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Assembly delegation visits Vietnam

Assembly delegation visits Vietnam

Prince Ranariddh, President of the National Assembly, led a parliamentary

delegation to Vietnam May 24 at the invitation of Vietnamese parliamentary

leaders, the first time that a delegation of the new National Assembly has

visited Vietnam. Prior to his departure, the Prince told reporters that his

visit was to help "strengthen the cooperation of our two countries, and to let

us discuss issues incuding the maritime problem."

He added that he would

also be discussing imigration issues with President Tran Duc Luong, and Prime

Minister Phan Van Khai.

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