Australian Governor-General welcomed in Hanoi
The four-day visit marks the efforts of both sides to strengthen the multisectoral relations amid the implementation of the Vietnam-Australia Enhanced Economic Engagement Strategy.
Vietnamese President Vo Van Thuong on April 4 host a welcome ceremony for Australian Governor-General David Hurley at the Presidential Palace in Hanoi.
| The welcome ceremony takes place at the Presidential Palace in Hanoi on April 4. Photos: VNA|
| Vietnamese President Vo Van Thuong receives Australian Governor-General David Hurley at the ceremony.|
| Vietnam's President Vo Van Thuong (R) and Australia's Governor-General David Hurley wave children at the ceremony. |
Vo Van Thuong's spouse Phan Thi Thanh Tam (L) and David Hurley's spouse Linda Hurley at the ceremony.
| The two leaders review the guard of honor at the Presidential Palace.|
| Overview of the welcome ceremony.|
| Australian Governor-General David Hurley is the first foreign guest of Vietnamese President Vo Van Thuong since he took office last month. |
| The two leaders and their spouses at the Presidential Palace. |
| Australian Governor-General David Hurley lays a wreath at the Ho Chi Minh's Mausoleum at Ba Dinh Square, Hanoi, on April 4.|
| The two leaders and senior officials at the meeting after the ceremony. |