Russian President Putin extends New Year greetings to Viet Nam
|Russian President Vladimir Putin. (Photo: AFP)|
Russian President Vladimir Putin on December 30 extended his greetings to General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam Central Committee and President Nguyen Phu Trong on the occasion of the New Year 2021 and Viet Nam’s coming Tet (Lunar New Year) holiday.
In his message, Putin noted the importance of maintaining the positive dynamics of Russian-Vietnamese ties in various areas despite the difficulties arising from the coronavirus pandemic, according to Kremlin’s official website.
He expressed confidence that through joint efforts of Russia and Viet Nam, it would be possible to ensure the further build-up of the comprehensive strategic partnership, which fully meets the interests of the two countries’ friendly peoples and is in line with strengthening peace, security and stability in the Asia-Pacific region.
The same day, the Russian President also sent his New Year greetings to heads of state and government of many other countries worldwide, as well as executives of international organisations.
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