Mrs. Anna Hakobyan, Chairwoman of the Board of Trustees of the “My City” and “City of Smile” Charitable Foundations, met with Mrs. Tran Nguyet Tui, Prime Minister of the Socialist Republic of Viet Nam, in Hanoi on July 5. At the meeting, Anna Hakobyan presented her impressions in Hanoi, stressing that she had noticed the goodness in the eyes of the Vietnamese people. According to Hakobyan, the basis of that kindness is traditional Vietnamese music, which is impossible to feel bad or anger when you hear it.
“It is very important for your visit and it can be a stimulus for the further development of relations between the two countries. I know that Armenia has centuries-old history and rich cultural heritage. And every year Armenia has a large flow of tourists. I hope you will be able to visit your historic country, “said Tran Nguyet Tui.
“Thank you very much for warm hospitality and hospitality. Your country is wonderful, and I really fell in love with your city. It is very beautiful and very comfortable. I am delighted with the hospitality of your people. I hope you and your spouse will find time and visit our country. I invite you to Armenia and I am convinced that as I have loved your country, you will love Armenia as well, “said Anna Hakobyan, adding that reciprocal visits will contribute to the friendship between the two peoples and the two peoples. In response, Tran Nguyet Tui stressed that Armenia and Vietnam have centuries-long friendship, and today it is necessary to make efforts to further develop these relations. “We are grateful for the support that Armenia has rendered to Vietnam both during and after independence,” said the prime minister of Vietnam. At the meeting the interlocutors spoke about the importance of women’s role and the maintenance of peace.
“On the road to my husband, we were talking about how powerful the Vietnamese people were able to fight and maintain their independence. It was a brave step. I know that the acquisition was not easy, there were victims and losses, but the state, the country is worth it, “said the prime minister’s lady.
“It is because of these victims that our country attaches so much importance to peace,” said the prime minister of Vietnam. By agreeing, Anna Hakobyan said that Armenia has been involved in a war for 30 years already. He has told about the history of Artsakh and Artsakh. In this context, Anna Hakobyan presented her campaign “Women for Peace”, stressing that the goal of the campaign is to raise the issue of preserving peace through women, mothers and sisters, and urge to resolve conflicts rather than weapons but peacefully. Tran Ngueet Tou welcomed the initiative, adding that peace is an exceptional value. During the meeting, the spouses of the prime ministers of the two countries also spoke about their other initiatives. Anna Hakobyan presented the activities of the “City of Smiles” Foundation, and Mrs. Tue told how she supports people with blood diseases.