Leaders of Vietnam have offered congratulations to their Chinese counterparts on the 72nd National Day of China (October 1, 1949 - 2021).
General Secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee and President of China Xi Jinping (R) welcomes General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam Central Committee Nguyen Phu Trong during the latter's visit to China in 2017 (Photo: VNA)
– Leaders of
Vietnam have offered congratulations to their Chinese counterparts on the 72nd National Day of China (October 1, 1949 - 2021).
General Secretary of the Communist
Party of Vietnam Central Committee Nguyen Phu Trong, President Nguyen Xuan
Phuc, Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh, and Chairman of the National Assembly
Vuong Dinh Hue sent congratulatory messages to General Secretary of the
Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee and President of China Xi Jinping,
Premier Li Keqiang, and Chairman of the Standing Committee of the National
People’s Congress of China Li Zhanshu.
Congratulating China on its achievements
over the last 72 years, the Vietnamese leaders expressed their belief that
under the CPC’s leadership with General Secretary and President Xi at the core, the Chinese people will successfully fulfill the strategic goals and tasks
set at the 19th National CPC Congress and take firm steps forward to
realise the “Second Centenary Goal”, which is to build China into a modern
socialist country that is prosperous, strong, democratic, culturally advanced, harmonious,
They affirmed that the Vietnamese
Party, State, and people always attach importance to developing Vietnam - China
relations in a healthy and stable manner. They are ready to join China in
enhancing equal and mutually beneficial cooperation, promoting the stable and
sustainable development of the two countries’ comprehensive strategic
cooperative partnership, and contributing to regional and global peace,
stability, and development.
On this occasion, Minister of
Foreign Affairs Bui Thanh Son extended congratulations to Chinese State
Councillor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi./.