State President of Vietnam receives newly-appointed ambassadors

The newly-appointed ambassadors of Uruguay, Norway, Canada and China presented their letters of credentials to Communist Party Secretary General cum President of Vietnam Nguyen Phu Trong at the Presidential Palace in capital of Hanoi on November 17.

Communist Party Secretary General cum President of Vietnam Nguyen Phu Trong

Communist Party Secretary General cum President of Vietnam Nguyen Phu Trong

Uruguayan Ambassador Portell Casanova Maria Del Rosario, Norwegian Ambassador Grete Lochen, Canadian Ambassador Deborah Anne Paul and Chinese Ambassador Xiong Bo respectively presented their credentials to the Vietnamese leader after they were appointed as ambassadors extraordinary and plenipotentiary in Vietnam. 

After the ceremony, the Party chief received the ambassadors.

Speaking at the meetings, Party chief, President Nguyen Phu Trong - on behalf of the State and Vietnamese people warmly welcomed the ambassadors with their new missions in Vietnam. 

On this occasion, leader Nguyen Phu Trong sent the best wishes to President of Uruguay, the King of Norway, Governor General of Canada and  Communist Party General Secretary and President of China.

Mr. Trong believed that the new ambassadors will affirm their missions with knowledge, competence, experience and sentiment extended to Vietnam adding that ambassadors will play important role as a bridge to promote friendship and bilateral cooperation ties between sides, bring practical benefits of Vietnamese people and the four nations, contribute to maintain regional and global peace, cooperation and development.

Vietnam will create favorable conditions for the ambassadors during their working term in the Southeast Asian country, added he.

At the same time,  Communist Party General Secretary and President Trong hoped that the country and people of Vietnam will show great impression and good sentiment to the ambassadors.


BY TRAN BINH- Translated by Huyen Huong

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