International reporters have affirmed the great role of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) in leading Vietnam to successes during its 35-year Doi Moi (renewal) process.
The Straits Times of Singapore on January 28 ran an article that views 2021 as a year of opportunity for Vietnam while the Australian Financial Review (AFR) said Vietnam has become an essential cog in the global supply chains.
The 13th National Party Congress continues discussing personnel affairs during its plenary session in Hanoi on January 29.
The Diplomatic Society, a newspaper with printed and online versions popular in the diplomatic and political communities of South Africa, on January 28 published an article highly valuing 35 years of Vietnam’s innovative development under the leadership of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV).
Industry was the fastest growing sector and the largest contributor to Vietnam’s export revenue over the last decade, making up roughly 30 percent of the annual GDP, Minister of Industry and Trade Tran Tuan Anh told the on-going 13th National Party Congress on January 28 morning.
Vietnam has overcome a range of challenges and integrated more deeply into the world during the 90-plus years of the Communist Party of Vietnam.
The 13th Congress of the Communist Party of Vietnam for the 2021-2026 tenure is taking place in Hanoi. It is a significant political event of the Party and the nation. It bears future orientation significance, thus helping boost the country’s renewal, integration and development cause comprehensively and synchronously.
The 13th National Congress of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) has received congratulatory messages from the communist parties of Russia, France and India.
A large number of parties, organisations, diplomatic delegations, and friends around the world have extended congratulatory messages to the 13th National Congress of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV), expressing their solidarity, friendship, and cooperation with the Vietnamese Party, State and people.
Venezuelan Ambassador to Vietnam Tatiana Josefina Pugh Moreno has praised the sound leadership of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) over the past 91 years, while emphasising the significance of the 13th National Party Congress to the future of Vietnam.
Though far from their homeland, the Vietnamese community in Laos care very much about the ongoing 13th National Party Congress. They have remained updated on information regarding the congress via TV and have exchanged ideas about their expectations.
With the highest sense of responsibility, delegates at the 13th National Party Congress have expressed their hopes and expectations about the country’s achievements in the time to come.
The 13th National Party Congress discussed and voted to approve the number of Party Central Committee members being 200, at a plenary session in Hanoi on January 28, according to the press release on the working day of the congress.
German media outlets have run articles covering the 13th National Congress of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) and highly evaluated the country’s anti-COVID-19 efforts and economic achievements and prospects for future development.
The 13th National Congress of the Communist Party of Vietnam has received an additional 83 congratulatory letters and messages from parties, organisations, diplomatic delegations, and friends worldwide over the past few days.
Chairwoman of the Vietnam Women’s Union (VWU) Ha Thi Nga has said Vietnamese women have contributed significantly to national renewal and development under the Party’s leadership and with support from the Government.
Draft documents submitted to the 13th National Party Congress have identified people-to-people diplomacy as one of the three pillars in Vietnam’s diplomatic efforts, thus ensuring its diplomacy is comprehensive and reflects the role of forces engaged in the task, Ambassador Nguyen Phuong Nga has said.
The 13th National Congress marks the strong development of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV), affirmed Pathet Lao newspaper of the Lao News Agency (KPL) in a front-page article on January 28.
Ensuring social progress, equality, and welfare, and building a Vietnamese citizenry with characteristics that meet the requirements of the new era are the tasks set for the Ministries of Labour, Invalids and Social affairs, and Culture, Sports and Tourism in the time ahead.
Minister of Science and Technology Huynh Thanh Dat and Minister of Information and Communications Nguyen Manh Hung, both of them members of the Party Central Committee, on January 8 called for greater investment in science-technology to push national digital transformation, e-Government, and the digital economy forward.