Vietnam, Laos Share Party Building Experience
|A view of the talks between Politburo member and permanent member of the Communist Party of Vietnam Central Committee’s Secretariat Vo Van Thuong and his counterpart from the Lao People’s Revolutionary Party Bunthoong Chitmany.. Photo: VNA|
Politburo member and permanent member of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) Central Committee’s Secretariat Vo Van Thuong on Oct. 15 held online talks with his counterpart from the Lao People’s Revolutionary Party (LPRP) Bunthoong Chitmany.
Thuong said he believes that under the leadership of the LPRP, Lao people would reap greater achievements in the cause of national renovation, construction and defence, successfully realise the Resolution adopted by the 11th National LPRP Congress and the ninth five-year socio-economic development plan, thus improving Laos’ position and role on the international arena, VietnamPlus reported.
Chitmany, who is also Lao Vice President, congratulated Vietnam on its great achievements over the past years, considering it a great source of encouragement for Laos.
He said he believed that under the leadership of the CPV, the Vietnamese people would make new successes, realise the Resolution adopted by the 13th National CPV Congress and build a modern-oriented industrialised nation in the mid-21st century.
They informed each other about the situation of each Party and country, shared experience in the building of the Party and political system, corruption prevention and control, Party inspection and discipline, as well as measures to realise each Party’s Resolution.
|Politburo member and permanent member of the Communist Party of Vietnam Central Committee’s Secretariat Vo Van Thuong speaks at the talks. Photo: VNA|
The officials also shared the view that ties between the two Parties and nations have been consolidated in various areas, bringing practical benefits to the two countries' people.
They affirmed that under any circumstance, they would do their best to foster their traditional friendship, solidarity and comprehensive partnership.
Both pledged to coordinate in carrying out agreements reached by their high-ranking leaders, focusing on organising visits and online talks, enhancing the sharing of information and experience in building the Party and political system, socio-economic development and global integration, and holding theoretical seminars between the two Parties and training courses for LPRP officials.
They agreed to raise public awarenes, especially for young generations, about Vietnam – Laos special relations, jointly make good preparations for celebrations for the 60th anniversary of bilateral diplomatic ties, the 45th anniversary of the signing of the Laos – Vietnam, Vietnam – Laos Treaty of Amity and Cooperation next year, as well as implement bilateral joint projects.
HCM City, Vientiane sign MoU for cooperation
|Ho Chi Minh City and the Lao capital city of Vientiane on October 15 signed a memorandum of understanding for 2021 – 2025.. Photo: VNA|
Ho Chi Minh City and the Lao capital city of Vientiane on Oct. 15 signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on cooperation between the two authorities for 2021 – 2025.
The MoU was inked by Chairman of the HCM City People’s Committee Phan Van Mai and Vientiane Governor Atsaphangthong Siphandone.
Under the MoU, the two cities step up the exchange of delegations, trade, economy, culture, and education; as well as the implementation of investment-trade projects, including the establishment of a HCM City centre for commerce and tourism in Vientiane and vice versa.
HCM City will consider assistance worth UD$500,000 for Vientiane’s project on reforming its budget collection system.
The HCM City-based Saigontourist Holding Company also presented five scholarships worth VND1.5 billion ($65,898 USD) to Vientiane.
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