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A Kensington Palace spokeswoman said of William's visit to the Presidential Palace: 'During his call on the Prime Minister, the Duke spoke about the strength of the relationship between the United Kingdom and Vietnam and said he was looking forward to hearing what Vietnam was doing to tackle the challenges presented by the illegal wildlife trade. Quý vị đừng để thời gian trôi qua tàn nhẫn như thế.Our unique chat can significantly enhance the ability of individual video chats.At some chat rooms can make filtering by parameters of your interlocutor ().At Online Chat, you can meet random strangers for free via webcam.There is no better way to meet people online than through video chat.William shakes hands with Vice President Dang Thi Ngoc Thinh; it is the Duke's first visit to the country - he will address a wildlife conference on Thursday about the region's illegal trade in rhino hide and elephant tusks Kensington Palace issued a statement about William's visit to Hanoi yesterday, saying the Prince will 'share his concern that we have less than 25 years to save some of our most iconic species from extinction'At the weekend, it was revealed that authorities in Vietnam had seized a haul of 2,253 kilograms of rhino horns and elephant ivory.The illegal find was destroyed, a signal that the country is ready to take the issue seriously.

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