Uzbek acting Foreign Minister receives the newly appointed Ambassador of Vietnam

On 9 June, Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Uzbekistan Vladimir Norov received the letter of credentials of the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam Dang Minh Khoi at a ceremony in the capital city of Tashkent.
Uzbek acting Foreign Minister receives the newly appointed Ambassador of Vietnam
Uzbekistan's acting Minister of Foreign Affairs Vladimir I. Norov receives the newly appointed Ambassador of Vietnam (Source: UZ Daily).

Acting Foreign Minister Norov congratulated him on his appointment, wishing him successful work in a high and responsible position. He highlighted the long-standing friendly ties between the two countries, reflecting the fact that thousands of Vietnamese students had studied in Uzbekistan and the first President of Uzbekistan, Islam Karimov, visited Vietnam in 1996, laying the foundation for their close relations.

For his part, Khoi said that it was an honour for him to be appointed as the Vietnamese Ambassador to Uzbekistan. He pledged to make every effort to further promote the relationship between the two countries to a new height.

During the conversation, topical issues of the development of Uzbek-Vietnamese relations were considered. The readiness of the parties to further intensify ties in the political, trade and investment, cultural and humanitarian spheres was confirmed.

The parties noted the friendly and confidential nature of the meeting and expressed confidence that, through joint efforts, interaction will continue to develop for the benefit of the people of the two countries.

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