Hanoi’s streets adorned to welcome 13th National Party Congress

Streets in the capital city of Hanoi have been decorated with national flags, panels and banners to welcome the 13th National Congress of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV).
Hanoi’s streets adorned to welcome 13th National Party Congress hinh anh 1A fixed large panel to welcome the upcoming 13th National Congress of the Communist Party of Vietnam on Tran Nhan Tong street in Hanoi. The 13th National Party Congress will take place in Hanoi from January 25 to February 2. The Congress has the theme “Strengthening the building and rectification of the Party and the political system into purity and strength; rousing the will and determination for national development and promoting the strength of the great national unity bloc in combination with the power of the era; continuing to comprehensively and synchronously accelerate the cause of reform; constructing and firmly safeguarding the Fatherland and maintaining a peaceful and stable environment; and striving to turn Vietnam into a developed, socialist-oriented nation by the middle of the 21st century.” (Photo: VietnamPlus)
Hanoi’s streets adorned to welcome 13th National Party Congress hinh anh 2Banners welcoming the upcoming national event are hung at the Friendship Palace on Tran Hung Dao street. With the motto “Solidarity - Democracy - Discipline - Creativeness - Development”, the 13th National Party Congress will review not only the implementation of the Resolution of the 12th Congress but also 35 years of implementing the “Doi Moi” (Renewal) process, 30 years of implementing the 1991 Political Platform, 10 years of implementing the amended Political Platform (supplemented and developed in 2011) and the National Socio-economic Development Strategy 2011-2020; setting out socio-economic development orientations and tasks for 2021-2025 (the 50th anniversary of the liberation of the South and national reunification); and determining goals and orientations to 2030 (the 100th founding anniversary of the Party) and a vision for national development to 2045 (the 100th founding anniversary of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam, now the Socialist Republic of Vietnam) (Photo: VietnamPlus)
Hanoi’s streets adorned to welcome 13th National Party Congress hinh anh 3A number of posters are placed next to each other at the headquarters of the municipal People’s Committee and People’s Council on Dinh Tien Hoang street which is facing the Hoan Kiem Lake in downtown Hanoi. The 13th National Party Congress will review the Party building work and the leadership of the 12th-tenure Party Central Committee, defining directions and tasks of Party building in the new tenure; assess the performance of the 12th-tenure Party Statutes; and elect the Party Central Committee for the 13th tenure. The Congress holds the great historical responsibility for the Fatherland, people and nation not only in the next five years, but also in the following decades and for future generations (Photo: VietnamPlus)
Hanoi’s streets adorned to welcome 13th National Party Congress hinh anh 4A large-sized portrait of late President Ho Chi Minh at the headquarters of the municipal People’s Committee and People’s Council on Dinh Tien Hoang street in downtown Hanoi. The Communist Party of Vietnam was founded on February 3, 1930 by the late leader, marking an extremely important turning point in Vietnam’s revolutionary history. He led Vietnam to the victory in its struggle for national independence and the leader’s revolutionary career contributed to bringing independence, freedom and happiness to not only the Vietnamese people but also to all oppressed peoples in the world. The late President has become a great source of inspiration for not only Vietnamese authors and artists, but also their foreign counterparts (Photo: VietnamPlus)
Hanoi’s streets adorned to welcome 13th National Party Congress hinh anh 5Young people are joyfully taking photos with a huge poster in the background. Politburo member and Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc affirmed that the 13th National Congress of the Communist Party of Vietnam holds the great historical responsibility for the Fatherland, people and nation not only in the next five years, but also in the following decades and for future generations. After 35 years of “Doi moi”, Vietnam has obtained significant achievements in terms of society, economy, security, national defence, external relations, and political stability. In 2020, braving the COVID-19 pandemic’s impacts, Vietnam still posted an economic growth rate of nearly 3 percent, becoming one of the few countries recording positive growth in the region and the world (Photo: VietnamPlus)
Hanoi’s streets adorned to welcome 13th National Party Congress hinh anh 6Banners and slogans in red are hung on Le Hong Phong street in Hanoi. The whole city is filled with the red colour of the national and the Party flags. In Vietnam, during important events of the nation or the Party, people often fly the flags to celebrate. The 13th National Party Congress is scheduled to take place in the capital city of Hanoi from January 25 to February 2. Up to 1,587 delegates representing more than 5.1 million Party members nationwide will attend the major event, up nearly 80 delegates from the 12th Congress and the largest number among the 13 congresses to date. Among the delegates, 13.99 percent are women, and 11.03 percent are ethnic minorities (Photo: VietnamPlus)
Hanoi’s streets adorned to welcome 13th National Party Congress hinh anh 7According to the Hanoi Department of Culture and Sports, as of January 8, the decorations for the upcoming 13th National Party Congress had been completed. The Congress will be held from January 25 to February 2. To date, most of streets in Hanoi are decorated with colourful flowers and flags to welcome the event, while flowers and plants were also arranged in major areas. Before, during, and after the Congress, the capital has been deploying thousands of officers and soldiers from the Hanoi Department of Public Security and the municipal Military High Command to ensure security and safety. The Department also plans to hold 85 music shows to celebrate the event, the 91st founding anniversary of the Communist Party of Vietnam, and the Lunar New Year 2021 (Photo: VietnamPlus)
Hanoi’s streets adorned to welcome 13th National Party Congress hinh anh 8The municipal Department of Culture and Sports has finished the decoration in locations seeing huge traffic flows and public spares, particularly in front of the State Bank of Vietnam and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and the May Day Square, with budget coming from social sources. In Vietnam, during important events of the nation or the Party, people often fly the national and Party flags to celebrate these events. The 13th congress is a political event with future orientations, thus helping boost the country’s renewal, integration and development cause comprehensively and synchronously. The congress will mark a new milestone in the development process of Vietnam and the Party, as it will shape the country’s future and propel its international integration (Photo: VietnamPlus)
