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PM Dung’s first activities in Russia

 VietNamNet Bridge – Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung and his entourage arrived in Moscow on May 12 for an official four-day visit to Russia at the invitation of Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.

VietNamNet Bridge – Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung and his entourage arrived in Moscow on May 12 for an official four-day visit to Russia at the invitation of Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.


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Immediately after the welcome reception, PM Dung and his delegation laid wreaths at the monument in President Ho Chi Minh Square near Moscow.

At a gathering of representatives from the Vietnamese community in Russia, PM Dung praised INCENTRA Group’s huge investment in building the Hanoi-Moscow Centre for Culture and Trade Hotel, which will serve as a destination for Vietnamese community cultural and business activities in Russia.

Vietnamese ambassador to Russia, Pham Xuan Son, briefed Dung on the overseas Vietnamese (OV) living in the country and the children’s academic achievements, while thanking the Party and State for their attention to the OV community.

 

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Do Xuan Hoang, member of the Vietnam Fatherland Front (VFF) Committee cum Chairman of the Vietnamese Association in Russia, also told the Government leader about the efforts and activities of Vietnamese nationals to encourage OV integration into their country of residence.

The Vietnamese State should pay more attention to Vietnamese investment in Russia and provide full and accurate information about OV activities to help people in the home country understand their contributions, Hoang said.

Mr. Dung affirmed that the Party and State have maintained a consistent policy regarding the Vietnamese community abroad as an indispensable part of the nation and called upon them to do  as much as possible to contribute to the homeland as well as their resident country.

 

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President of the Bank for Investment and Development of Vietnam (BIDV), Tran Bac Ha, and President of the INCENTRA Group, Nguyen Canh Son, briefed the PM on the construction of the centre project and assured him it would be completed on schedule.

On the occasion, INCENTRA and BIDV representatives also signed a cooperation agreement and a business contract with the Vietnamese Minton and Tue Linh groups in Russia.

Source: VOV

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