Chairman of the CPV Central Committee’s Commission for Internal Affairs Phan Dinh Trac (L) and Deputy Secretary of the CPC Central Committee’s Discipline Inspection Commission Yang Xiaodu (Photo: VNA)

Beijing (VNA) – A delegation of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) is paying a working visit to China from November 26 to December 3 during which they will also attend a high-level dialogue between the Communist Party of China (CPC) and world political parties.

The delegation, led by Phan Dinh Trac – Secretary of the CPV Central Committee, Chairman of the CPV Central Committee’s Commission for Internal Affairs and deputy head of the Central Steering Committee for Anti-Corruption, had a meeting on November 29 with Yang Xiaodu – member of the CPC’s Politburo, Secretary of the CPC Central Committee’s Secretariat and Deputy Secretary of the CPC Central Committee’s Discipline Inspection Commission.

Trac highly valued the enormous achievements China recently obtained. He voiced his belief that under the leadership of the CPC with General Secretary Xi Jinping being the core, China will successfully attain the targets set at the CPC’s 19th National Congress.

He expressed his delight at recent developments in relations between the two Parties and the two countries, affirming that the Vietnamese Party, State and people sincerely want to join their Chinese counterparts in promoting the two countries’ neighbourliness and comprehensive strategic cooperative partnership in a stable, healthy, sustainable and substantive manner, thus actively contributing to each country’s development as well as peace, stability and development in the region and the world.

For his part, Yang also congratulated Vietnam’s successes in socio-economic development, Party building and corruption fight. He noted that led by the CPV, the Vietnamese people will achieve the targets set at the CPV’s 12th National Congress and gain even greater accomplishments in reform and socialism building.

He reiterated that the Chinese Party, State and people attach special importance to relations with Vietnam and are ready to together with the country make all-out efforts to foster bilateral ties.

He also applauded the progress in China-Vietnam relations, adding that he wishes both sides will increase high-ranking visits, enhance political trust, step up strategic connectivity, and increase people-to-people exchanges.

Also on November 29, the CPV delegation had talks with the CPC Central Committee’s Discipline Inspection Commission to learn about China’s experience in Party building and corruption fight.

They will attend the CPC’s high-level dialogue with world political parties from December 1 to 3.-VNA