Hanoi’s streets adorned to welcome 13th National Party Congress hinh anh 9A poster is being placed at the pedestrian zone around Hoan Kiem place in the heart of Hanoi. The walking area is a popular spot for both local people and tourists and usually crowded with visitors especially at weekends. The original pedestrian zone, covering more than 10 streets in the Hanoi Old Quarter, was put into operation in September 2016. They are vehicle-free on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday evenings from 7pm in summer and 6pm in winter to midnight. It has since become a major attraction the capital city. The pilot extension of the walking streets officially started on January 1 (Photo: VietnamPlus)
Hanoi’s streets adorned to welcome 13th National Party Congress hinh anh 10Streets in Hanoi seem to have been given a facelift, making it become more vivid and dazzling than usual. The Party and national flags are bounded together and their crimson colour thereby livening up the streets. Agencies, units, hospitals, schools and households were asked to hang the national flag from January 15 to February 14 as the 13th National Party Congress is scheduled to take place in the capital city from January 25 to February 2. Up to 1,587 delegates representing more than 5.1 million Party members nationwide will attend the event, up nearly 80 delegates against the 12th Congress and the largest number among the 13 congresses. Among the delegates, 13.99 percent are women, and 11.03 percent are ethnic minorities (Photo: VietnamPlus)
Hanoi’s streets adorned to welcome 13th National Party Congress hinh anh 11A poster on a Hanoi street. To date, most of streets in the capital city are decorated with colourful flowers and flags to welcome the coming event, while flowers and plants were also arranged in major areas. Before, during, and after the Congress, the city has been deploying thousands of officers and soldiers from the Hanoi Department of Public Security and the municipal Military High Command to ensure security and safety. The Department also plans to hold 85 music shows to celebrate the event, the 91st founding anniversary of the Communist Party of Vietnam, and the Lunar New Year 2021. A special music show is scheduled for February 2 at the My Dinh National Stadium to celebrate the success of the Congress, with around 15,000 people taking part (Photo: VietnamPlus)
Hanoi’s streets adorned to welcome 13th National Party Congress hinh anh 12The municipal Department of Culture and Sports has also completed setting up 400 vertical banners on the streets of Ba Dinh district, notably on Hung Vuong, Doc Lap, Chu Van An and Le Hong Phong. They are streets surrounding the mausoleum of late President Ho Chi Minh. The Communist Party of Vietnam was founded on February 3, 1930 by the late leader, marking an extremely important turning point in Vietnam’s revolutionary history. He led Vietnam to the victory in its struggle for national independence and the leader’s revolutionary career contributed to bringing independence, freedom and happiness to not only the Vietnamese people but also to all oppressed peoples in the world (Photo: VietnamPlus)
Hanoi’s streets adorned to welcome 13th National Party Congress hinh anh 13The mausoleum of late President Ho Chi Minh on these days is brightened up with the crimson colour of flags. In September 1945, the leader read the Declaration of Independence, proclaiming to the world the foundation of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam, now the Socialist Republic of Vietnam at the Ba Dinh Square next to the mausoleum. He passed away in September 1969 and then his body was embalmed and placed in a glass coffin inside the granite mausoleum. The mausoleum has become an important landmark of the capital city and is integral to the political and social history of Vietnam (Photo: VietnamPlus)
Hanoi’s streets adorned to welcome 13th National Party Congress hinh anh 14The 13th National Party Congress is scheduled to take place in the capital city from January 25 to February 2. Up to 1,587 delegates representing more than 5.1 million Party members nationwide will attend the event, up nearly 80 delegates from the 12th Congress and the largest number among the 13 congresses. Among the delegates, 13.99 percent are women, and 11.03 percent are ethnic minorities. Politburo member and Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc affirmed that the 13th National Congress of the Communist Party of Vietnam holds the great historical responsibility for the Fatherland, people and nation not only in the next five years, but also in the following decades and for future generations (Photo: VietnamPlus)
Hanoi’s streets adorned to welcome 13th National Party Congress hinh anh 15Streets of the capital city become even more brilliant and colourful for the forthcoming days. In Vietnam, during important events of the nation or the Party, people often hang the national and Party flags. Agencies, units, hospitals, schools and households were asked to fly the national flag from January 15 to February 14. The 13th Congress is a political event with future orientation significance, thus helping boost the country’s renewal, integration and development cause comprehensively and synchronously. The congress will mark a new milestone in the development process of Vietnam and its Party, as it will shape the country’s future and propel its international integration (Photo: VietnamPlus)
Hanoi’s streets adorned to welcome 13th National Party Congress hinh anh 16A pair of banners to welcome the 13th National Party Congress. They reiterate the significant role of the Communist Party of Vietnam as the ruling party of the country and call on people to follow President Ho Chi Minh's thought, morality, and lifestyle, which are precious spiritual assets of the Vietnamese Party and people, illuminating the revolutionary cause, leading to the victory of the Vietnamese revolution. Over the recent past, educating political theory and the contents of Ho Chi Minh's thought, morality and style for officials, Party members, members of the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union and students has been seriously carried out, contributing to improving political level and mettle of officials, Party members and people, especially young generations (Photo: VietnamPlus)
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