HA NOI — Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong received Liu Yunshan, member of the Communist Party of China's Central Committee (CPC CC)'s political bureau, in Ha Noi yesterday.
|Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong (right) receives Liu Yunshan, a member of the Chinese Communist Party Central Committee's political bureau, in Ha Noi. — VNA/VNS Photo Tri Dung
Liu, who is also Secretary of the CPCCC Secretariat and Director of the CPC's Publicity Department, is leading a CPC delegation to visit Viet Nam and attend the eighth theoretical workshop between the Communist Party of Viet Nam and the Communist Party of China.
Party General Secretary Trong warmly welcomed the visit, expressing his hope that the successful organisation of the workshop, which focused on renovating economic growth models in Viet Nam and changing economic development modes in China, would enrich knowledge and theories on renovating economic growth model for sustainable development.
He spoke highly of the results of theoretical talks between the two Parties, saying that the exchange of information and experiences between the two sides in research and creativity was necessary and important to further boost relations between the two Parties and nations.
He also expressed his delight as the two countries had overcome difficulties to maintain and develop the Viet Nam-China comprehensive co-operative strategic partnership intensively, bringing in practical interests for the two peoples, making important contributions to peace, stability, cooperation, and development in the region and the world at large.
Trong added that the Vietnamese Party, State and people consistently attached great importance to consolidating and developing the comprehensive co-operative strategic partnership with China, considering it one of the top priorities in the country's foreign policy.
At the meeting, Liu briefed Trong of China's recent developments and said that the Chinese Party and Government attached importance to developing the comprehensive strategic co-operative partnership between the two countries in order to strengthen the ruling status of each Party and promote socialism in each country.
China was intent on, with Viet Nam, solving issues in their relationship, increasing consolidation, and developing ties between the two Parties and countries, he affirmed.
He highly valued the significant and practical effect of the theoretical workshops between the two Parties, describing the development of mechanism for holding such workshops as a spotlight in co-operation between the CPC and the CPV.
He said he believed that co-operation between the two Parties' propaganda and education agencies would be expanded, contributing to the relations between the two Parties, countries and peoples.
Also the same day, a Vietnamese delegation led by Dinh The Huynh, Politburo member, Secretary of the Party Central Committee and head of the Commission for Publicity and Education, held talks with the Chinese delegation.
Both sides informed each other of the recent situation of each Party and nation, discussed relations and their work on theory, thought, orientation and plans for co-operation between the two commissions as well as international and regional issues of common concern.
The two sides signed an agreement on mechanism for co-operation and exchange between the two commissions, thus helping deepen the two commissions' co-operation and contributing to the development of the traditional friendship and comprehensive co-operation between the two Parties and countries. — VNS