The communist youth leagues of Chinese capital city Beijing and Vietnamese capital city Hanoi signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) here on Tuesday to boost bilateral cooperation.
According to the MOU, the two sides will enhance cooperation in youth cultural and sports activities and volunteer service work, as well as increase exchanges of young entrepreneurs and young officials engaged in youth league work.
Ngo Duy Hieu, secretary of the Vietnamese Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth League Hanoi Committee and Wang Shaofeng, secretary of the Chinese Communist Youth League Beijing Committee attended the signing ceremony.
Hieu said that Hanoi and Beijing communist youth leagues have maintained good cooperation in the past years, setting a good example for exchanges of youth leagues in the two countries at local level.
Hieu expected the two sides could expand cooperation scope and enrich cooperation work in the coming time.
Wang said he learned experiences on how to encourage young people to start business and serve the society during the visit to Vietnam from the Hanoi counterparts.
Wang said he expected the bilateral cooperation could be further boosted under the new MOU, deepening the friendship between the young peoples of the two countries and contributing to the China-Vietnam friendly and cooperative relations.
The Beijing delegation is in Vietnam for a six-day visit.