China, Vietnam share experiences in party building, state governance

Source: Xinhua| 2017-09-15 21:10:07|Editor: Mengjie
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HANOI, Sept. 15 (Xinhua) -- Dozens of experts and scholars from China and Vietnam gathered here on Friday, discussing experiences in party building and state governance.

The Workshop on Party Building and Governance of Vietnam and China in the New Period was jointly held here by the Institute of Chinese Studies under the Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences and the Chinese Embassy to Vietnam.

Addressing the workshop, Chinese Ambassador to Vietnam Hong Xiaoyong said exchanges of experience in party building and state governance between China and Vietnam constitute an important part of cooperation between the two parties and two countries.

The seminar provides a platform for the two sides to learn from each other, the ambassador said, expressing the belief that it will contribute to the development of the relations between the two parties and two countries.

The academy's Vice President Dang Nguyen Anh said both Vietnam and China have made great achievements in reform and opening-up, which are inseparable from the importance attached to the party building and state governance by the two countries.

Anh called on the participants to make contributions to the sustainable development of the two countries.