President Nguyen Xuan Phuc has received congratulation messages from the King of Thailand Maha Vajiralongorn and the foreign ministries of Mexico and Bolivia on the occasion of his election as the President of Vietnam.
Leaders of foreign countries have sent messages of congratulations to newly-elected Vietnamese leaders.
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.
State President Nguyen Xuan Phuc handed over the duty of Prime Minister to new Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh at a ceremony on April 8.
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.
The 11th session – the last sitting of the 14th National Assembly - is to wrap up on April 8.
The National Assembly on April 7 adopted a resolution approving the Chairman of the National Election Council (NEC)’s proposal on relieving several NEC vice chairpersons and members, with “yes” votes from 446 out of 449 deputies present at the legislature’s 11th sitting, or 92.92 percent of all NA deputies.
The National Assembly on April 7 adopted a resolution on relieving Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung as well as 12 ministers and other cabinet members during its ongoing 11th session.
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.
The new Vietnamese leaders are expected to uphold the country’s long-held policies, including further opening its markets to the global economy and balancing relations with China and the US, said Bloomberg.
The National Assembly (NA) passed a resolution on the election of chairpersons of a number of NA Committees on April 7, with approval of all 463 deputies present at the session.
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.
Leaders of Cambodia, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, Russia, Algeria, Kuwait, and the World Economic Forum (WEF) on April 6 extended congratulations to the new State and Government leaders of Vietnam.
Cambodian Prime Minister Samdech Techo Hun Sen congratulated the new Prime Minister of Vietnam, Pham Minh Chinh, over the phone on April 6.
Lao Prime Minister Phankham Viphavanh made a phone call to the new Vietnamese Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh on April 6 to offer his congratulations.
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.
The new government should set forth policies to facilitate investment and connectivity between overseas Vietnamese and Vietnamese-German entrepreneurs and experts in Germany with the homeland, said several Vietnamese intellectuals in the European country when being asked about their expectations of Vietnam’s newly-elected government.