Vietnam and China Young Coast Guard Officers Gather for Exchange Program in Hanoi

On August 22, Hanoi will launch a program dedicated to protecting the marine environment, under the unifying theme of "Protecting the marine environment together".

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The Vietnam Coast Guard (VCG) and the China Coast Guard (CCG) will be participating in an exchange program for young officers from August 22-24. The goal of this program is to strengthen and develop the good relations between the two forces.

Hanoi Hosts Vietnam - China Young Coast Guard Officers Exchange Program
During the exchange program, the young officers will participate in various activities, including visits to the President Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, courtesy calls to leaders of the General Department of Politics of the Vietnam People’s Army, and a tour of Hanoi (Photo: VNA).

Major General Tran Van Xuan, Deputy Political Commissar and Head of the Department of Politics of VCG, emphasized the successful cooperation between the coast guards of Vietnam and China in implementing practical and effective activities over the years. This exchange program will further build trust and contribute to maintaining security, order, safety, and law observance in the territorial waters between the two countries.

Hanoi Hosts Vietnam - China Young Coast Guard Officers Exchange Program
The VCG delegation warmly welcomed the CCG delegation to Vietnam on August 21 (Photo: QDND).

Colonel Gan Yu, Head of the CCG delegation, expressed confidence that this program will facilitate mutual understanding and learning between the officers and contribute to maintaining peace at sea in the region.

Hanoi Hosts Vietnam - China Young Coast Guard Officers Exchange Program
Colonel Bui Dai Hai, Vice Director of Politics of the Vietnam Coast Guard, and Colonel Cam Vu, Vice Director of Politics of the China Coast Guard, had a welcoming meeting in Vietnam on August 21 (Photo: QDND).

The exchange program, with the theme “Together to protect the marine environment,” will include visits to President Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum, a tour of Hanoi, and various activities related to marine environmental protection in Lap Le fishing village. The program will culminate in a gala night with special performances and an eloquence contest, highlighting the importance of law enforcement at sea in Vietnam-China bilateral cooperation.

Zoey Nguyễn