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Xi's Vietnam visit to join hands for better tomorrow

( Updated: 2015-11-07 17:39

General Secretary of the CPC Central Committee, Chinese President Xi Jinping paid a two-day state visit to Vietnam on November 5-6, and received an extraordinary welcome, which is a response from Hanoi for Beijing's high-profile diplomatic courtesies for General Secretary of Vietnam Communist Party (VCP) Nguyen Phu Trong's visit to China last April.

China and Vietnam have the same cultural origins, and both hosted state ceremonies. From the positive imagery of diplomatic courtesies, China-Vietnamese relations are developing in a good manner.

When Xi arrived in Hanoi, the Vietnamese Communist central organ newspaper The People published Xi's personally written article, which is a first in the history of Sino-Vietnamese relations. Beijing attaches great importance to consolidating China-Vietnamese relations.

Xi's article entitled, Join Hands for a Better Tomorrow is a brief description of the traditions of China- Vietnamese relations and its current situation.

His Hanoi visit lasted for 26 hours, but rich with activities, including a welcome ceremony, official talks between two top leaders of the two Parties.

He witnessed the two sides signing cooperation agreements, attended a welcome dinner, met youth representatives and friendly people, met other Vietnam senior leaders, visited Ho Chi Minh mausoleum, and delivered a speech at the Congress. All activities reflect Xi's efficient and pragmatic diplomatic style.

X's meetings with the VCP chief Nguyen Phu Trong and Vietnam President Truong Tan Sang are the highlight of his visit, and his last speech in Vietnam was "the grand finale."

The summit and lectures, as well as the China-Vietnam Joint Statement outlined how both sides have agreed to uphold "long-term stability, facing the future, good neighborliness, good friends, good comrades and good partners", promote sustainable, healthy and stable development of the comprehensive strategic cooperative partnership.

Vietnam's official mainstream media described the talks as "sincere and friendly". They exchanged views on deepening relations to address common concerns of international and regional issues. They reached an important consensus.

Both sides agreed that Xi's visit was a success, making vital contributions to a traditional friendship and deepening all-round strategic cooperation, promoting regional and world peace, stability and development.

Both countries are pleased with the historic achievements in the Socialist construction in line with their national conditions.

They seek to strengthen exchanges and learn from each other, promote the reform and opening up in Beijing and Hanoi innovative development and inject new vitality into their respective Socialist construction causes.

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