Thang Long - Hanoi

VN attends meeting of communist parties
11/12/2011 | 21:56:30
EMAIL PRINT Bookmark and Share SHARE Font Size A A A
A Vietnamese delegation, led by Deputy Head of the Party Central Committee’s Commission for External Relations, Nguyen Manh Hung attended the 13th International Meeting of Communist and Workers’ Parties in Greece from Dec. 9-11.

At the meeting and working sessions with representatives of parties, Hung introduced the results of the 11th Congress of the Communist Party of Vietnam and the country’s socio-economic development achievements over the past 25 years of renewal.

Delegates said in the present international context, the stable development of Vietnam and socialist countries reflects the strong vitality and bright prospects of socialism.

With the theme of “Socialism is the future”, the meeting drew more than 100 foreign delegates who represented 78 communist and workers parties from 61 countries worldwide.

At the meeting, the delegates focused discussions on international issues, the situation of international communist and workers movements over the past 20 years following the collapse of socialism in the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe as well as tasks to step up class struggles amid the crisis of capitalism.

The joint statement of the meeting stressed that amid the crisis of capitalism, socialist construction experience and practices prove the pre-eminences of socialism and that only socialism can wipe out wars, unemployment, poverty and illiteracy.

Communist and workers’ parties should promote activities and uphold its leading role in workers and people’s struggle towards socialism, said the joint statement.

While in Athens, the Vietnamese delegation was received by General Secretary of the Communist Party of Greece (KKE) Aleka Papariga, who spoke highly of the delegation’s attendance at the meeting.

Aleka Papariga affirmed that the KKE wants to further promote its relations and exchange experience and theories with the CPV./.
COMMENTS
Your comments will be likely edited before publishing
Fullname
(*)  
Email
(*) 
Content
(*)
   
Leaders pay tribute to war heroes
VN’s top leaders on July 25 laid a wreath and offered incense in tribute to war heroes and martyrs.
Seven-month CPI sees lowest rise in 13 years
The CPI in the first seven months of 2014 was up 1.62 percent year-on-year.
ASEAN, EU look towards strategic partnership
ASEAN and the EU agreed to develop their ties into a strategic partnership.
VNA, PRD to enhance information sharing
The VNA and Thailand's Public Relations Department (PRD) have vowed to enhance information exchange.
Seminar marks 60 years of Geneva agreement
A seminar was held in Algeria to mark the 60th anniversary of the Geneva Agreement.
VN ready for Int’l Chemistry Olympiad 2014
Everything is in place for the 46th International Chemistry Olympiad, which will kick off in Hanoi on July 21.
PM greets former US president Clinton
Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung welcomed former US President Bill Clinton in Hanoi on July 18.
VN vows to optimise use of WB loans
Vietnam will use loans committed by the WB in the most effective way, said PM Nguyen Tan Dung.

EMAIL PRINT Bookmark and Share SHARE Font Size A A A
Other websites:
Partners: