Le Dinh Vu, Vice President of the Vietnamese Association in St. Petersburg, Russia (Source: VNA)
Hano​i (VNA) – Many overseas Vietnamese (OVs) in Russia and France are looking forward to the 12th National Party Congress, hoping it will set fourth judicious decisions and create impetus for the country’s development.

Le Dinh Vu, Vice President of the Vietnamese Association in St. Petersburg, Russia highlighted the significance of the political event, expressing his belief that under the leadership of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV), the nation will reap new socio-economic achievements.

He hopes the congress will elect moral and competent leaders, helping outline policies to strengthen the country’s development.

Sharing his opinion of the congress, Prof. Vladimir Kolotov from Russia's Saint Petersburg National University stressed that Vietnam’s diplomacy achieved successes and its economy recorded impressive trade growth.

He attributed Vietnam’s achievements to its political stability, affirming that the CPV – the only political party in power in Vietnam – has significantly contributed to these.

Kolotov also hoped for strengthened ties in all fields between Vietnam and Russia in the future.

Meanwhile, OVs in France are expecting that decisions put forth at the congress will help the country make breakthroughs in all fields, contributing to improving the country’s position in the international arena.

Kim Van Chien, a lecturer at the Université Paris Ouest Nanterre la Défense (Paris X University), said it is necessary to have appropriate policies related to economics, health, education and social security, saying that these are vital to promote the nation’s integration process, socio-economic development and poverty reduction.-VNA