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On the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the Vietnam-China Diplomatic Relationship Foundation Day and Vietnam-China Friendship Year 2010, The Chinese National Tourism Administration (CNTA) and Embassy of China in Vietnam in coordination with the Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism, Vietnam on August the 9th, 2010 held a meeting to launch programs: "Vietnam-China Friendship Year, Cooperating for Tourism Development", and "China Tourism Night".
Vietnamese senior participants contain H.E. Hoang Tuan Anh, Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism (MOCST), Mr. Nguyen Van Tuan, Director General of the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT), Mr. Nguyen Manh Cuong, Deputy Director General of VNAT, some representatives from administrative divisions of MOCST, VNAT and some authorized departments. Chinese participants are Mr. Sun Guoxiang, Ambassador of China in Vietnam, Mr. Director General of CNTA, leaders from Departments of Tourism of Guangdong, Yunnan, Choang Ethnic group's self-governing region (Guangxi), and many other Vietnamese and Chinese travel companies.
Speaking at the meeting, Mr. Zhang Xilong - Deputy Director General of Department of International Cooperation (CNTA) claimed that the program is a good chance for Vietnamese travel companies to be updated all the activities and tourism potentialities in China. Delegates from China's Departments of Tourism also introduced uniqueness features on tourism in their regions.
Director General of CNTA expressed his wishes to boost the two countries' tourism cooperation to attract more visitors in the coming time. He highly spoke about Vienam on the occasion Thang Long Royal Citadel was recognized as a World Heritage site by the UNESSCO.
H.E. Hoang Tuan Anh informed the Director General of CNTA optimistic results of the meeting. The two countries finally signed a Tourism Cooperation Agreement for the 2010-2013 time periods. The Minister reckoned China has always been Vietnam's aiming tourism market. In the first 7 months of 2010, Vietnam welcomed more than 500.000 Chinese tourist arrivals, increased 95% in comparison with the same period last year. In 2010, Vietnam tends to attract about 1 million Chinese visitors, and the total number of the two countries' visitors may be 3 million in the term 2011-2012.
Ambassador Sun Guoxiang showed his gratefulness to the Vietnamese Minister and other authorized officials for the hospitable welcoming preparation. According to the Ambassador, tightening tourism cooperation between the two countries not only can meet the increasing cultural and material demand but also promote the two countries' mutual understanding and friendship. Mr. Sun appreciated the tourism cooperation and cultural exchange, he said Tourism Cooperation Agreement has a significant meaning. The Ambassador believed the Agreement would make the advantageous conditions for both Chinese and Vietnamese travelers, boost mutual understanding, cooperation and friendship.


Source: TITC

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