Vietnam, Laos boost cooperation in inspection work hinh anh 1At the signing ceremony (Source: VNA)​

Vientiane (VNA) – The inspection agencies of the Vietnamese and Laos Governments have signed a new Memorandum of Understanding to bolster their cooperation in the future, which is considered a new development stage between the two bodies. 

The signing took place during the November 24-28 visit to Laos by a delegation of the Government Inspectorate of Vietnam, led by Inspector General Phan Van Sau, at the invitation of Lao Deputy Prime Minister Bounthong Chithmany who is also Inspector General of the Government Inspectorate of Laos.

During the stay, the delegation had meetings with Lao delegation from the Government Inspectorate of Laos led by Bounthong Chithmany.

The two sides updated each other of the respective countries’ socio-economic development, shared their experience in inspection, petition settlement, anti-corruption, and discussed development orientations in the coming time.

The two sides spoke highly of the cooperation and experience sharing between the two nations over the past years, and affirmed to continue enhancing comprehensive cooperation in inspection work.

The two sides pledged to do their utmost to make their partnership deeper, more practical and effective, contributing to promoting the traditional friendship between the two nations in general and the two agencies in particular.

The delegation also met with Lao Prime Minister Thongloun Sisoulith and visited the Committee of Inspection of Luang Prabang province to share experience in inspection work at local level./.