Lam briefed the embassy’s staff on the political and socio-economic situation in the home country, especially its efforts in crime prevention.
|Minister of Public Security Sr. Lt. Gen. To Lam (R) and Vietnamese Ambassador to Kazakhstan Doan Thi Xuan Hien|
He also informed them about the outcomes of earlier talks between the Vietnamese Ministry of Public Security and the National Security Committee of Kazakhstan, saying that both sides shared experience in fighting crimes and vowed to work closely together to not allow any individual and organization to take advantage of one country’s land to sabotage the other, ensure security and safety of diplomatic representative agencies as well as trade, investment, labor and tourism activities.
The minister wished that each embassy official and staff member will strive to fulfill assigned tasks and serve as a bridge to foster the traditional friendship between the two countries.
Vietnamese Ambassador to Kazakhstan Doan Thi Xuan Hien said the embassy actively launched celebrations for the 25th founding anniversary of diplomatic ties between Vietnam and Kazakhstan last year.
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