Japan’s Crown Prince on Week-Long Visit to Vietnam
Crown Prince Naruhito is currently embarking on the first visit of a member of Japan’s Imperial Family to the communist nation of Vietnam. The Prince arrived on February 9, and will spend a week in the country. The trip marks the 35th anniversary of diplomatic ties between Japan and Vietnam.
On his first official day, February 10; Naruhito met with Vietnam’s Vice President Nguyen Thi Doan at the Presidential Palace in Hanoi. He also visited a disabled school, where students performed music for their royal visitor. A visit to the mausoleum of late President Ho Chi Minh followed.
The Prince’s visit will last until February 15.Filed under Japanese Royals
Tagged Bilateral Relations, Crown Prince Naruhito, Official Visit, Vietnam.
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