Parliaments of Vietnam, Romania should increase exchanges: official hinh anh 1National Assembly Vice Chairman Uong Chu Luu (R) and Daniel Barbulescu, who leads the Romanian delegation on October 6 (Photo: VNA)

Hanoi (VNA) – National Assembly Vice Chairman Uong Chu Luu met with a delegation of the Committee for Legal Matters, Discipline and Immunities of Romania’s Chamber of Deputies on October 6, suggesting the two parliaments increase delegation exchanges to enhance ties.

He said that Vietnam attaches importance to promoting cooperation and friendship with Romania and that it appreciates Romania’s assistance during the past struggle for national independence and the current national development.

Vietnam is delighted at the European nation’s attainments in reforms and socio-economic development, he noted.

He said the two parliaments should step up coordination and mutual support at multilateral parliamentary forums so as to help foster the countries’ amity and substantive cooperation.

Luu also spoke highly of the outcomes of the visiting delegation’s talks and working sessions with the Vietnamese parliament’s committees for legal and judicial affairs and the board of deputy-related works. Those agencies should enhance collaboration and experience sharing in law making and enforcement.

At the meeting, Daniel Barbulescu, a parliamentarian of the Social Democratic Party, valued Vietnam’s socio-economic achievements and informed his host about the outcomes of his delegation’s talks and working sessions with the Vietnamese side.

He pledged that the agencies will have more practical activities to help strengthen bilateral relations in all domains, especially in law making and enforcement.-VNA