Canadian PM Trudeau meets HCM City students

Thursday, 2017-11-09 15:53:00
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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau meets students of Ton Duc Thang University in Ho Chi Minh City
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NDO/VNA – Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had a talk with students of the Ho Chi Minh City-based Ton Duc Thang University on the afternoon of November 9.

During the event, the PM stressed the sound partnership between Canada and Vietnam, while expressing his hope for the further development of the ties.

He said that he supports students, who speak their voices and make a lot of effort in learning.

Trudeau urged them to think about the world today and what it will be like in the future and to face their difficulties in life instead of avoiding them.

He talked about his travels across the globe, noting that he finds Vietnamese people hospitable and friendly.

Sharing his thoughts on the benefits of immigration, Trudeau said that Canada has issued policies in order to protect the safety of its citizens and hopes that the younger generation will think more positively about the matter.

He also highlighted a need to respect cultural diversity among nations and to balance economic benefits and environmental protection for sustainable growth.