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Vietnam expects to increase theoretic exchange, co-op with China

2009-12-21 08:48:44 GMT2009-12-21 16:48:44 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

HANOI, Dec. 21 (Xinhua) -- To Huy Rua, a senior official of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) said here on Monday that Vietnam expects to increase theoretical exchange and cooperation in party building with China.

Rua, head of the Publicity and Education Department of the CPV Central Committee made the remarks when receiving a Chinese delegation headed by Zhang Xiaolin, editor-in-chief of the Qiushi (Seeking Truth) journal, a publication run by the Communist Party of China Central Committee.

Rua said the theoretical exchanges and cooperation could lay a solid foundation for the continuous development of the two countries' innovation and open-up causes.

Rua expected the publications of the two communist parties could enhance cooperation to provide strong support for building socialism in the two countries.

Zhang said China and Vietnam shoulder similar tasks and face similar problems in the construction of the socialist causes. The two sides should intensify cooperation in the research into party building theories.

Zhang said his delegation has learned experiences during the visit from Vietnamese side in party building, anti-corruption and theory exploration. Zhang said the publications of the two parties should continue cooperation as the two countries deepen reform and open-up causes.

Zhang's delegation is in Vietnam at the invitation of Vietnamese journal Communism run by CPV.

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