Hanoi (VNA) – A delegation from the Communist Party
of Vietnam (CPV) attended the 31st national convention and the 100th
anniversary celebration of the Communist Party USA (CPUSA) in Chicago from
At the 31st national convention of the Communist Party
USA (CPUSA) in Chicago (Photo: theguardian.com)
The Vietnamese delegation presented a message of congratulations from the
CPV to the convention.
In an address delivered to the event and discussion with CPUSA leaders, the
Vietnamese officials thanked the US party and left-wing forces for
supporting Vietnam during the struggle for national independence and
Informing the country’s standout achievements in the
Doi Moi (reform) process, the delegation affirmed that the CPV consistently
treasures the traditional relations with communist parties, workers’
parties, as well as left-wing forces across the world.
Leaders of the CPUSA spoke highly of the
delegation’s attendance at the event, describing it as a great spiritual
encouragement for the US party.
Both sides also reached consensus on measures to
boost the traditional ties and friendship between the two parties and two
nations as a whole.
More than 200 delegates from the US’s states and
nine foreign communist party delegations joined the CPUSA’s convention,
which focused on US working class, climate change and Green New Deal;
anti-oppression for equality and democracy; and domestic and global
demilitarization, among others.
he delegates reviewed the party’s building and
development in the past century, and asserted their determination to develop
the party to increase its position in the US’s political life for global
democracy, equality, peace and solidarity.
The convention elected a new committee with 71
members, Rosana Camberon and Joh Sim voted as Co-President of the party.
The participants also commemorated the dead
communist soldiers and honoured excellent party members.
During their stay in the US, the Vietnamese
delegation had a working session with the Vietnamese Embassy in the host
nation, and met with representatives from the US Department of State,
Congress, and partners, discussing issues of mutual interests.-VNA