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DPM Teo hails strong ties between Singapore and Vietnam

HANOI: Singapore Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean on Monday (Sep 12) lauded the strong ties between Singapore-Vietnam during on an official visit to Hanoi.

Mr Teo is in Vietnam for celebrations to mark the 20th anniversary of the Vietnam-Singapore Industrial Park.

Mr Teo was warmly received in Hanoi by Vietnamese President Tran Dai Quang, who made a state visit to Singapore recently - one of his first overseas visits as President.

This, Mr Teo said, showed the strength of the Vietnam-Singapore strategic partnership.

Mr Teo also met Public Security Minister To Lam in Hanoi on Monday.

Singapore is one of Vietnam's largest investors, with more than US$38 billion worth of foreign direct investments in the country as of April.

Mr Teo is accompanied by foreign ministry officials as well as MPs Liang Eng Hwa and Cedric Foo.

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