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November 15, 2018

Vice President U Henry Van Thio visits Ho Chi Minh Museum

Vice President U Henry Van Thio being seen off by official at Noi Bai International Airport. Photo: MNA
Vice President U Henry Van Thio being seen off by official at Noi Bai International Airport. Photo: MNA

Vice President U Henry Van Thio visited the residence of Viet Nam’s national leader Ho Chi Minh and the Ho Chi Minh Museum in Hanoi yesterday morning.
Accompanied by Union Minister U Kyaw Win, Myanmar Ambassador to Viet Nam U Kyaw Soe Win and other departmental personnel, U Henry Van Thio arrived at the residence and viewed his work room, library, bedroom, personal items and books. The officials then took the Vice President and his delegation around the residence.
Later, the Vice President signed the visitor’s book.
At the Ho Chi Minh Museum, the Vice President viewed the statue of Ho Chi Minh, booths displaying traditions and lifestyles of the Vietnamese people and historical items of Viet Nam. The officials explained the salient points to the visitors.
Later, the Vice President met with Ambassador U Kyaw Soe Win, Military Attaché Col Aung Kyaw Oo, staff and families of the Myanmar Embassy and the Military Attaché’s office at the Embassy, and explained about the prevailing economic, social and political situations. The Vice President then gave them gifts. Next, the Vice President and his delegation enjoyed a luncheon hosted by the Embassy families. They left Viet Nam for Yangon in the evening and were seen off at Noi Bal International Airport by a Vietnamese Ministerof Information and Communications, Mr Truong Minh Tuan Ambassador U Kyaw Soe Win, Military Attaché Col Aung Kyaw Oo, and staff of the Myanmar Embassy and the Military Attaché’s office.
They arrived in Yangon in the late evening and were welcomed by Yangon Region Chief Minister U Phyo Min Thein, the regional cabinet members and other officials at the Yangon International Airport. — Myanmar News Agency

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