Nhan Dan Newspaper opens pavilion at L'Humanité festival

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Nhan Dan Newspaper’s Deputy Editor-in-chief Le Quoc Khanh presents a gift to Denis Rondepierrre, a Politburo member of the French Communist Party.
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NDO - The pavilion of Nhan Dan (People) Newspaper at the annual L'Humanité festival was opened on the afternoon of September 14 at La Courneuve Park on the outskirts of Paris.

The event was attended by Denis Rondepierre, a Politburo member of the French Communist Party, Vietnamese Ambassador to France Nguyen Thiep, the Lao Ambassador to France, and representatives of L'Humanité, the Cuban Embassy, the local government and Vietnam-France friendship organisations.

In his opening address, Nhan Dan’s Deputy Editor-in-chief Le Quoc Khanh stated that this is a chance to strengthen the traditional relationship between the two Communist Parties and their organs.

He informed French and international friends of the significant achievements recorded by Vietnam after more than 30 years of reform, noting that under the leadership of the Communist Party of Vietnam, the country has taken a long journey through numerous hardships since the proclamation of an independent Vietnam 73 years ago.

The newspaper’s deputy editor-in-chief recalled General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong’s official visit to France in March, which was a historic event for both Vietnam and France, emphasising that it is a manifestation of the increasingly warm relationship between the two countries.

Speaking on behalf of the French Communist Party, Denis Rondepierre highly appreciated Vietnam’s annual participation at the L'Humanité festival with the pavilion of Nhan Dan Newspaper.

Looking back on General Secretary Trong’s visit to France, he said that it helped to raise the bilateral relationship to a new height, adding that the visit also created meaningful memories for the Vietnamese Party leader and French peace-lovers who supported Vietnam in the negotiations for the Paris Accords.

Denis Rondepierre said he was proud of his Vietnamese comrades, noting that the role and position of Vietnam are very important today, contributing to the struggle for international peace and progress.





Nhan Dan Newspaper’s Deputy Editor-in-chief Le Quoc Khanh speaking at the opening of the Vietnamese pavilion



Attendants pose for a photoshoot after the opening ceremony.

The pavilion for Nhan Dan Newspaper attracts a large number of visitors.