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Diplomatic corps, int’l organisations informed about 13th National Party Congress

The diplomatic corps and representatives of international organisations in Vietnam are invited to attend the opening and closing sessions of the upcoming 13th National Party Congress, 

which is scheduled to take place in Hanoi from January 25 to February 2, heard a meeting on January 18.

 

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Representatives of the diplomatic corps and international organisations at the meeting (Photo: VNA)

The congress will see the attendance of 1,587 delegates representing nearly 5.2 million Party members nationwide, Chairman of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) Central Committee’s Commission for External Relations Hoang Binh Quan said when briefing the diplomatic corps and representatives of international organisations about the preparations for the big event.

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Representatives of the diplomatic corps and international organisations at the meeting (Photo: VNA)

He said that after 35 years of the “Doi moi” (Renewal) process, Vietnam has obtained various major and historic achievements in constructing and safeguarding the socialist Vietnamese Fatherland.

Draft documents to be submitted to the 13th National Party Congress received high consensus as well as feedback from Party members, people from all walks of life, including overseas Vietnamese, as well as former Party and State leaders, National Assembly deputies, the Vietnam Fatherland Front, social-political organisations, scientists and managers, Quan noted.

The Party official also affirmed that the CPV has paid special attention to the personnel work, considering it a key task. The personnel preparations have been carried out thoroughly to ensure that candidates who have firm political mettle, pure morality, outstanding capacity and strategic vision will be elected to the 13th Party Central Committee.

Foreign ambassadors and diplomats attending the meeting, which was held by the CPV Central Committee, expressed their belief that the 13th National Party Congress will be organised successfully and set out policies and guidelines for a new development period for the country, continuing to lead Vietnam to more important accomplishments in the coming time.

Journalists to receive optimal conditions at 13th National Party Congress

Preparations for the press centre for the 13th National Party Congress have been basically completed, according to Le Manh Hung, deputy head of the Party Central Committee’s Commission for Information and Education.

Hung, who is also director of the press centre, and Nguyen Dac Vinh, member of the Party Central Committee and deputy chief of the committee’s Office, inspected the preparations at the centre on January 18.

The centre has put forth specific programmes and scenarios to facilitate the operation of reporters, he added, stressing the need for reporters to follow set regulations.

A press conference on the organisation of the National Party Congress is scheduled to take place following the inaugural ceremony of the centre on January 22, Hung said.

The Commission for Information and Education said nearly 500 domestic reporters and technicians, and more than 60 correspondents from foreign news agencies have registered to work at the press centre. More than 60 reporters will cover the congress online.

All reporters present at the centre will undergo COVID-19 testing, at the request of organisers.

An exhibition displaying books and newspapers on the Party Congress will open on January 22./.VNA

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