Senior Vietnamese and Chinese Party officials have shared experiences to better conduct popularisation and training.

The agreement was reached at a working session in Beijing between Deputy Head of the Communist Party of Vietnam Central Committee’s Commission for Popularisation and Education Pham Van Linh and Permanent Vice Minister Luo Shugang and Vice Minister Wang Xiaohui of the Communist Party of China Central Committee’s Propaganda Department.

The working session was part of the Vietnamese official’s visit to China from November 20-25.

Both sides touched upon urgent issues that need to be addressed, education and means of sustainable development.

They highly valued the fruitful outcomes of the bilateral agreement on their cooperation mechanism, stressing that it is crucial to strengthening mutual understanding as well as press and publishing connections.

Linh said he hopes the agreement will maintain progress while visits by journalists will be facilitated so as to educate young generations about the traditional friendship and all-around links between Vietnam and China .
The hosts informed Linh of the consensus reached at the third plenum of the 18 th National Congress of the CPC, ways to raise public awareness of resolutions and management in press and publishing.

Luo expressed his hope that during the 2014 theoretical workshop between the two Parties in Vietnam, both sides will acquire helpful experience in Party build-up, theoretical research and popularisation and training.

As part of the visit, the Vietnamese delegation worked with CPC officials, authorities and their counterparts in the cities of Nanjing, Changzhou and Shanghai and several Chinese press agencies, during which they learnt about their experience in Party work, personnel training and cooperation between their localities and Vietnamese partners.-VNA