Vietnam’s 75th National Day observed in Hungary hinh anh 1At the celebration in Hungary for the 75th anniversary of the National Day (September 2)(Photo: VNA)

Hanoi (VNA) - The Vietnamese Embassy in Hungary on September 25 held a reception to celebrate 75th anniversary of the National Day (September 2).

The event was attended by representatives from the Hungarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, foreign embassies in Hungary, the Hungary-Vietnam Friendship Association, and Hungarian friends, and Vietnamese people in the host nation.

Reviewing the nation’s history and achievements in socio-economy and foreign affairs in the past 75 years, Vietnamese Ambassador Nguyen Tien Thuc said Vietnam has won the international community’s trust and support.

He went on by highlighting the Vietnam-Hungary comprehensive partnership, and affirmed although the COVID-19 pandemic has affected activities to mark the 70th anniversary of diplomatic relations between the two countries, both sides have enjoyed sound ties in the past seven decades.

Vietnam always treasures the Hungarian government and people’s support for the nation during its struggle for independence as well as national construction and development, he said, adding both sides will enhance cooperative relations in all sectors, as well as work to elevate the ties to a new height through working visits of high-level leaders, ministries, sectors and localities.

Meanwhile, Gyula Nagy, a representative from the Hungary-Vietnam Friendship Association, said the Hungarian government and people always support and have special attention to the relations with Vietnam.

He spoke highly of Vietnam’s achievements in the national building and international integration in recent years, and expressed his delight over the tight bilateral relations in the past time./.