Indian communists welcomed in Hanoi

Secretary of the CPV Central Committee Dinh The Huynh meets with head of the CPI -M delegation M.A. Baby (Source: VNA).

Indian communists welcomed in Hanoi

The Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) and the Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPI -M) should continue promoting their relations through the exchange of delegations and theories as well as the sharing of experience in party building and economic development, said a senior CPV official. Dinh The Huynh, Politburo member and Secretary of the CPV Central Committee, made the statement at a reception for a visiting delegation from the CPI -M led by Politburo member M.A. Baby in Hanoi on March 26. Huynh described the March 25-31 visit as a vivid manifestation of the traditional friendship between the two parties and peoples. He expressed his wish that the CPI -M, with its important role in the Indian political arena, will continue to make active contributions to further consolidating the Vietnam-India multi-faceted cooperation and strategic partnership. For his part, M.A. Baby congratulated the Vietnamese people on great achievements they have made in the renewal process. He said he believes that the Vietnamese people, under the leadership of the CPV, will speed up the nation's industrialisation and modernisation process, as well as realize the target of turning Vietnam into a strong country with prosperous people and a democratic, fair and civilised society. He affirmed that the CPI -M will try its utmost to continuously consolidate and further develop the traditional friendship between the two parties and peoples, thus strengthening the two nations' strategic partnership.