VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnam and Laos should further strengthen cooperation in legal activities, especially in the making and verification of laws.
National Assembly Vice Chairman Uong Chu Luu made the suggestion while receiving a delegation from the Lao NA’s Law Committee led by its head Davone Vangvichith in Hanoi on October 11.
At the reception, Luu said that the visit is of great significance as it takes place when the two countries are celebrating the 50th anniversary of their diplomatic ties and 35 years of the signing of the Vietnam-Lao Friendship and Cooperation Treaty.
He affirmed that the Vietnamese NA attaches special importance to its relations with the Lao counterpart as well as supports the cooperation, and information and experience exchange between the two countries’ NA deputies.
Davone Vangvichith, who is visiting Vietnam from October 10-15, expressed his wish that Vietnam will continue to share its experience with Laos in building legal documents and enhancing supervision of law enforcement.
Earlier, the Lao delegation had a working session with Deputy Head of the Vietnamese NA’s Law Committee Tran Dinh Long. The two sides exchanged views on issues relating to mechanisms for the passing of laws and coordination between the NA and the Government in drafting laws.
The same day, the Lao lawmakers also worked with a delegation from the Vietnamese NA’s Legislative Research Institute led by its director Dinh Xuan Thao.
Lao Front delegation welcomed in Hanoi
The Vietnamese Party, State and people will do their utmost to preserve and continuously develop the Vietnam-Laos special friendship and solidarity.
Politburo member Le Hong Anh, who is also standing member of the Secretariat of the Communist Party of Vietnam Central Committee (CPV CC) made the affirmation while receiving a delegation from the Lao Front for National Construction (LFNC) led by its Vice President Buavon Onchanhom in Hanoi on October 11.
Anh congratulated the Lao people on the great achievements they have made in the renewal and national development, expressing his belief that they will harvest even greater successes in the future.
He affirmed that the Vietnamese Party, State and people are always grateful to the Lao people for their valuable support and assistance.
The Politburo member spoke highly of cooperation between the CPV CC’s Commission for Mass Mobilisation and the LFNC over the past time, saying that it has helped consolidate and strengthen the special relationship between the two countries.
He said he hopes that in the coming time, the two sides will continue the exchange on theoretical and practical issues related to mass mobilisation work as well as boost cooperation in realising their Parties’ resolutions.
For his part, Buavon Onchanhom, who is in Vietnam to attend a course on mass mobilisation, expressed his belief that under the leadership of the CPV, the Vietnamese people will successfully implement the Resolution of the 11th National Party Congress.
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