Vietnam is growing with rising international prestige: Foreign experts

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(VOVWORLD) - The Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) is an “architect” of great achievements in economic development, building democracy and enhancing the country’s position on the international arena, Steve Rutchinski of the Canada-Vietnam Friendship Society (CVFS) has said.
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In an interview granted to the Vietnam News Agency (VNA)’s reporter in Ottawa, Rutchinksi said the result in the fight against COVID-19 in 2020 is only one of many examples demonstrating the sound leadership of the CPV.

He recalled an online meeting held by the CVFS last year, when Vietnamese health workers and authorities shared Vietnam’s measures to protect people’s health and happiness.
Rutchinksi stressed the limitless potential for Vietnam and Canada to further enhance their friendship.

After the 13th National Congress of the CPV, the CVFS will host an online event to update Canadians about the congress’s outcomes, and their significance to Vietnam’s multifaceted development. The event aims to celebrate the 91st founding anniversary of the CPV, introduce Vietnam’s reform achievements, and affirm the CPV’s indispensable role in the country’s history, he said.

Chairman of the Communist Party of the Czech Republic and Moravia (KSCM) and Vice Chairman of the Czech Parliament’s Chamber of Deputies (Lower House) Vojtech Fillip spoke highly of the Communist Party of Vietnam’s leadership in the country’s achievements over the past years. He said Vietnam is recording a high economic growth in Southeast Asia and the world and will become a role model for other countries.

Vietnam is in the position to reap further economic and political success, and the Communist Party of Vietnam's 13th National Congress will be a factor that helps ensure the nation’s political stability, according to Stratfor, a US-based geopolitical intelligence platform. An article published on the Strafor website on January 29 noted that Vietnam’s handling of domestic COVID-19 outbreaks and prioritisation of production continuity will enable it to mobilise capital to low-end production operations.

In an article published on January 28, the Bloomberg said Vietnam is seeking to boost the role of the private sector in the economy as a push for higher growth and productivity. It said delegates to the National Party Congress this week are expected to approve a five-year economic blueprint that calls for private companies to account for more than half of the economy by 2025, from 42 percent now, and to almost double per-capita gross domestic product in one of the world’s fastest growing economies. According to official plans, Vietnam targets to become a developing country surpassing the lower middle income level and having a modern-oriented industry by 2025, a developing one with a modern industry and upper middle income by 2030, and a developed one with high income by 2045.