Prime Minister Dung welcomes Liechtenstein prince to Viet Nam

Viet Nam News on May 26, 2012

Hanoi - Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung yesterday received Prince Alfred of Liechtenstein who is here to prepare for a cultural program that will see Nobel laureates coming to Viet Nam in November.

The prince is visiting Viet Nam as chairman of the International Peace Foundation's Advisory Board.
Dung thanked the prince for his support to Vietnamese people in their past struggle for liberation and briefed the guest on the national external relation policy.

He welcomed the prince in his effort to bring Vietnamese images to the international community, particularly in his preparations for a series of the 4th "Brodges - Dialogues towards a Culture of Peace".

The program, organised by the International peace Foundation in Viet Nam from November this year to April next year, will bring along Nobel Laureates to give speeches and lectures at conferences and meetings with scientists, lecturers and students.

The prince also said another aim of his visit was to promote the co-operative ties between Viet Nam and Liechtenstein. He also said he would always support co-operation activities with Viet Nam, particularly on education and training.