Leaders of Indian communist parties receive Vietnamese delegation

Douang Khongkeo, from Lao National Television, said to VOV: “I have been present in Hanoi since the first day of the Party Congress. I often report on events at the congress. The opening of the congress was broadcast in the 7pm news and current affairs programme of Lao National Television.” Douang said cheerfully that he had also visited five museums and made a trip to Ha Long Bay. “In 2010, when Vietnam assumed the ASEAN presidency, I frequently travelled to Hanoi. I found new changes each time. I do believe that your country will further develop after this congress, which is both democratic and serious.” Journalist Tulayphe Phimmeuang from Laos’ Paxason newspaper expressed believes that this year’s Party Congress will boost the socio-economic and cultural development. “In recent days, I have continuously reported on the activities of the deputies to the Congress and my reports have been published everyday.” Meanwhile, Charly Morales Valido, from Cuban News Agency Prensa Latina said: “The developing and innovative Vietnam is always on my mind. With the 11th National Party Congress, I believe you will have a bright future.” Valido, who is Cuba’s correspondent in Hanoi, added that Cubans know a lot about Vietnam’s 11th Party Congress. Granma, the newspaper of the Cuban Communist Party, also published many articles by Prensa Latina. The Cuban journalist said the Cuban Communist Party is going to organize its 6th Congress in April so they are highly concerned with information about the Vietnamese Communist Party’s Congress. Valido said Cuban’s…... [read more]

Hanoi (VNA) - A visiting delegation from the Communist Party of India (CPI) was received by Politburo member, Secretary of the Party Central Committee and head of the Party Central Committee’s Mass Mobilisation Commission Truong Thi Mai in Hanoi on July 6. Mai affirmed that the Party, the Government and the people of Vietnam always treasure the friendship with the CPI and bear in mind the support the CPI and the Indian people have provided for Vietnam in the struggle for the nation liberation in the past as well as the current nation’s protection and building. She also expressed thanks for the support the CPI has provided for Vietnam in international and regional issues, particularly in the East Sea – related matters. The Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) always wishes to promote the friendship and solidarity between the two communist parties as well as the cooperative relations between Vietnam and India for the benefit of the two peoples, as well as for peace, stability, cooperation and development in the region and in the world, Mai reaffirmed. For his part, head of the CPI delegation Doraisamy Raja expressed his admiration for the significant achievements Vietnam has made in socio-economic development over the past years amid the world’s challenges. The CPI Politburo member said his party always wishes to foster the relations with the CPV, particularly in information and experience exchange in building the party, thus contributing to boosting the cooperative ties between the two nations. He also reiterated the CPI’s stance…... [read more]

President of the Vietnam Fatherland Front (VFF) Central Committee Nguyen Thien Nhan had separate meetings with leaders of the Communist Party of India (CPI) and the CPI – Marxist (CPI-M) in New Delhi on March 21 as part of his ongoing official visit to India. >> VFF leader meets with Indian high-ranking officials The VFF leader, who is also a member of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) Politburo, highlighted the time-honoured friendship, solidarity and cooperation between the CPV and the two Indian communist parties. He affirmed that the Vietnamese Party, State and people are grateful for the valuable support that the Indian parties and people have given to Vietnam during the cause of national liberation, construction and development. The official called on the Indian parties to continuously back the multi-faceted cooperation and strategic partnership between the two countries for the interests of the two peoples, as well as peace, stability, cooperation and development in the region and across the world. He also took this occasion to inform the Indian parties of the CPV’s 12th National Congress to be held in early 2016 – a major event to review the implementation of the national socio-economic development plan for 2010-2015; map out orientations in the coming years; and elect a new Central Committee for the 2016-2021 tenure. The host parties informed the guest of their development and the situation in India, and discussed the current developments in the region and around the world. They expressed their pleasure at the growing traditional…... [read more]

Member of the Standing Committee and head of Ho Chi Minh City' s Party Committee's Department of Propaganda and Education Than Thi Thu had a meeting with Secretary of Indian Communist Party Committee, Editor in Chief of New Area Newspaper, and director of People's Publishing House yesterday.... [read more]

HA NOI (VNS) - The Communist Party of India (CPI) wants to develop ties with the Communist Party of Viet Nam (CPV), Secretary of CPI Central Committee Samim Phai Di said in a meeting with the Head of the CPV Central Committee's Commission for External Relations, Hoang Binh Quan, in Ha Noi yesterday. Phai Di, who is also a Politburo member and the Editor-in-Chief of India's New Age newspaper, said the Communist Party of India was particularly keen to co-operate on sharing information and experience in policymaking, He said Viet Nam's achievements during its renewal process over the last 30 years, led by the CPV, provided a valuable lesson for communist and left-wing parties around the world. Quan assured his guest that the CPV treasured its ties with the CPI and looked forward to deepening the bilateral relations established 35 years ago, particularly at multilateral and international forums in the spirit of the strategic partnership between the two countries. In talks earlier that day, Samim Phai Di and Deputy Head of the CPV Central Committee's Commission for External Relations Nguyen Huy Tang shared their experiences in developing a socialist-oriented market economy and discussed how to bolster ties between the two Parties and nations. While in Viet Nam, the Indian guest is due to meet former Vice President Nguyen Thi Binh and hold working sessions with senior officials in Ha Noi, HCM City and the southern province of Kien Giang. - VNS... [read more]

