Vietnam wishes to foster relations with Cuban, Russian Parties
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|Le Hoai Trung, head of the CPV Central Committee’s Commission for External Relations, chairs online conferences to inform outcomes of the 13th National Congress of the CPV to the two Parties on May 28. Photo: VNA|
The statement was made by Le Hoai Trung, head of the CPV Central Committee’s Commission for External Relations, while chairing online conferences to inform outcomes of the 13th National Congress of the CPV to the two Parties on May 28.
The official briefed the Cuban and Russian sides on achievements and challenges facing the country, as well as its development targets by 2030 with a vision towards 2045, Vietnamplus reported.
The Cuban and Russian sides congratulated the CPV for the successful organization of the congress and expressed their belief that under the CPV’s leadership, the Vietnamese people will realize guidelines adopted at the congress and reap greater achievements in socialism building.
|Le Hoai Trung, head of the CPV Central Committee’s Commission for External Relations. Photo: VNA|
The Communist Party of Cuba and the United Russia Party always attach importance to cooperation with the Vietnamese Party, considering this an important political foundation to promote and deepen the Vietnam-Cuba special friendship, and the Vietnam-Russia comprehensive strategic partnership, their representatives said.
Previously, on May 5, General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) Central Committee Nguyen Phu Trong had phone talks with First Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Cuba (CPC) and President of Cuba Miguel Diaz-Canel Bermudez.
During phone talks, he said Vietnam always attaches much importance to and wants to deepen its special friendship with Cuba.
The Vietnamese Party chief affirmed the consistent solidarity between the two Parties, States and people for the just cause of the Cuban Party, State and people and objecting sanctions and hostile policies against Cuba, according to Vietnamplus.
He suggested the two sides work closely to effectively carry out high-level agreements to develop the Vietnam – Cuba relationship into a deep, practical and sustainable fashion.
General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) Central Committee Nguyen Phu Trong.Photo: VNA
During the talks, Trong congratulated the CPC on its successful organization of the 8th National Party Congress, and Diaz-Canel on his election as the First Secretary of the CPC Central Committee.
Diaz-Canel, for his part, described the phone talks as a vivid illustration of the special and faithful friendship between the two nations.
He said the CPC’s new leadership will do their utmost to consolidate and develop the Vietnam – Cuba relations, which were established and nurtured by President Ho Chi Minh and President Fidel Castro.
Diaz-Canel congratulated Vietnam’s recent achievements and thanked the Vietnamese Party, State and people for assisting their Cuban counterparts in the past years.
He expressed his confidence that under the leadership of the CPV, the Vietnamese people will successfully realize the Resolution adopted at the 13th National Party Congress, as well as the goal of wealthy people and a strong, democratic, equitable and civilized country.
Trong took the occasion to invite Diaz-Canel and Raul Castro to visit Vietnam. Diaz-Canel also conveyed Cuban Party and State leaders’ invitation to Trong to pay a visit to Cuba at a suitable time.
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