US newspaper spotlights Vietnam’s success in completing new leadership
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Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong (second from right) poses and newly-elected State and National Assembly (NA) leaders of Vietnam at the closing ceremony of the 14th NA's 11th session. Photo: VNA
According to the article, Vietnam now has a mindful and influential leadership.
It highlighted Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong and his strong anti-corruption campaign, and State President Nguyen Xuan Phuc with significant economic progress he helped the nation achieve in his previous post as Prime Minister.
It also expected Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh to effectively implement contents set out in documents of the 13th National Congress of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV).
It said the new administration is expected to bring Vietnam into a new era, with new technologies applied in knowledge-based industries.
Russia scholars, media confident in Vietnam’s new leadership
Vietnam’s new leadership has recently been on the radar of Russian scholars and media, especially after Russian President Vladimir Putin had a phone call with the Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong and sent his congratulations to newly-elected leaders of Vietnam.
In an interview with Vietnam News Agency (VNA) correspondents in Russia, Professor Vladimir Kolotov, head of the Ho Chi Minh Institute at Saint Petersburg University, said Vietnam’s current apparatus of senior leaders is optimal and harmonious.
The newly elected top four leaders of Vietnam. From right: National Assembly Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue, President Nguyen Xuan Phuc, Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong, and Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh. Photo: VNA
It allows the modernization of the political system, creates a premise for continued reform and propelling the country forward while maintaining stability and keeping in place leaders who have a wide reputation and rich experience in state administration, he added.
Earlier, also in an interview with the VNA, Valeria Vershinina, an expert from the Moscow State Institute of International Relations University under the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, spoke highly of the new Vietnamese leaders’ dignity and working capacity.
The expert expressed her belief that with its experience and successes in reforming the economy and maintaining a balanced foreign policy, Vietnam will continue posting fast development and playing a growing role in global and regional processes.
In addition, a series of major newspapers and news agencies from Russia like TASS, Infox, and Bigasia have published articles on the new leadership, praising Vietnam’s successful election of senior leaders.
Honorary Consul in Italy believes in Vietnam’s new leadership
Vietnam’s Honorary Consul in Torino, Italy Sandra Scagliotti has said Vietnam’s new leadership will build on achievements in the past tenure, continue with reform and affirm Vietnam’s role and stature in the international arena, Vietnamplus reported.
Italy’s Scenari Internazionali newswire on April 9 quoted her as saying that Vietnam’s new leaders are experienced and capable who will surely overcome new challenges and continue with reform in an effective and sound manner.
The newly elected top four leaders of Vietnam cast ballots to elect a number of members of the NA Standing Committee on April 6. Photo: VNA
She said Vietnam – a middle-income country with a goal of basically becoming a modern-oriented industrialized nation by 2030 – is one of the most promising economies in ASEAN. Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the Vietnamese economy still grew strongly last year on the back of economic stability, upgraded infrastructure, and successful negotiations with major trade partners. Its growth is estimated at 6.8 percent this year.
Another important factor to Vietnam’s success in pandemic response was the involvement of the entire political system and high public consensus. Learning from experience in coping with SARS in 2002-2003, the Government’s every action program was accelerated via a widespread and effective awareness campaign and active public involvement. Therefore, Vietnam became one of the nations worldwide that rode through the pandemic the most effectively.
As ASEAN Chair last year, Vietnam effectively carried out the bloc’s activities to cope with global challenges, contributing to turning ASEAN into a hub not only on geographical terms.
In recent years, Vietnam has successfully signed 11 trade deals, including the European Union – Vietnam Free Trade Agreement.
Scagliotti affirmed that Vietnam – Italy ties will keep growing in the future.
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