Italian Communist Party Secretary Hails Vietnam’s Development Achievements

Secretary of the Italian Communist Party (PCI) Mauro Alboresi has spoken highly of socio-economic development achievements Vietnam has gained after more than 35 years of renewal.

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Vietnamese Ambassador to Italy Duong Hai Hung (R) meets Secretary of the Italian Communist Party (PCI) Mauro Alboresi (Photo: VNA)
Vietnamese Ambassador to Italy Duong Hai Hung (R) meets Secretary of the Italian Communist Party (PCI) Mauro Alboresi. Photo: VNA

Secretary of the Italian Communist Party (PCI) Mauro Alboresi has spoken highly of socio-economic development achievements Vietnam has gained after more than 35 years of renewal under the leadership of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV).

Vietnam is one of the models for communist and workers’ parties around the world to follow, Alboresi said at a meeting with Vietnamese Ambassador to Italy Duong Hai Hung on December 22, as cited by VietnamPlus.

The Italian official expressed his wish to further deepen the traditional friendship between the two parties in the coming time.

For his part, Hung thanked Italy’s political parties and people for supporting Vietnam during its past struggle for nation liberation and reunification and the renewal and nation building cause at present.

He suggested the two sides step up delegation exchanges and theoretical cooperation, and promote the image of Vietnam in Italy, especially on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of bilateral diplomatic relations in 2023.

On the occasion of the coming New Year, the Vietnamese diplomat wished the Secretary and other leaders of the PCI good health to continue making positive contributions to developing the two parties’ relations./.

Italian Communist Party Secretary Hails Vietnam’s Development Achievements
Vietnam’s GDP growth is forecast to expand 7.5% in 2022 and 6.7% in 2023,

Vietnam’s gross domestic product (GDP) expanded by 13.67% in the third quarter of this year, raising the country’s GDP in the first nine months by 8.83%, the highest level in the past 11 years, the General Statistics Office (GSO) announced on September 29.

The country’s GDP growth is forecast to expand 7.5% in 2022 and 6.7% in 2023, with resilient manufacturing and a robust rebound in services serving as the driving forces for economic recovery.

According to the latest economic update by World Bank (WB) for Vietnam, the country’s economy expanded 5.2% in Q4 of 2021, and respectively 5.1% and 7.7% in Q1 and Q2 of 2022. Inflation is projected to average 3.8% over the year.

Rosy Huong