Vietnam and Tanzania Seek to Boost Cooperation
|Politburo member, permanent member of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) Central Committee's Secretariat Truong Thi Mai presented souvenir to Abdulrahman Omar Kinana, vice chairman of the ruling Party of the Revolution of Tanzania. Photo: VNA
On the afternoon of May 15, at the Party Central Committee headquarters, Politburo member, permanent member of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) Central Committee's Secretariat Truong Thi Mai chaired a meeting between the Vietnamese delegation and the Tanzanian delegation led by Abdulrahman Omar Kinana, vice chairman of the ruling Party of the Revolution of Tanzania.
Mai said that Vietnam always pays attention to and keeps a close watch on the situation in Tanzania, and is delighted to see the country's achievements in economic development and poverty reduction, as well as its contributions to building a peaceful, stable and prosperous East Africa region under the leadership of the Tanzanian party.
Standing member of the Secretariat Truong Thi Mai said that Vietnam attaches importance to the relations with African countries, including Tanzania. She believed that the two sides have many similarities and can complement each other to optimize benefits and enhance each country's position in the international arena.
|Overview of the meeting. Photo: VNA
Visiting Vietnam for the first time, vice chairman of the ruling Party of the Revolution of Tanzania Abdulrahman Omar Kinana congratulated the great achievements of historical significance that Vietnam achieved through more than 35 years of Doi Moi (renewal) in economic development, hunger eradication and poverty alleviation, improvement of people's living standards.
He believed that the Vietnamese people, under the wise leadership of the Communist Party of Vietnam, will win more victories in the coming time.
The party and state of Tanzania wanted to learn from Vietnam’s experience in Party building, economic growth model reform, agricultural and rural development.
He also appreciated the contributions of Halotel, a telecommunication company that Viettel Group invested in, to the socio-economic development of Tanzania.
|High-ranking delegates of the Communist Party of Vietnam and the Revolutionary Party of Tanzania attended the meeting. Photo: VNA
The two sides also exchanged opinions on the world and regional, as well as the situation of each party and country.
They wanted to further tighten ties between the two parties, creating a solid political foundation to promote bilateral relations.
Leaders of the two parties agreed to promote theoretical and practical exchanges on the leadership, strengthen cooperation in personnel training, and facilitate trade and investment activities.
The two countries encouraged cultural cooperation, and people-to-people exchanges. They agreed to coordinate closely at international forums and multilateral mechanisms, for the benefit of each party and country, for peace, stability, cooperation, and development.
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