Vietnam informs outcomes of Party Congress to Germany’s The Left party hinh anh 1At the event (Photo: VNA)

Hanoi (VNA) – Head of the Party Central Committee’s Commission for External Relations Le Hoai Trung chaired a teleconference on June 24 to inform the outcomes of the 13th National Party Congress to the The Left party of Germany. 

Co-chairing the event were Co-Chairwomen of The Left Janine Wissler and Susanne Hennig-Wellsow.

Trung briefed participants about major contents of documents of the Congress on socio-economic and cultural development, the building of the Party and political system. 

He introduced the article “Some theoretical and practical issues about socialism and the path towards socialism in Vietnam” by Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong and the leader’s speech at a national teleconference reviewing five-year implementation of the Politburo’s Decree No.05-CT/TW on a campaign on studying and following the thought, morality and lifestyle of President Ho Chi Minh on the occasion of his 131st birth anniversary. 

The Vietnamese official affirmed that Vietnam treasures relationship with Germany – one of the leading partners of Vietnam in Europe, and wished that ties between the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) and The Left will contribute to developing Vietnam – Germany strategic partnership in an active, practical and effective manner. 

He suggested The Left supports economic ties between Vietnam and the EU, including the EU-Vietnam Investment Protection Agreement and the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement. 

Wissler and Hennig-Wellsow congratulated the CPV on the success of its Congress and expressed their belief that under the leadership of the CPV, Vietnam will achieve goals and national development vision set by the Congress. 

Speaking highly of the substantial ties between the CPV and The Left, they affirmed that the CPV is an important part in The Left’s external relations. 

They also briefly informed the Vietnamese side on the outcomes of the seventh Congress of The Left, the political situation in Germany before the federal parliament election in September and the political landscape in Europe. 

The two sides also discussed measures to promote ties between the two Parties and nations./.