Vice Chairman of the Vietnamese NA Uong Chu Luu (R) and Chairman of the Constitution and Law Committee of the National People’s Congress of China Li Fei (Source: VNA)
 
Hanoi (VNA) – Vice Chairman of the Vietnamese National Assembly (NA) Uong Chu Luu received the Chairman of the Constitution and Law Committee of the National People’s Congress of China, Li Fei, in Hanoi on November 5.

Luu reiterated Vietnam’s consistent viewpoint of treasuring and developing relations with the Chinese Party, State, and people. 

He said he hopes the policies and common principles on the countries’ relations, agreed by leaders of their parties and states, will be implemented seriously and effectively.

Given that Vietnam and China have similar political regimes and lawmaking activities, the Vietnamese NA’s Law Committee and the Chinese Constitution and Law Committee should maintain close cooperation to share legislative experience and advise their respective parliaments, parties, and states to perfect the socialist law-governed state institution and law systems, he added.

Meanwhile, Chairman of the Constitution and Law Committee Li Fei voiced his wishes that the two countries will increase exchanges to solidify their comprehensive strategic cooperative partnership. 

Earlier the same day, the Chinese delegation had talks with officials of the Vietnamese NA’s Law Committee.

Chairman of the Law Committee Nguyen Khac Dinh gave a brief introduction of his agency, noting that the Vietnamese committee and the Chinese Constitution and Law Committee share many similarities in their functions and tasks. 

He added that further meetings to exchange experience between the two organisations will help reinforce the two countries’ solidarity and cooperation, he said.

Echoing this view, Li Fei said that through the talks, the Chinese side will be able to learn about the lawmaking experience of the Vietnamese NA. As a result, the two legislatures will step up collaboration and mutual support at multilateral forums.–VNA