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Canadian Prime Minister arrives in Noi Bai, begins an official visit to Vietnam

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau arrived in Noi Bai airport this morning to begin his official visit to Vietnam and attend the APEC high-level week in Da Nang.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's plane landed at Noi Bai International Airport at about 10:50 am. This is the first time Canadian leaders have come to Vietnam since taking office.
Earlier, on social networking site Twitter, Prime Minister Trudeau said he was on his way to Hanoi, preparing for a "busy week" in Vietnam and the Philippines.
Justin Trudeau, 45, became Canada's 23rd prime minister after his Liberal Democrats won the majority in the House of Representatives in the nationwide election in 2015.
Trudeau is the eldest son of Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, who led the country for almost 16 years before retiring in 1984. Despite growing up in a prominent family, he was not involved in politics from the start.
Trudeau graduated from McGill University in 1994 with a bachelor's degree and then a Bachelor of Science degree in Britsh Columbia in 1998, becoming a teacher. In 2000, he began his political career, joining the Liberal Party.
He visited Vietnam in 1995, when he was 24 years old. He is multi-talented, has been filmed, is a champion brown belt, likes to practice yoga and particularly passionate boxing.
Canadian leaders participate in many activities promoting the role of youth, supporting multiculturalism, protecting the rights of immigrants and protecting the environment and combating climate change. Prime Minister Trudeau looks forward to building an image of a young, close, and humorous young leader.
According to the schedule, the Canadian Prime Minister arrived in Hanoi on November 8. Mr. Trudeau left Hanoi for Ho Chi Minh City on 9 November, visiting and having some activities with businessmen and businessmen here. Prime Minister of Canada arrived in Danang on November 10 to attend the APEC Economic Leaders' Week.
Vietnam is now Canada's largest trading partner in Southeast Asia. Two-way trade increased steadily in recent years, about 20-25% per year, reaching $ 4.1 billion in 2016 and $ 2.34 billion in eight months of 2017 (up 20% over the same period last year) .

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