Vietnam Peace Committee and Nepal Peace and Solidarity Council: Strengthening Ties for a Brighter Future

Tran Dac Loi, Vice-Chairman of the Vietnam Peace Committee, hosted a reception and working session with the esteemed Rabindra Adhikari, Chairman of the Nepal Peace and Solidarity Council. The event took place in Hanoi on May 17 and marked a significant step forward in fostering international cooperation and peace.

On May 17, representatives of the Vietnam Peace Committee met with the Nepal Peace and Solidarity Council delegation in Hanoi. The meeting fostered a productive exchange of information and dialogue.

During the reception, Tran Dac Loi, Permanent Vice Chairman of the Vietnam Peace Committee, provided a comprehensive overview of the global and regional landscape. He highlighted Vietnam’s remarkable achievements in innovation, economic development, and poverty eradication. Mr. Loi also elaborated on the activities undertaken by the Vietnam Peace Committee, underscoring their commitment to fostering peace and solidarity.

Rabindra Adhikari, Chairman of the Nepal Peace and Solidarity Council, expressed his high regard for the Vietnam Peace Council’s active participation in and organization of the World Peace Council’s initiatives. Mr. Adhikari reaffirmed the Nepal Peace and Solidarity Council’s ongoing support for the Vietnamese people, especially in addressing the aftermath of Agent Orange.

Both parties agreed to maintain open lines of communication and continue their cooperation in future endeavors.

Vietnamese and Nepali businesses gathered for a meeting on May 17 in Hanoi, facilitated by the Vietnam Peace Committee and the Asia-Africa Department.

The event brought together representatives from a diverse range of industries, including export, shoe production, tea, stationery, souvenirs, and scented candles. Vietnamese businesses seized the opportunity to showcase their products and express their interest in establishing connections and collaborations with Nepali partners.

Vietnamese businesses introduce their sports shoes to Nepali partners, fostering potential collaboration and trade opportunities.

The meeting served as a platform for businesses from both countries to explore mutually beneficial partnerships and expand their reach in the respective markets.

Valerie Mai

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