Ambassador Vinh revealed the biggest obstacle before Trump arrived in Hanoi

Ambassador Vinh revealed the biggest obstacle before Trump arrived in Hanoi 0

Ambassador Vinh revealed the biggest obstacle before Trump arrived in Hanoi

President Tran Dai Quang and US President Trump during the welcoming ceremony in Hanoi on November 12 last year.

On the afternoon of November 11, 2017, the US President boarded a special plane from Da Nang airport to go to Hanoi, right after ending the last working session of the APEC Summit.

`The very tight schedule is the biggest concern of the American side. Mr. Trump’s trip is the longest overseas trip with a US President in more than 25 years, with a duration that has long had to be divided into two

The US President had a trip to Asia lasting from November 3 to November 14, 2017.

Right after the trip ended, Mr. Trump posted on Twitter his thanks to President Tran Dai Quang, saying `had a wonderful visit to Vietnam.`

As the person who directly organized the preparation work from Washington, Ambassador Vinh assessed that the factor that helped Vietnam and the US complete the ambitious plan was the momentum of relations between the two countries.

`The US understands Vietnam’s position and Washington has interests in Asia-Pacific. The dual interests have helped the two sides overcome obstacles of technical and time issues,` Mr. Vinh emphasized.

According to the Ambassador, the US President’s attendance at APEC in Da Nang is the result of a process that Vietnam and the US have discussed since the US had a new administration in early 2017. After the 2016 presidential election, Washington has had many

Before that, countries were wondering what the consequences would be when President Trump made basic adjustments in both domestic and foreign affairs.

`Mr. Trump is very impressed with the content of the talks and the hospitality of the leaders and people of Vietnam. That is also something that is paid close attention in preparing for high-level visits,` Ambassador Vinh said.

Comparing the visit of President Trump last year and that of his predecessor Barack Obama to Vietnam in 2016, Mr. Vinh said that the most notable thing was that both Vietnam and the US had thoughtful preparations, bringing satisfaction.

Never before have two American presidents visited Vietnam consecutively like on this occasion.

`Vietnam and the US continue to develop, even under different circumstances. The Comprehensive Partnership framework receives support from both the Democratic and Republican parties, and the US Congress,` he said.

Talking about the upcoming direction of cooperation, the Vietnamese Ambassador said that the two sides will continue to maintain the momentum of the relationship they have achieved, focusing on implementing high-level agreements.

In the East Sea, the US has reaffirmed common principles, saying that this is a common concern of all countries.

Looking back on his time as Vietnam’s representative in the US, with 4 high-level visits between the two sides, the Ambassador said it was a very meaningful and lucky term for any ambassador.

`It will forever be memorable days for me when I can contribute my part in promoting Vietnam-US relations,` Mr. Vinh said.

Ambassador Vinh revealed the biggest obstacle before Trump arrived in Hanoi

Vietnamese Ambassador to the US Pham Quang Vinh, right, talks with US President Trump.

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