Hanoi (VNA) – A delegation of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) led by Vice Chairman
of the CPV Central Committee’s Commission for Mass Mobilisation Nguyen Lam is
paying a working visit to Venezuela from July 19 to 23.
trip, the delegation made a courtesy call on First Vice President of the ruling United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV) Diosdado Cabello Rondon, held talks with PSUV
Vice President of Mobilisation and Events Nahum Fernandez, and had a working
session with Minister of Communities and Social Movements Jorge Arreaza.
events, Lam stressed that the CPV delegation’s visit aims to enhance the
friendship and cooperation between the CPV and the PSUV, thereby helping further
intensify the traditional friendship and comprehensive partnership in all
aspects between the two countries.
the solidarity and support that the people and progressive forces of Venezuela have
given to Vietnam during the struggles for national liberation and reunification
in the past as well as the process of national development at present.
expressed his hope that the two sides will increase all-level mutual visits,
maintain mechanisms and agreements like the political consultation between the
two foreign ministries and the Inter-Government Committee to bolster multifaceted
ties, keep expanding relations in such fields as culture, education and sports,
and coordinate closely and support each other at international forums.
the CPV delegation, the PSUV leaders said the visit and other delegation exchanges will
help further strengthen the ties between the two ruling parties and the Venezuela-Vietnam comprehensive partnership.
First Vice President Diosdado Cabello stressed that Vietnam has been and will
remain an example for Venezuela and the PSUV to follow, affirming the importance
his country has attached to the traditional relationship and comprehensive
partnership with the Southeast Asian nation.
his hope that as the two ruling parties, the PSUV and the CPV will continue increasing the exchange of mutual visits at all levels, especially high-level ones.
boosting the exchange of experience in the Party building, state management and
mass mobilisation, the two sides should expand connections in economy, trade
and investment, especially in the fields they have strengths in and potential
for such as oil and gas, agriculture, and trade, Cabello suggested.
visit, the CPV delegation laid wreaths at the monument dedicated to President Ho Chi Minh
in Caracas at a ceremony that was also joined by leaders and members of the
PSUV and other parties in the ruling alliance. They also visited some PSUV agencies
in the capital city and met with the Vietnamese Embassy’s staff and people in