Top leaders welcome Australian Governor General
Vice State President Nguyen Thi Doan made the suggestion in Hanoi on July 19 while meeting with a delegation from the Australia-Viet Nam Friendship Association (AVNFA) led by its President Paul Noak.
The two countries would continue to cooperate in other fields such as trade, investment and science and technology, aiming to contribute to promote their common development, the State leader said.
Doan thanked the Australian people for their enthusiastic assistance to Vietnamese people during the anti-American resistance war.
She said that relations between Viet Nam and Australia were brought to a new height while the cooperative ties between the two countries in the fields of economics, politics, culture and education were more highly developed.
On his part, Paul Noak affirmed that he would exert his utmost to promote friendly relations between the two countries’ people, pledging to organise more activities to raise funds for Vietnamese AO victims.
He said that AVNFA will soon hold its Congress and continue to strengthen the Association’s operational structure./.