Top Vietnamese legislator arrived in Beijing on April 7 afternoon, beginning a six-day official visit to China. This is the first visit to China by Hue in his capacity as Chairman of the National Assembly, and also the first visit to China by a Chairman of the National Assembly of Vietnam in five years.

General Secretary and President of China Xi Jinping speaks at the  meeting with the top Vietnamese legislator

NA Chairman Hue’s visit is expected to add fresh impetus to the development of both nations’ relationship

The NA leader’s visit to China is taking place amid the two countries’ celebration of the 73rd anniversary of their diplomatic relations and 15 years of bilateral comprehensive strategic cooperative partnership in 2023.

The visit is made after both Vietnam and China issued a joint statement on continuing to deepen and elevate the comprehensive strategic cooperative partnership to build a Vietnam-China community with a shared future.

The visit is of great significance for maintaining high-level contacts, and concretising the common perception between both nations’ Party and State leaders.

During his stay,  NA Chairman Hue is scheduled to have a host of meetings and talks with key Chinese State and Party leaders and those from some Chinese localities.