Foreign Affairs

Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un Sends Greetings to General Secretary of C.C., CPV

Kim Jong Un, chairman of the Workers’ Party of Korea and chairman of the State Affairs Commission of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, sent a message of greeting to Nguyen Phu Trong, general secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Vietnam and president of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, on January 31.

Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un in his message extended his hearty congratulations and warm comradely greetings to the general secretary and the friendly party, government and people of Vietnam on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic ties between the DPRK and the Socialist Republic of Vietnam.

It noted:

The friendly relations between the two countries personally provided by Comrade Kim Il Sung, the great leader of the Korean people, and Comrade Ho Chi Minh, the respected leader of the Vietnamese people, have been steadily developed in the joint struggle for the socialist cause for the past 70 years.

The message expressed the belief that the traditional friendly and cooperative relations between the two parties and two countries would continue to develop in depth in the spirit of the agreement reached at the significant meeting and talks with the general secretary in last March.

It sincerely hoped that the friendly Vietnamese people would make new progress in the struggle for the building of powerful and prosperous Vietnam under the Communist Party of Vietnam led by the general secretary.

It heartily wished the general secretary good health and greater success in his responsible work for leading the party and state.

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