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Russian-Vietnamese Forum opens in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City

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Russian-Vietnamese Forum opens in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City


23.07.2019

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Young volunteers, journalists, students and specialists in the history and culture of the Asian region will take part in Russian-Vietnamese forum, which is held in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City on July 23-29. The forum is included in the program of the Cross Year of Russia and Vietnam, Rosmolodezh website reports. 

The forum was organized by the AIS Youth of Russia. The main goal is to enhance the relationship between the two countries in the youth field. Delegates will discuss ways to expand cooperation between Russia and Vietnam and outline areas for joint activities. Events will be held in Russian and Vietnamese. 

The representatives of Russian women delegation also became participants in the Russian-Vietnamese Women of Russia and Vietnam: Joining Efforts to Achieve Goals of Sustainable Development forum, which was held on the eve of Russian-Vietnamese forum. 

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