Thursday, November 3, 2016

Military political deputy chief receives Chinese officers

PANO – Major General Le Hien Van, Deputy Director of the General Department of Politics (GDP) of the Vietnam People’s Army, on November 2 hosted a reception at the headquarters of the Ministry of National Defense for the visiting young officer delegations of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) and the Border Guard Management Department under the Chinese Ministry of Public Security.
Receiving young officers of the PLA, led by Colonel Ding Luochao, Head of the Asian Affairs Department under the Office for International Military Cooperation of the Central Military Commission of China, Major General Le Hien Van noted that youths in the army, including young officers, are the main force and the future of each army.
Major General Le Hien Van receiving Colonel Ding Luochao
Gen. Van said that enhancing exchanges of young officers of the two armies and youths of the two nations is a good way to help concretize the two nations’ leaders’ commitments to boosting the Vietnam-China friendship.
He added that through young officers’ exchanges, youths in the two armies would further understand the traditional ties between the two Parties, States, and armies and heighten their responsibilities for preserving and fostering the comprehensive strategic partnership between the two countries.
At the reception for the delegation of the Border Guard Management Department, led by its Political Commissar, Major General Mou Yuchang, Gen. Van spoke highly of the active coordination between the two countries’ border forces in maintaining security and order along border areas of the two countries, creating favorable conditions for people living along the borderline to improve their living standards, boost mutual understanding and friendly exchanges, contributing to the socio-economic development of border localities of the two countries.
The guests thanked the host for the warm welcome. Representatives from the two delegations underscored that exchanges of units of the two armies and public security forces open up more opportunities for the two countries’ young officers in particular and armed forces in general to share working experiences and improve mutual understanding so as to promote cooperation ties in different fields.
On behalf of the young officers of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army, Colonel Ding Louchao emphasized that the two armies’ leaders’ care for young generations, including young officers, is a great motive for them to continue striving for and inheriting the fruitful friendship built and fostered by the two Parties, States, armies and peoples, for the revolutionary cause of each country and for peace and stability in the region and the world as a whole.
Translated by Mai Huong


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