Vietnam and Tanzania Strengthen Traditional Friendship and Communication Cooperation

A visit to Tanzania by a delegation from the Steering Committee for External Information Service, led by its permanent Deputy head Le Hai Binh, has received great appreciation from the Tanzanian side.

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Vietnam, Tanzania Steps up Traditional Friendship, Communications Cooperation
During his visit to Tanzania from November 12-14, Binh, who is also Vice Chairman of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) Central Committee’s Commission for Information and Education, held talks with Secretary-General of the Party of the Revolution of Tanzania, Daniel Chongolo, and met with representatives of its commissions, as well as leaders of the Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority (TCRA).

During these working sessions, Binh updated the hosts on the role of the Steering Committee for External Information Service, as well as Vietnam’s socio-economic achievements in recent times, especially in the field of information and communications.

Binh emphasized that Vietnam values and aims to promote the friendship and traditional relationship between the two Parties, and suggested that Tanzanian Party and Government leaders strengthen close ties with their Vietnamese counterparts.

The Tanzanian officials also expressed their hope that the two Parties and States will further enhance the traditional friendship, maintain high-ranking delegation exchanges, and strengthen cooperation in various fields, including information and communications.

Binh presented a book on theoretical and practical issues regarding socialism and the path to socialism in Vietnam, written by Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong, and another book on the sentiments of people around the world towards President Ho Chi Minh to Chongolo.

On this occasion, Binh and his delegation also visited Halotel, a telecommunications joint venture invested by Viettel Military Industry and Telecoms in Tanzania.

Vietnam, Tanzania Steps up Traditional Friendship, Communications Cooperation
The Steering Committee for External Information Service delegation visited Halotel, a telecommunications joint venture invested by Viettel Military Industry and Telecoms in Tanzania.

It was reported that Halotel has reached more than 8 million subscribers and made significant contributions to the host country, creating jobs for thousands of laborers, and providing coverage to remote areas in Tanzania.

Rosy Huong