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At the meeting, Senior Lieutenant General Phan Van Giang applauded the gradutes' best results and beleived that the gradutes would further study, practice and strive for better outcomes at their units, promote a high sense of responsibility for their assigned missions, bring into play the spirit of activeness and creativeness as well as effectively apply the knowledge acquired at schools to contribute to the development of their units, and try to become excellent officers and talented researchers.
The two countrieshave formalized a September ministerial level meeting forthe signing, which will bring into play the bilateral free tradeagreement.
Wigan would also prefer to play on the deck so it is no advantage to the hosts, yet it does bring into play the likelihood of a low-scoring contest and opposing the short-priced favourites is the way to go.