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December, 17 2013 08:50:00

Party Internal Affairs delegation pays official visit to China

Nguyen Ba Thanh, head of the Communist Party of Viet Nam (CPV) Central Committee's Commission for Internal Affairs.— File Photo

BEIJING (VNS)— Viet Nam has consistently attached importance to developing a comprehensive strategic cooperative partnership with China, according to a Party official.

Nguyen Ba Thanh, head of the Communist Party of Viet Nam (CPV) Central Committee's Commission for Internal Affairs, made the statement while meeting in Beijing yesterday with Meng Jianzhu, Secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee's Commission for Political and Legal Affairs.

Viet Nam wishes to partner with China to fully implement common perceptions reached by the two countries' high-ranking leaders, while stepping up their result-oriented and comprehensive cooperation in various areas for stable and healthy bilateral ties, he added.

Thanh expressed his delight at achievements China has attained during its renewal and open-door cause over the past 35 years, expressing his belief that the CPC and the Chinese people will fulfill their targets in national construction set at the 13th National CPC Congress, especially the comprehensive construction of a moderately prosperous society by 2020.

Sharing Thanh's views, Meng Jianzhu said the Party, State and people of China have placed a lot of importance in the comprehensive strategic cooperative partnership with Viet Nam, pledging to do their utmost, together with the Vietnamese Party, State and people, to consolidate and push the ties forward.

He described Thanh's visit to China as a vivid manifestation of the exchange and comprehensive cooperation between the two Parties, in line with the spirit of common perceptions. — VNS

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