There have been no political organisations in Vietnam except the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) that has adequate mettle, wisdom, experience, prestige and capability to lead the country to overcome all difficulties and challenges, and drive the national revolutionary cause from victory to other victory.
The Secretariat of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) Central Committee met in Hanoi on January 31 under the chair of Party General Secretary and President Nguyen Phu Trong to review the performance of the its directive on the organisation of the Lunar New Year (Tet) festival.
Diplomatic relations between Vietnam and former Czechoslovakia, now the Czech Republic, were established on February 2, 1950. Since then, bilateral friendship and cooperation have been strengthened.
On January 30, 1950, the Soviet Union became one of the first countries to establish diplomatic ties with the Democratic Republic of Vietnam.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc chaired the sixth plenary meeting of the 13th National Party Congress’s Sub-Committee on Socio-Economic Affairs in Hanoi on January 16.
The sixth National Party Congress, which took place in December 1986, was a significant milestone thanks to the introduction of Doi Moi (renewal) process.
After the liberation of the South and reunification of the nation, the Communist Party of Vietnam led the country to overcome war aftermaths and restore the economy.
Between 1965-1973, the Party continued to lead the whole country in the resistance war against the US since the US launched the "local war" in the South and a destructive war in the North.
Party inspection work has produced many important results since the beginning of the 12th tenure, contributing to improving the quality of Party building, building a healthy social environment for socio-economic development and strengthening trust in the Party and the State.
Experts and scientists were invited to contribute their opinions to draft documents of the upcoming 13th National Party Congress at a meeting chaired by Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam on January 7.
The Communist Party of Vietnam has admitted over 143,000 new members in 2019, raising the total membership to around 5.2 million, it was reported at a national online conference reviewing Party building work on December 25.
The Vietnam People’s Army (VPA) has always served as the core force to, together with the Party and the people, achieve splendid accomplishments in national liberation and construction and defence throughout its 75-year history, Party General Secretary and President Nguyen Phu Trong has said.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc, on October 1, chaired a meeting of the 13th National Party Congress’s sub-committee on socio-economic affairs.
The Politburo and the sub-committee in charge of compiling documents for the 13th National Party Congress held a conference in Hanoi on September 27 to collect former Party and State leaders’ feedback on the draft political report and the draft report on the 10-year implementation of the Political Platform 2011.
Party members and the public have expressed their approval of the Politburo’s new regulation on power control in personnel work, and the prevention of bribery to acquire high-ranking positions.