Vietnam’s Party officials learn Singapore’s management experience hinh anh 1 Nguyen Quang Duong, Secretary of the Party Organisation of the Central Agencies Bloc (CAB) (Source: VNA)
Singapore (VNA) – Nguyen Quang Duong, Secretary of the Party Organisation of the Central Agencies Bloc (CAB), and other Party officials studied Singapore’s experience in Party building, socio-economic development, public administration and corruption fight during their visit from September 19-23.

The Vietnamese officials had talks with Chairman of the Singaporean People’s Action Party (PAP) Khaw Boon Wan, also Coordinating Minister for Infrastructure and Minister for Transport.

Duong stressed that the visit is to materialise common perceptions on enhancing and deepening the strategic partnership reached by leaders of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) and the CAB and the two countries during Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong’s official visit to Singapore in September 2012.

He noted with pleasure new developments in relations between the two Parties and countries, as well as achievements Singaporean people have recorded over the past time.

Khaw Boon Wan said the PAP is ready to share its experience in building the e-Government and administrative reform. He also talked about investment ties between Vietnam and Singapore.

While in Singapore, Duong also met with the General Director of the Singaporean People’s Association, and had working sessions with representatives of the Civil Service College, the Public Service Commission and the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau of Singapore.

Duong and his entourage also visited the Vietnamese Embassy in Singapore.-VNA