Exhibition marks 60th anniversary of President Kim II-Sung's visit to Vietnam

Thursday, 2018-12-27 10:47:11
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NDO - A photo exhibition entitled "Vietnam- the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) friendship" was launched at the Ho Chi Minh Museum in Hanoi on December 26 to mark the 60th anniversary of DPRK President Kim II-Sung's visit to Vietnam.

The event, which was jointly held by the Ho Chi Minh Museum and the DPRK Embassy in Vietnam, is also an activity to celebrate the 69th anniversary of the Vietnam-DPRK diplomatic ties.

The exhibition showcases nearly 80 photographs featuring important milestones in the Vietnam-DPRK diplomatic relations, which were established by President Ho Chi Minh and President Kim Il-Sung and nurtured by generations of leaders and peoples of both countries.

The exhibition focuses on three topics, with the first topic on the diplomatic visits by President Ho Chi Minh and President Kim Il-Sung in 1957, 1958 and 1964.

The second topic features the diplomatic relations and milestones in the bilateral relationship since the establishment of the diplomatic ties in 1950.Meanwhile, the third topic introduces images about the DPRK and its achievements in present times.

Addressing the event, DPRK Ambassador to Vietnam Kim Myong Gil said that the exhibition is animportant political and cultural activity to review milestones on the bilateral relations between the two countries, contributing to consolidating the friendship and mutual understanding between the two peoples.

Vietnamese Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Pham Quang Vinh also spoke highly of the exhibition,while expressing his wish for strengthened bilateral relations in all areas.

The event will run until January 1, 2019.