A teleconference was held on April 12 to inform the results of the 13th National Congress of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) to the Communist Party of China (CPC).
The US newspaper Washington Times has ran an article assessing that Vietnam has succeeded in completing its key leadership positions.
Vietnam’s new leadership have recently been on the radar of Russian scholars and media, especially after Russian President Vladimir Putin had a phone call with the Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong and sent his congratulations to newly-elected leaders of Vietnam.
Leaders of countries around the world have sent messages and letters of congratulations to newly-elected State, Government and National Assembly leaders of Vietnam.
The Political Bureau on April 9 assigned four of its members to join the 13th Party Central Committee’s Secretariat, raising its total members to 11.
Vietnam’s new leadership has continued to make foreign headlines, with Germany’s Junge Welt (Young World) running an article on this regard on April 9.
Vietnam’s new leadership is expected to continue inheriting and building on impressive achievements made in the past tenure to carry the country forward, contributing to ensuring peace, stability and development in the region and the world, said Dr. Takashi Hosoda, an expert on Asia-Pacific from the Czech Republic’s Charles University.
Leaders of foreign countries have continued to send their messages of congratulations to newly-elected State and National Assembly leaders of Vietnam.
The Politburo held a ceremony on April 8 to announce decisions appointing the new heads of the Party Central Committee’s Organisation Commission and Commission for Mass Mobilisation.
The National Assembly (NA) passed a resolution on April 8 approving a list of several vice chairpersons and members of the National Election Council (NEC) with all 449 deputies present at the session voting in favour, or 93.54 percent of all deputies.
A Russian analyst has talked about the new leadership of Vietnam in a recent interview with the Vietnam News Agency, highly valuing the virtue and capacity of the country’s newly-elected leaders.
Algerian media has published extensive coverage of Vietnam’s new leadership as well as the country’s impressive economic achievements amid the adverse impact of COVID-19.
El Universal and Voces del Periodista e-newspapers of Mexico have recently run an article on the elections of high-ranking leaders in Vietnam.
“The Diplomatic Society” newswire of South Africa on April 6 carried an article on the newly-elected leaders of the Vietnamese Party and State.
President Nguyen Xuan Phuc took over duty from former President Nguyen Phu Trong at a ceremony on April 6.
Italian news agency AgenziaStampaItalia ran an article on April 5 saying that Vietnam’s newly-elected leaders will drive the country forward in its rebooting efforts.
A number of Egyptian newspapers on April 5 ran articles on Vietnam’s new leadership which, they said, will contribute to consolidating the relations between the two countries.
Within the State apparatus of Vietnam, the National Assembly (NA) is the highest representative body of the people and the highest organ of State power of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam.
Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong held phone talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin on April 5, during which the leaders informed each other about recent major affairs and achievements of the two nations.
The S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS) has recently published an article delving into what freshly elected Vietnamese leaders are going to contribute to the nation’s future development.