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Scoop Images: Welcome for the Vietnamese Govt

Prime Minister John Key and Speaker Lockwood Smith welcomed senior members of the Vietnamese Government at parliament today. General Secretary of the Communist Party Nong Duc Manh inspected assembled NZ Air Force personnel to the sounds of a military brass band. Mr Mahn, the senior leader in the Vietnamese system, and his Ministers will hold policy talks with NZ Ministers later in the afternoon.

Images By Spike Mountjoy



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General Secretary of the Vietnamese Communist Party Nong Duc Manh (Left), NZ Prime Minister John Key (center) and other members of the Vietnamese Government


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