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Putin arrives in Vietnam on his second state visit stop

Both nations will sign agreements on the commercial, scientific, technological and humanitarian levels.

The President of Russia, Vladimir Putin, arrived in Vietnam this Wednesday on a state visit that will last until June 20.

Upon disembarking from the plane, the Russian president was received with a red carpet and the guard of honor. After a brief conversation with senior Vietnamese officials, Putin departed the airport in his presidential Aurus.

The Russian president arrived in Hanoi from the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, where he was on a state visit between June 18 and 19.

As part of the visit, the Russian president will meet with his counterpart To Lam; the general secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam, Nguyen Phu Trong; Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh; and the president of the National Assembly, Tran Thanh Man.

During the meetings “it is planned to address the state and prospects for further development of the comprehensive strategic partnership between Russia and Vietnam in the commercial, economic, scientific, technological and humanitarian spheres, as well as to exchange views on current issues on the agenda.” international and regional,” the Kremlin said.

Putin welcomes Vietnam's moderate stance on Ukraine

Russia and Vietnam have close positions on the situation in the Asia-Pacific region, and advocate the construction of a new Eurasian security architecture, indicated Russian President Vladimir Putin, in his article published in the Vietnamese newspaper Nhan Dan, on the occasion of the state visit of the Russian president.

The Russian head of state expressed his appreciation that both countries “have a similar or close approach to urgent and important issues on the international agenda.”

“We have similar assessments of the situation in the Asia-Pacific region. We consider that Vietnam shares the same opinion on building a new Eurasian security architecture that is egalitarian, not divided, inclusive and non-discriminatory,” she specified.

Putin also mentioned Hanoi's attitude towards the conflict in which his country is involved on the European continent.

“We thank Vietnamese friends for showing a balanced stance on the crisis in Ukraine, and wish to promote the search for practical ways to resolve the crisis through peaceful means,” he wrote.


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