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Top leader offers Tet greetings

Party General Secretary and State President Nguyen Phu Trong sent best wishes to all of the Vietnamese people, both inside and outside the country, on the traditional Lunar New Year.

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Party General Secretary and State President Nguyen Phu Trong sends best wishes to all of the Vietnamese people, both inside and outside the country, on the traditional Lunar New Year. 

 

 

In hismessage, he also wished them and the peoples from around theworld a New Year of peace, friendship, cooperation and sustainable development.


The leader described the just-ended Year of the Pig 2019 as eventful, during which Vietnam gained many tremendous and important achievementsin most of the areas, with great impression andvaluable lessons for the country.

On behalf ofthe Party and State leadership, he thanked Vietnamese nationwide for theircontributions to such significant achievements.

The leader went on to say that the Yearof the Rat 2020 has just arrived with lots of importantand great events of the Party and the nation, the year of the Party congressesat all levels towards the 13thNational Congress of the Party.

With highdetermination and fresh confidence, all the Party, people and army will continue upholding the tradition ofsolidarity and unity, weathering all hardships and challenges, taking drastic actions to successfully accomplish set goals and tasks, and creating momentum and pushes for the national rapid andsustainable growth in the nextperiod, he said.

He wished every Vietnamese family and people a New Yearof joy, good health,happiness and success./. VNA

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