Vietnam’s successful economic reform and completion of key leadership positions have been on the radar of several major newspapers in Ukraine over the past week.
A screenshot capturing a feature on Vietnam’s new leaders and opportunities for Ukraine published on the news site Porady.
Moscow (VNA) –
Vietnam’s successful economic
reform and completion of key leadership positions have been on the radar of
several major newspapers in Ukraine over the past week.
The news site Porady published a feature on Vietnam’s new
leaders and opportunities for Ukraine by Ruslan Bortnik, head of the Ukrainian
Institute of Politics.
The article reviewed Vietnam's outstanding achievements
after 35 years of Doi Moi (renewal), especially political stability, economic
growth, and responsibility in building an international environment of peace.
The author said an increasing number of IT start-ups in the
nation has attracted a significant amount of foreign investment. The people and
society, meanwhile, put enormous faith in the capacity of the new leadership to
successfully carry out economic development tasks and strengthen the country's
position in the international arena.
In its recent article, from-ua.com said with achievements in
the fight against COVID-19, Vietnam is planning to reopen its door to
international visitors in July. The nation is also welcoming foreign investors
in the context that it houses a large number of advanced production models and
strong economic groups.
The article noted that high-ranking personnel changes taking
place in stable political conditions and robust socio-economic development are
a premise for strengthening local people's confidence on the path of completing
institution, promoting strong interactions between society and authorities, and
improving the overall "happiness index".
Other Ukrainian newswires, including Golos.ua, also posted
articles analysing Vietnam’s reform experience and reviewing its growth,
particularly the nation’s effective pandemic containment and economic
development last year. They were confident in the new leadership’s capacity of
steering the country toward sustainable growth and higher international