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‘Good Morning, Vietnam’ for Netanyahu?

(JNS.org) During a meeting at the Knesset in Jerusalem on Wednesday, Dec. 2, Vietnamese Deputy Prime Minister Hoàng Trung Hai invited Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to make an official visit to the southeast Asian nation, while Netanyahu invited Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung to visit the Jewish state. At the meeting, the Israeli and Vietnamese foreign ministries signed a memorandum of understanding on diplomatic and political dialogue. “Our trade is already robust both ways,” said Netanyahu. “I think there are many opportunities between Vietnam and Israel in so many fields, in almost every field. And we look forward to doing this and we believe our countries can seize the future individually, but better together.”

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