A delegation from the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) is taking part in a high-level dialogue between the Communist Party of China (CPC) and world political parties in Beijing from December 1-3.
The delegation is led by Phan Dinh Trac – Secretary of the CPV Central Committee, Chairman of the CPV Central Committee’s Commission for Internal Affairs and deputy head of the Central Steering Committee for Anti-Corruption.
Speaking at the event on December 2, Trac highly valued the CPC’s initiative to organise the dialogue, saying that it actively contributes to building strong political parties in the world.
He introduced the renewal policy of the CPV, which defines economic development as a central task and building a pure and strong Party as a key mission.
These tasks are of vital significance to the success of the revolutionary career, he stressed.
According to Trac, the Vietnamese party also determines corruption as one of the great risks threatening the existence of the Party and the socialist regime. Therefore, fighting corruption, degradation in political thought, morality and lifestyle, and “self-transformation” and “self-evolution” among Party officials and members is an important, regular and urgent but difficult, complicated and long task, he noted.
Over the past time, with the high determination of the CPV, Vietnam has attained positive outcomes in preventing, detecting and dealing with corruption cases, he said, adding that anti-corruption mechanisms have been continuously built and completed while measures against corruption have been implemented synchronously.
The Vietnamese official also praised China for its enormous achievements obtained recently under the leadership of the CPC with General Secretary Xi Jinping being the core, especially in Party building and corruption combating.
Earlier, in his opening address on December 1, CPC General Secretary Xi Jinping proposed developing a new model on cooperation among political parties. He affirmed that the CPC is willing to boost dialogue, exchanges and cooperation with other political parties around the world.