Vietnamese, Lao officials hold online talks

Monday, 2021-12-06 20:15:18
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Chairwoman of the Central Commission for Mass Mobilisation Bui Thi Minh Hoai at the online talks
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NDO/VNA - Chairwoman of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) Central Committee’s Commission for Mass Mobilisation Bui Thi Minh Hoai held online talks with President of the Lao Front for National Construction (LFNC) Central Committee Sinlavong Khutphaythoun to discuss bilateral ties and future orientations.

Sinlavong, who is also a Politburo member of the Lao People's Revolutionary Party Central Committee, expressed his delight at the effective development of Laos-Vietnam relations in various areas, bringing practical benefits to their people.

Vietnam’s achievements provide a great source of encouragement for Laos in its cause of national construction and development, he said.

The Lao official affirmed that the LFNC Central Committee will work closely with the Vietnamese side to effectively realise agreements reached by leaders of the two Parties and countries, as well as between the CPV Central Committee ’s Commission for Mass Mobilisation and the LFNC Central Committee.

For her part, Hoai, who is also Secretary of the CPV Central Committee, said over the past years, the CPV Central Committee's Commission for Mass Mobilisation and the LFNC Central Committee have actively carried out their agreement and improved the efficiency of mass mobilisation work in the new situation, thereby contributing to the successful implementation of the Resolutions adopted by each National Party Congress.

Both sides agreed to facilitate the exchange of delegations once the COVID-19 pandemic is under control, continue raising public awareness of and encouraging people of the two nations, especially young generations, to preserve and nurture the Vietnam-Laos great friendship, special solidarity and comprehensive cooperation, as well as fight distorted allegations aimed at sabotaging the two Parties, countries and dividing Vietnam – Laos ties by hostile forces.

They pledged to continue working closely together and offering mutual support at multilateral forums in the region and the world as well, and creating favourable conditions for mass mobilisation committees at all levels, especially in border localities, to share experience and cooperate in the field.