Exploring Vietnam’s Innovation Policies and Experiences: The Egyptian Communist Party

An Egyptian official has expressed the Communist Party of Egypt's keen interest in Vietnam's innovative policies and experiences.


Ambassador Nguyen Huy Dung of Vietnam recently met with General Secretary Salah Adly of the Egyptian Communist Party at the Vietnamese Embassy in Egypt.

During the meeting, Salah Adly expressed admiration for Vietnam’s impressive socio-economic developments.

Salah Adly stated that the Communist Party of Egypt and the Egyptian people are always interested in Vietnam’s innovation policies and experience in politics, economics, society, Party building, and personnel training.

Egyptian Communist Party Interested in Vietnam's Innovation Policies, Experiences

Vietnamese Ambassador to Egypt Nguyen Huy Dung meets General Secretary of the Egyptian Communist Party Salah Adly.

Ambassador Nguyen Huy Dung emphasized Vietnam’s appreciation for Egypt’s role in the region, as well as at the United Nations and the Non-Aligned Movement.

During the meeting, Ambassador Nguyen Huy Dung presented Salah Adly with the English and French versions of the book “Some Theoretical and Practical Issues on Socialism and the path towards socialism in Vietnam” by General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong.

Salah Adly expressed gratitude for the precious gift and stated that he would share the contents of the book with members of the Egyptian Communist Party.

Egypt was one of the first countries in the African region, as well as one of the first Arab countries, to establish diplomatic relations with the Democratic Republic of Vietnam in the 1960s. Since their establishment of diplomatic relations on September 1, 1963, the two countries have enjoyed a thriving partnership across various fields.

To date, Vietnam and Egypt have signed approximately 35 agreements and memoranda of understanding. The annual two-way trade volume has exceeded USD 500 million, and both countries are committed to increasing it to over USD 1 billion.

Hannah Nguyen