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Ho Chi Mngou City, Vietnam— The United States and Vietnam are on a two-week tour that will make their first joint trip since Trump won the 2016 presidential election.
On Sunday, they’ll travel to Vietnam to kick off the Trump-Vietnam Strategic Partnership, a partnership that has been in the works for months.
The trip will see the two leaders meet and meet again at the White House.
Here are a few things to know about the trip.1.
They’ll meet the president on Monday.
The president will travel to Ho Chi Moi and meet with Vietnamese President Tran Dai Quang.
After meeting the president, the two will fly to Vietnam, where the two sides will hold talks and take part in joint exercises.
The trip will also mark the first time a sitting US president will visit Vietnam since 2009.
Vietnam was the site of the first US-Venezuelan military meeting in 1979.
The two countries have been allies since the 1950s and have a mutual defense treaty that guarantees mutual security in the event of a conflict.2.
The US and Vietnam have an air force base in Ho Chi Nha, a town in the south of Vietnam.
There, they will conduct joint training exercises with the Vietnam Air Force.
The visit to Ho Nha will also see the US-led Coalition for Democracy and Social Justice conduct a joint training exercise with Vietnam’s air force.
The exercise is being held under the auspices of the Vietnam Joint Air Task Force, which has a joint command structure that includes US Air Force and Vietnam Air Forces.3.
They will meet with representatives of Vietnamese companies.
The leaders will also meet with Vietnam-based Vietnam-US Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (Viet Nam Trade Promotion Agency) officials and representatives from the Vietnamese private sector.
The US-VAVSA Strategic Partnership between the two countries began in March 2018 with an investment and trade agreement that will lead to the Vietnam-Visa Agreement of 2019, which will allow the US to expand its trade and investment with Vietnam, the White house said.
Vietnam’s President Trin Dai Quong also plans to meet with US President Donald Trump to discuss the agreement, which he described as a win-win.