At the meeting in New Delhi (Source: VNA)
New Delhi (VNA) – National Assembly Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan praised the Vietnamese embassy in India for its dedication to bilateral friendship and cooperation during a meeting with its staff in New Delhi on December 8.

She wished that the Vietnamese nationals would abide by law in the host country and continue to be an important bridge to foster friendship with India.

The Party, State and National Assembly provide all possible support for Vietnam’s representative diplomatic offices abroad to contribute to national construction and development, she said.

According to her, the Foreign Ministry recently held a conference to disseminate diplomatic guidelines of the 12th National Party Congress and outline plans for external activities in the coming years.

On the occasion, she asked the embassy to review the enforcement of the Law on Overseas Representative Missions and give feedback on amendments to the law to submit to the NA’s fourth meeting slated for October 2017.

The leader said the Vietnamese community should exert more efforts to teach Vietnamese language, especially for children of second and third generations in India.

Describing the embassy as a nucleus of Vietnamese teaching, the top legislator suggested reporting difficulties to the government to receive support.

Vietnamese Ambassador Ton Sinh Thanh, for his part, expressed his wish to further accelerate exchanges between the two peoples.-VNA