At the reception, Gen. Quyet highlighted the significance of the Lao delegation’s visit to Vietnam since it took place right after the fresh successful conclusion of the Vietnamese Defense Minister’s official visit to Laos.

Lt. Gen. Trinh Van Quyet (R) hosts Maj. Gen. Sivay Mayphone.

The Vietnamese general emphasized that the visit helped realize the common perception between the two defense ministers and deepen the special solidarity between Vietnam and Laos.

Noting that this special solidarity is always vital for both peoples, General Quyet confirmed that senior leaders of the two countries treasure and pay due attention to preserving and consolidating this relationship in any circumstances.

Lt. Gen. Trinh Van Quyet presents a souvenir to the Lao general.

Regarding the relations between the military procuracy and court sectors of Vietnam and Laos, the GDP deputy chief stressed that the Central Military Commission, Ministry of National Defense and GDP of Vietnam always support and create all favorable conditions for them to enhance cooperation, especially in personnel building, expertise and experience exchange, importantly contributing to building a law-governed state and a standardized, elite, and gradually-modernized military in each country.

The host and guest in a joint photo

Sending thanks to the host for the reception, Major General Sivay Mayphone said that his delegation’s visit is part of the practical activities of the Vietnam - Laos, Laos - Vietnam Friendship and Solidarity Year 2022 and in celebration of the 60th anniversary of the two countries’ diplomatic relations (September 5, 1962 - 2022), and the 45 years of the signing of the Vietnam - Laos’ Treaty of Amity and Cooperation (July 18, 1977 - 2022).

The Lao general informed General Quyet of his delegation’s activities in Vietnam and the outcomes of the delegation’s working sessions with Vietnam’s Central Military Procuracy and Central Military Court.

The Lao guest underlined that during the working sessions, the Lao delegation acquired precious experience in organization and leadership work to apply to the real work in Laos.

Translated by Mai Huong