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Vice President backs Sudan’s peace efforts

Vice State President Nguyen Thi Doan on August 6 reiterated Vietnam’s stand to respect nations’ right to self-determination, saying Sudan’s fate must be decided by its people.

Hanoi (VNA)- Doan made the statement during her meeting with Sudanese Minister of Economics and Finance Award Ahmed Eljjar, who is on a visit to Vietnam.

She highly valued the African country’s efforts to seek political and peaceful solutions to the Darfur crisis in an effort to prevent a war.

“Vietnam strongly supports Sudan's efforts to work for peace and democracy,” emphasised the Vice State President.

In regard to bilateral relations, Doan recognised progress made in economic cooperation, especially in agriculture, trade and petroleum.

“However, trade revenues between the two countries remain modest and far from meeting the two country’s potential,” she concluded.

For his part, Minister Award Ahmed Eljjar made a lot of thanks to the Vietnamese Government for its unswerving support in all fields, calling Vietnam a traditional friend.

Eljjar said “The Sudanese people always look for peace to build and develop their country and look forwards to receiving support from the international community, including Vietnam”./.

 

 
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