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Professor, Dr Nguyen Phu Trong, General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) Central Committee, has written an article titled “Some theoretical and practical issues on socialism and the path towards socialism in Vietnam.”
Challenges are ahead for cadres who will leave the south for the north to take their new duties and leave the north for the south. If they can overcome the challenges, their capability will be shown.
To succeed, the first breakthrough a nation needs is institutional reform and laws. For Dinh Tien Dung, who has been elected as Hanoi's Party Secretary, this coincides with his view.
Politburo member, Chief of Staff of the Vietnam People's Army, and Deputy Minister of Defense Phan Van Giang gave a presentation on "New perceptions, new thoughts on Vietnam's defense" at a national conference on the 13th Party Congress Resolution.
General To Lam, Minister of Public Security, said that for the first time, the Party has determined that "human security" and protecting "human security" are the goals and orientations for national development.
During the 12th term, 30 official and three alternate members of the Party Central Committee were appointed ministers and to ministerial-level positions, according to a recent conference on the 13th Party Congress’ Resolution.
The report of the 12th Party Central Committee on documents submitted to the 13th Party Congress presented by Party Secretary General and State President Nguyen Phu Trong outlined strategic development issues of the country over the coming years.
In the past few years, Vietnam has achieved important milestones in the process of promoting the digital economy.
Palestinian Ambassador to Vietnam Saadi Salama has been with Vietnam for 40 years.
The year 2020 marked a milestone in Vietnam’s history of foreign relations, when it for the first time undertook two great responsibilities – ASEAN Chair and Non-permanent Member of the UN Security Council.
Reuters news agency analysed factors that can turn Vietnam into a sci-tech hub on an article published on February 1, which commented on the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV)’s aim for the nation to realise comprehensive development in 2045.
To become a powerful and prosperous country by 2045, Vietnam needs to obtain a GDP growth rate of 7.5-8 percent per annum for the next 25 years. Only digital transformation can helps make this a reality.
The first plenum of the 13th Party Central Committee elected an 18-member Politburo in Hanoi on January 31.
Foreign reporters have spotlighted the great role of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) in the country’s development as well as achievements Vietnam achieved during 35 years of its Doi Moi (renewal) process.
The Hanoi Party Committee delegation has 63 delegates, representing more than 450,000 Party members of the city, attending the 13th National Congress of the Party.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has signed a decision on the national programme on high technology development to 2030, which aims to develop and master 20 prioritised technologies in different fields.