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Q+A – Vietnam and Vatican talk about diplomatic relations

December 8, 2009

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Vietnamese President Nguyen Minh Triet will meet Pope Benedict this week during a trip to Italy to talk about improving ties. The Vatican and the Communist-run Southeast Asian country do not have diplomatic relations. Click here for some questions and answers about the Vietnam-Vatican relationship.

(Photo: Catholics at Phat Diem Cathedral south of Hanoi, 8 Sept 2009/Nguyen Huy Kham)
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This is a very good sign for both countries.
Now a days, every one will eager to know,understand, thought storming session for day today progress and for daily updates on religion, mutual co-operation,knowledge sharing, exchange of their views by available, current communication channels.
I think that, here will be a wonderful new set up will be emerged.
Good luck to both countries.
We should have some good understandings on many religious and on many ideas on several subjects for co-existence and for better sharing of cultural changes.

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