A delegation from the Government Inspectorate of Vietnam headed by Inspector General Huynh Phong Tranh is on a four-day visit to China beginning on March 21.

The Vietnamese guests met with a delegation of the Chinese Ministry of Supervision led by Minister Huang Shuxian at the ministry’s headquarters the same day.

Welcoming the visit by the Vietnamese inspectors, Huang said the Chinese side wishes to boost high-level exchanges to strengthen the friendship and cooperative relations between the two countries.

Tranh, who is a member of the Central Steering Committee on Anti-Corruption, and the Chinese host exchanged experiences on how to run inspection and supervision activities to fight corruption.

The same day, the delegation had talks with Zhao Hongzhu, Secretary of the Secretariat of the Communist Party of China’s Central Committee and Deputy Secretary of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection of China.

Tranh briefed Zhao on the outcomes of his meeting with the Ministry of Supervision. He stressed that Vietnam attaches importance to its friendship and cooperative relations with China .

Zhao praised the cooperation between the Vietnamese inspectorate and the Chinese Ministry of Supervision as well as the outcomes of the talks.

Zhao informed the Vietnamese guests on the successes of the 18th Congress of the Communist Party and the first session of the National People’s Congress of China.

He also shared China ’s experiences in fighting and preventing corruption.-VNA