Vietnam works to enhance youth exchanges with India hinh anh 1Delegates of the HCM CYU Central Committee pose together with Indian students in Agra city (Photo: VNA)
New Delhi (VNA) – A delegation of the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union Central Committee is attending an exchange programme with Indian youths, which is underway in India until September 15.

The event is part of the cooperation between the HCM CYU Central Committee and the Indian Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports. 

The delegates previously had sightseeing trips to famous destinations and museums in New Delhi, the Indian Institute of Technology, and joined a working session with staff of the country’s Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports. 

It also worked with various local universities to explore youth campaigns and youth development of the country.

Speaking to the delegation on September 10, Vietnamese Ambassador to India Ton Sinh Thanh stressed that Vietnam and India are important partners to each other, as the two nations share various similarities, mutual benefits and challenges.

Youth exchanges offer opportunities to promote Vietnam’s images to international friends, he noted, calling for efforts of Vietnamese youths in contributing to the Vietnam-India ties

Representative of the delegation Tran Minh Huyen voiced her hope that the embassy will continue supporting Vietnamese students studying in India, and affirmed the HCM CYU Central Committee will closely cooperate with the embassy to foster youth exchanges between the nations.

During the visit, the delegation is scheduled to meet with staff of India’s national institute for volunteering and join activities in Agra city in Uttar Pradesh state, Bhubaneswar city in Odisha state and Kolkata city in West Bengal state.-VNA