Vietnamese, Chinese youths foster exchanges

Youths in Vietnam’s northern border province of Ha Giang held talks with their peers from Wenshan prefecture in China’s Yunnan province on October 10, agreeing to work together to realise common perceptions reached by the two countries’ leaders.

The talks form part of an exchange programme between young people from Ha Giang and Wenshan from October 10-11.

During the meeting, the two sides committed to sharing information and experience in youth volunteer campaigns, while educating young people about the traditional friendship between Vietnam and China.

They agreed to organise the annual exchange programme alternately from 2017.

Vu Manh Ha, Secretary of the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union’s Ha Giang chapter, said that the talks will contribute to consolidating the trust of the two Parties and States in young generations of both sides.

The Vietnamese side introduced their youth union work, including youth volunteer movements, saying they hope that young entrepreneurs of Wenshan prefecture will share their experience in start-ups with their Ha Giang peers.

Ha’s views were shared by Guo Min, Secretary of China’s Communist Youth League in Wenshan prefecture.

Within the framework of the programme, Vietnamese and Chinese young people engaged in an art exchange and environmental protection activities.

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