Tran Cam Tu, Politburo member, Secretary of the CPV Central Committee and Chairman of the CPV Inspection Commission, and his Lao counterpart Khamphan Phommathat shared the view that the two countries’ relations have continued to be reinforced in various fields despite impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, which has substantially contributed to the stability and development of each country.

The Vietnamese delegation at the event

Tu said the Party and State leaders of Vietnam affirm their strong and comprehensive support for Laos’ reforms, and that they give the top priority to the relations with Laos, considering this as a strategic task in Vietnam’s foreign policy. The country will exert every effort to join Laos in maintaining, protecting, and unceasingly nurturing the special solidarity so that bilateral ties will develop in a more substantive, practical, and effective manner in all aspects.

The two officials informed each other about their respective countries’ situation and the outcomes of examination, supervision, and discipline affairs in the two parties.

They said the cooperation agreement for 2016 - 2021 between the Vietnamese and Lao inspection commissions have been carried out in a uniform, methodological, and fruitful fashion. The two sides have frequently exchanged information and informed about their respective Parties and countries’ situation. They have also shared experience in the Party and political system building and provided each other with documents relevant to the examination, supervision, and discipline enforcement in the parties.

The agreement implementation outcomes are critically important to enhancing the friendship, special solidarity, and comprehensive cooperation between the two parties, states, and peoples, as well as between the inspection commissions.

They agreed to coordinate closely and make stronger efforts to effectively carry out the agreements between the countries’ Party and State leaders and continue implementing the cooperation deal for 2022 - 2026.

Source: VNA