Polish newspaper believes in goal of building a prosperous and happy Vietnam

Monday, 2021-02-08 09:53:27
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NDO/VNA - The website trybuna.info of Poland recently posted an article in which author Piotr Gadzinowski shared the belief that Vietnam will achieve the goal of building a prosperous and happy nation as set out during the 13th National Congress of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV).

The author highlighted the CPV’s National Congress, held every five years, is significant to not only Vietnam but also the entirety of Southeast Asia, where Vietnam is one of the motive forces.

He also showed his impression with Vietnam’s long-term strategy on socio-economic development discussed during the 13th National Party Congress with the aim to build a prosperous and happy nation.

The article emphasised that the CPV’s consistent and creative socio-economic policies have helped increase Vietnam’s international position.

* The Canada-Vietnam Friendship Society (CVFS) held a webinar highlighting the freshly-ended 13th National Congress of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) on February 6, attracting the participation of scholars from Canada, the UK, the US and Argentina.

The webinar provided information about a political event of historical significance for the Vietnamese people, and marks an important milestone during the CPV’s development process.

Participants at the webinar discussed Vietnam’s socialist-oriented market economy. Canadian friends expressed their wish to learn from Vietnam’s experience in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.

They also expressed respect for the country’s successes in the past struggle for national liberation as well as the current nation building and safeguarding cause under the leadership of the CPV.

* More than half of Japanese businesses in Vietnam and India have plans to expand their in-country operations, Kyodo News cited a recent survey.

In the online survey conducted by Japanese staffing firm Pasona Group Inc. last December, 57% of Japanese companies in Vietnam and 55% in India said they will expand operations in the host countries, compared with the average of 39% among the 11 countries and territories polled.