Vietnam – Hungary NA Offices Exchange Experience

Secretary General, Chairman of the Hungarian National Assembly Office Such Gyorgy visited Vietnam to promote cooperation between the two countries' NA offices

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Secretary General of the National Assembly and Chairman of the NA Office Bui Van Cuong (R) and his Hungarian counterpart Such Gyorgy. Photo: VNA

Secretary General of the National Assembly and Chairman of the NA Office Bui Van Cuong held talks with his Hungarian counterpart Such Gyorgy in Hanoi on November 1, VNA reported.

The Vietnamese official said the relations between their legislative bodies have become stronger and more practical, adding the two sides have supported, and closely and effectively coordinated with each other at multilateral parliamentary forums; and contributed many initiatives to regional and international parliamentary organizations.

Cuong expressed his hope that the two legislatures’ offices will continue to coordinate closely to serve the Vietnamese and Hungarian NAs to implement their cooperation agreement signed on June 27, 2022, in Budapest on the occasion of the official visit to Hungary by Vietnamese NA Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue.

He suggested Such Gyorgy consider signing a cooperation agreement to further share working experience and enhance cultural exchange between civil servants of the two NA offices.

The Hungarian official congratulated Vietnam on great achievements in reform and integration, and rapid economic growth, and spotlighted the crucial role played by the Vietnamese NA in the process.

The frequent exchange of experience between the two countries’ NAs is a key to the bilateral effective cooperation, Gyorgy said.

He spoke highly of the establishment of the Vietnam-Hungary Friendship Parliamentary Group, saying that the Hungarian NA is also accelerating the formation of a similar group in Hungary.

Agreeing with the Vietnamese official’s proposals, the guest said the signing of a such a cooperation agreement between the two NAs will contribute to effectively implementing the agreement signed in the framework of the Vietnamese top legislator’s recent visit to Hungary.

Vietnam - Hungary NA Offices Exchange Experience
At the talks. Photo: quochoi.vn

NA Vice Chairman Nguyen Duc Hai also had a meeting with Such Gyorgy and Hungarian delegation visiting Vietnam, during which Hai shared his impressions of Hungary’s history, culture and natural landscape; remembering the memory of coming to work and attend a seminar on tax policy at the Hungarian Parliament House that the Vietnamese side learned from the experience of applying e-invoices in tax administration with great success so far.

Gyorgy appreciates the opportunity to directly work with Vietnamese legislators and agencies advising the National Assembly to exchange and share working experiences; affirming that regular exchange of information and sharing of experiences is the key to promoting cooperation, and at the same time contributes to concretizing the cooperation agreement signed by the two NA Chairs recently.

The two NA secretaries are making efforts to build and soon sign a new cooperation agreement between the two Offices. He affirmed that he would constantly promote the cooperation between the two NA Offices in depth and regularly; looking forward to welcoming the delegations of the Office of the NA of Vietnam to Hungary as soon as possible.

Vietnam - Hungary NA Offices Exchange Experience
Hungarian delegates visit Thang Long Imperial Palace.
Vietnam - Hungary NA Offices Exchange Experience
Secretary General, Chairman of the Hungarian National Assembly Office Such Gyorgy visits the Vietnam National Museum of Culture. During the tour, he was interested in musical instruments, writing, and costumes of ethnic groups in Vietnam and Southeast Asia.
Vietnam - Hungary NA Offices Exchange Experience
Secretary General, Chairman of the Hungarian National Assembly Office Such Gyorgy and his wife were presented with a photo book about the Temple of Literature – Quoc Tu Giam.
Hannah Nguyen