A delegation of young officers from the Vietnam People’s Army have exchange with their Chinese peers in Beijing from May 27 to June 2. (Photo: qdnd.vn)

Hanoi (VNA) – A delegation of young officers from the Vietnam People’s Army, led by Head of the Military Youth Committee of the General Department of Politics Dinh Quoc Hung, met with their Chinese peers in Beijing from May 27 to June 2.

The Quan doi Nhan dan (People’s Army) newspaper of the Vietnam People’s Army reported that the Vietnamese delegation was welcomed by Chen Pei Ling, deputy head of the Asian department under the Chinese Central Military Commission’s Office for International Military Cooperation, on May 28.

Chen expressed his belief that the delegation’s visit will help consolidate the sound friendship between the two armies.

Exchanges between young officers are significant to promoting bilateral ties, he said, noting that though the two armies have enjoyed fruitful cooperation, both sides need to hold more exchanges to enhance ties.

Hung, for his part, said the exchange is a regular activity between the two armies, serving to enhance the Vietnam-China traditional friendship and comprehensive strategic cooperative partnership.

During their stay, the delegation visited the 3rd Guard Division in Beijing and the Chinese military museum.-VNA