The delegation included head of the municipal Party Committee’s Commission for Education and Communications Nguyen Van Phong.
PCC alternate member, Editor-in-Chief of the Communist Review Doan Minh Huan hosted the reception.
On behalf of Hanoi’s leaders, comrade Ngo Thi Thanh Hang extended her congratulations to the editorial staff, officials, reporters and editors of the Communist Review.
She thanked the Review for its collaboration with the city of Hanoi, which has contributed to the municipal Party organization’s development, especially in the Party building work.
Briefing the host on the city’s outcomes in holding Party assemblies at all levels as well as preparations for the municipal Party Committee’s 17th congress, Hang expressed special thanks to the Communist Review for its positive participation in the key scientific research program, helping Hanoi elaborate draft documents for the upcoming Party congress.
The Deputy Secretary wished the staff full health, happiness and success, while stating her belief that the Communist Review will continue to be the Party's leading theoretical research agency.
Hang also expected that the Review will continue working with the municipal government in actual research work which makes significant contributions to elaborating guidelines of the Party and State.
For his part, Editor-in-Chief of the Communist Review Doan Minh Huan affirmed that the Review will tighten cooperative ties with Hanoi to improve the quality and efficiency of the city’s communication work.
On the special occasion, the Communist Review presented the medal “For the cause of the Party’s theoretical work” to Nguyen Van Phong, head of the municipal Party Committee’s Commission for Education and Communications in recognition of his contribution to the Review’s development process.