Changes to draft laws on VFF, election under discussion Lawmakers considered the draft of the revised Law on the Vietnam Fatherland Front (VFF) and the draft Law on the election of National Assembly and People's Council representatives during the ongoing NA session in Hanoi on November 5. A number of representatives were in favour of explicitly highlighting the role and position of VFF in the regulation, specifying that it is an organisation that connects the Party and State with the people. They asked for clarification on how VFF and public-elected bodies exert their respective supervisory functions in order to avoid overlaps. In a chapter on VFF's duty to provide comments on social affairs, a representative suggested its purpose, process and involved parties be added. Regarding amending the Law on the election of National Assembly and People's Council representatives, the lawmakers called for a list of requirements that needed to be met by would-be NA deputies, making it easier to screen potential candidates. They also discussed the lobbying process and duration of the voting period, possibly lasting from 7am to 5pm. Legislators are due to examine a draft proposal to amend and supplement articles of the Law on Vietnam's People's Army officers and changes to the draft Law on People's Public Security. PM praises northwestern residents and war invalids Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung hailed a number of outstanding residents, war invalids and martyrs' families of the northwestern region for their contributions to socio-economic development, culture, security and defence, and Party…... [read more]

The Communist Party of India (CPI) wants to develop ties with the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV), Secretary of CPI Central Committee Samim Phai Di said in a meeting with the Head of the CPV Central Committee's Commission for External Relations, Hoang Binh Quan, in Hanoi on November 5. Phai Di, who is also a Politburo member and the Editor-in-Chief of India's New Age newspaper, said the Communist Party of India was particularly keen to cooperate on sharing information and experience in policymaking, He said Vietnam's achievements during its renewal process over the last 30 years, led by the CPV, provided a valuable lesson for communist and left-wing parties around the world. Quan assured his guest that the CPV highly valued and treasured its ties with the CPI, and looked forward to deepening the bilateral relations, which were established 35 years ago, particularly at multilateral and international forums in the spirit of the strategic partnership between the two countries. In talks earlier that day, Samim Phai Di and Deputy Head of the CPV Central Committee's Commission for External Relations Nguyen Huy Tang shared their experiences in developing a socialist-oriented market economy and discussed how to bolster ties between the two Parties and nations. While in Vietnam, the Indian guest is due to meet former Vice President Nguyen Thi Binh and hold working sessions with senior officials in Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City and the southern province Kien Giang.-VNA... [read more]

Indian Communist party leader visits General Secretary of the Communist Party of Viet Nam (CPV) Nguyen Phu Trong yesterday, May 28, held a meeting with visiting General Secretary of the Communist Party of India (CPI) Suravaram Sudhakar Reddy. Trong told Reddy that the visit was considered an important milestone and a vivid manifestation of the traditional friendship between the two parties and peoples. The CPV leader suggested that the two parties accelerate exchanges of delegations and theories, and share experiences and practices in implementing policies on economic renewal and development as well as in party building in the time to come. Trong underscored the long lasting ties between the two parties and peoples, adding his wish that the CPI, which plays an important role in Indian politics, will uphold its positive contributions to further consolidate Viet Nam and India's multifaceted co-operation and strategic partnership. Reddy said the CPI will do its utmost to consolidate and develop the traditional ties built and nurtured by the two parties and peoples, contributing to further intensification of the strategic partnership between the two countries. He also informed the host of the fine outcomes of the talks between the two parties' delegations. Previously, Reddy held talks with Hoang Binh Quan, member of the CPV Central Committee and head of its Commission for External Relations. The two sides informed each other about the party and socio-economic situation in their respective countries. They also exchanged views on regional and international issues of mutual interest and discussed measures…... [read more]

HA NOI (VNS)— General Secretary of the Communist Party of Viet Nam (CPV) Nguyen Phu Trong yesterday held a meeting with visiting General Secretary of the Communist Party of India (CPI) Suravaram Sudhakar Reddy. Trong told Reddy that the visit was considered an important milestone and a vivid manifestation of the traditional friendship between the two parties and peoples. The CPV leader suggested that the two parties accelerate exchanges of delegations and theories, and share experiences and practices in implementing policies on economic renewal and development as well as in party building in the time to come. Trong underscored the long lasting ties between the two parties and peoples, adding his wish that the CPI, which plays an important role in Indian politics, will uphold its positive contributions to further consolidate Viet Nam and India's multifaceted co-operation and strategic partnership. Reddy said the CPI will do its utmost to consolidate and develop the traditional ties built and nurtured by the two parties and peoples, contributing to further intensification of the strategic partnership between the two countries. He also informed the host of the fine outcomes of the talks between the two parties' delegations. Previously, Reddy held talks with Hoang Binh Quan, member of the CPV Central Committee and head of its Commission for External Relations. The two sides informed each other about the party and socio-economic situation in their respective countries. They also exchanged views on regional and international issues of mutual interest and discussed measures for future co-operation between…... [read more]

(VOVworld) - Party leader Nguyen Phu Trong on Tuesday received a delegation of India's Communist Party, led by General Secretary Sudhakar Reddy, which is currently on a working visit to Vietnam. Trong said the visit is vivid evidence of the fine relations and friendship between the two parties and peoples. He thanked the Communist Party of India for supporting the Vietnamese people in wartime and current development process. He briefed the delegation on the important documents of the 11th Congress of the Communist Party of Vietnam, Vietnam's socio-economic development and plans in the years to come. He said he hoped that the Communist Party of India will continue to boost the multifaceted and strategic partnership between Vietnam and India. Earlier, the delegation of the Communist Party of Vietnam headed by Hoang Binh Quan Head of the Party Central Committee's Commission for External Relations held talks with the delegation. During their stay in Vietnam, the delegation visited President Ho Chi Minh's Mausoleum in Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh city and worked with former Vice president Nguyen Thi Binh, the General Confederation of Vietnam and the Communist Party Review.... [read more]




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