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Vietnam praises CPP

Vietnam praises CPP

The Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) would strive to its utmost to promote the co-operation

between Vietnam and Cambodia, the party said in a message on June 28 celebrating

the 55th anniversary of the CPP's founding as the Khmer People's Revolutionary Party.

The CPV Central Committee expressed hopes that the Cambodian People's Party (CPP)

would succeed in accomplishing its goals.

The CPV believed the CPP would continue to gain new and greater achievements in the

course of building a peaceful, independent, neutral and prosperous Cambodia.

They reminded the Vietnamese people of the valuable assistance and support given

by the CPP and the Cambodian people in Vietnam's past national salvation as well

as in the present construction and defense.

The CPV promised to help increase solidarity between the two parties and nations.

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