Swiss Labour Party commemorates President Ho Chi Minh’s 50th death anniversary
The Swiss Party of Labour cooperated with the
Vietnamese Embassy to solemnly hold an event to commemorate President Ho Chi
Minh’s 50th death anniversary at its headquarters in Geneva on September 14.
Chairman of Swiss
Party of Labour Alexander Eniline. (Photo: VNA)
Geneva (VNA) – The Swiss Party of Labour cooperated with the Vietnamese
Embassy to solemnly hold an event to commemorate President
Ho Chi Minh’s 50th death anniversary at its headquarters in Geneva on
In her remarks at the event, Vietnamese Ambassador
Le Linh Lan said Vietnam commemorated the 50th death anniversary of President
Ho Chi Minh and the 50th year of implementation of his testament.
The late president’s testament has been implemented
by the Vietnamese Party, Government and people, she said, particularly
highlighting his will for Vietnam having “more friends and fewer enemies,”
and “wishing to be a friend and a trustworthy partner of all nations”.
Vietnam is currently a member of various
multilateral organisations, such as the United Nations (UN), the World Trade
Organisation (WTO), the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC), ASEAN
among others. Vietnam has recently been elected to the UN Security Council
for the second time with 192 out of 193 votes, she said.
The Swiss Party of Labour hosting this event shows
its deep respect for President Ho Chi Minh as well as Vietnam and Vietnamese
people, Chairman Alexander Eniline told the Vietnam News Agency.
Several books on President Ho Chi Minh were
exhibited while a documentary portraying the late president was also
screened at the ceremony./.