The Vietnamese delegation was led by Tran Cam Tu, Secretary of the CPV Central Committee and head of its Inspection Commission, while the Lao delegation was headed by Bounthoong Chithmany, Politburo member, Secretary of the LPRP Central Committee, and head of its Inspection Commission.
Chithmany, who is also Deputy Prime Minister of Laos, urged the two sides to continue implementing the memorandum of understanding on cooperation for 2016-2021, enhancing the exchange of delegations and experience sharing at all levels, especially those from border localities.
He proposed Vietnam continue to help Laos train its officials in the fields of Party inspection, State inspection, and anti-corruption in 2019 and the following years.
For his part, Tu affirmed that the CPV Central Committee’s Inspection Commission will work closely with its Lao counterpart to effectively implement high-level agreements between the two Parties, as well as a cooperation agreement between the two inspection agencies. These efforts will further promote the traditional friendship, special solidarity, and comprehensive cooperation between the two nations, he said.
Tu congratulated Laos on the great achievements made by the Lao Party, State, and people during over the past 30 years of renewal as well as the important achievements in domestic and foreign affairs, highlighting their significance in contributing to Laos’ national protection and development.
At the talks, the two sides shared experience and valuable lessons in the fight against corruption, stressing that monitoring, supervision, and corruption prevention is a very important task for both parties.
They stressed the need to promote exchanges and experience sharing between the inspection, supervision, and anti-corruption agencies of the CPV and LPRP.
The two sides also agreed to continue implementing the current cooperation mechanism under the cooperation plan between the two Parties for the 2016-2021 period.
As planned, during their three-day working visit to Laos, the Vietnamese delegation will pay courtesy visits to LPRP General Secretary and President Bounnhang Vorachith and Lao Prime Minister Thongloun Sisoulith, as well as working with leaders of Vientiane and Bolikhamsay province.