03/04/2015 10:00 GMT+7 Email Print Like 0

Venezuelan mass mobilisation presented in Hanoi

Hanoi, April 2 (VNA) – Vice President of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV) Dario Vivas gave a presentation on the mass mobilisation of the Bolivarian revolution during an international workshop in Hanoi on April 2.

The event was held by the Ho Chi Minh National Academy of Politics and Public Administration and the Venezuelan Embassy in Vietnam.

Dario Vivas, who is also Vice President of the Inter-Parliamentary Union’s (IPU) Executive Committee, mentioned the context and remarkable events in the contemporary history of Venezuela as well as the basic contents of the mass mobilisation in the country.

He also underlined the fundamental tasks of the PSUV, including its commitment to end inequality and promote social welfare policies to improve the living standards of its people.

The parliamentarian also spotlighted the PSUV’s policies and guidelines in mobilising the masses and boosting the local economy.

Deputy Head of the Ho Chi Minh National Academy of Politics and Public Administration Nguyen Viet Thao, who is also President of the Vietnam-Venezuela Friendship Association, extolled the contributions of the Venezuelan delegation to the success of the IPU-132 Assembly – which wrapped up in Hanoi on April 1.

He said his academy is eager to study the Bolivarian revolution, which is included in the workshop’s agenda.

He added that the presentation of the parliamentarian will provide experts with useful information and documents to serve their lecturing, and especially those who want to study Venezuela in depth.

On the occasion, the Venezuelan Embassy introduced the late President Hugo Chavez’s “Blue Book” to the workshop.

Talking with the Vietnam News Agency reporters, Dario Vivas spoke highly of Vietnam’s IPU-132 organisation, revealing that Speaker of the Venezuela National Assembly Diosdado Cabello will visit Vietnam in the coming time to provide a safeguard to economic agreements reached by the two countries.