Vietnam, China to build hotline between senior leaders

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In an effort to improve bilateral cooperation, a hotline linking high-ranking leaders of Vietnam and China will be established, the Vietnamese Ministry of Foreign Affairs said Friday.


The ministry added that leaders from both countries will plan to offer joint trainings for officials and organize activities for the Vietnam China Friendship Year 2010.


The solutions were agreed at a four-day meeting in China began on June 29th and was co-chaired by Vietnamese Deputy Prime Minister Pham Gia Khiem, and Chinese State Councilor Dai Bingguo.


During the trip, Khiem also met with China's Vice President Xi Jinping and other officials, and visited several cultural and economic organizations in Beijing and Tianjin.

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