Organisation Commissions of Vietnamese, Lao Parties Further Cooperation

The Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) Central Committee’s Organisation Commission and the Lao People’s Revolutionary Party (LPRP) Central Committee’s Organisation Commission on having reached a cooperation agreement for the 2022-2026 period.
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Organisation Commissions of Vietnamese, Lao Parties Further Cooperation
The two commissions reviewed their cooperation and set out orientations for the time ahead. Photo: VNA

The two commission heads held online talks on January 4 to review cooperation between the commissions and set out orientations for the time ahead, Nhan dan (People) reported.

Sisay Leudetmounsone, head of the Lao commission, congratulated Vietnam on the achievements the country has recorded during the cause of reform, considering them a great source of encouragement and good lessons for Laos in national construction and development.

She informed the Vietnamese side about the situation in Laos, as well as the Party building, including the organization and personnel work of the LPRP.

Organisation Commissions of Vietnamese, Lao Parties Further Cooperation
At the end of the talks, the officials signed a cooperation agreement between the two commissions for the 2022-2026 period. Photo: VNA

Assessing the implementation of the cooperation agreement between the two commissions in the 2016-2020 period, Truong Thi Mai, head of the Vietnamese commission, said the two commissions have worked hard to roll out the agreement and further improve the quality of the Party building work, contributing to successfully implementing the resolutions adopted at national congresses of each Party.

The officials consented to promote the exchange of information and experience in Party and political system building, as well as delegation exchange at different levels.

The two sides will also step up communication work to raise public awareness of the great friendship, special solidarity and comprehensive cooperation between the two countries.

They will coordinate to organize activities marking the 60th anniversary of the bilateral diplomatic ties, and 45 years of the signing of the Vietnam – Laos Treaty of Amity and Cooperation./.

Vietnam and Laos inked the Treaty of Amity and Cooperation on July 18, 1977, affirming the consistent solidarity, cooperation, and support for each other in national construction and defense in either country.

This is a crucial historic milestone in the relations between the two Parties and Governments.

Vietnam and Laos are close neighbors, the two peoples have a traditional relation of a long-lasting friendship. In July 1962, the two countries agreed to establish bilateral diplomatic relations, marking a new milestone. In Party General Secretary and State President Nguyen Phu Trong’s visit to Laos in February 2019, the two sides agreed to lift the traditional relationship into the great traditional one. Bilateral cooperation has become more diverse, and has been unceasingly consolidated and updated in terms of both quantity and quality, VietnamPlus said.

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