Lt. General Ngo Xuan Lich receives DPRK Navy’s Political Commissar

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Lt. General Ngo Xuan Lich receives DPRK Navy’s Political Commissar

PANO - Lieutenant-General Ngo Xuan Lich, Head of the General Politics Department of Vietnam People’s Army, on October 28th, welcomed a Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) delegation of political officers, led by Senior Lieutenant-General O Chol San, the Political Commissar of the DPRK People’s Navy on their ongoing visit to Vietnam.

PANO - Lieutenant-General Ngo Xuan Lich, Head of the General Politics Department of Vietnam People’s Army, on October 28 th , welcomed a Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) delegation of political officers, led by Senior Lieutenant-General O Chol San, the Political Commissar of the DPRK People’s Navy on their ongoing visit to Vietnam.

At the reception, General Lich confirmed that the Party, the State, Army and people of Vietnam always keep in mind the support from the DPRK’s Party, State, Army and people during Vietnam’s resistance war against foreign invaders.

The cooperation relationship between the two armies, especially the two General Politics Departments, has remarkably developed over the past years. In the coming time, as General Lich said, the two sides should tighten their cooperation, mainly in Party and political affairs.

According to General Lich, several fields needed to be focused on by both General Politics Departments, including military exchanges in culture and arts, experiences on educating the tradition, army missions at all levels for officers, and training for cadets.

For his part, General O Chol San highly appreciated Vietnam’s achievements during the renewal process and expressed his deep admiration for the heroic tradition of Vietnam People’s Army.

General O Chol San also highly spoke of solid politics and the regularity and discipline of some units that the delegation had visited. He added that the DPRK People’s Army would learn and promote Vietnamese experiences in political education and army building.

Translated by Mai Huong

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