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Ho Chi Minh highlighted at Argentina’s symposium

VNA 03/10/2010 - The Communist Party of Argentina (CPA) on Oct. 2 held a symposium, highlighting contributions of President Ho Chi Minh to the world’s revolutionary movement and some lessons from his thought.

CPA General Secretary Patricio Echegaray reviewed President Ho Chi Minh’s activities during cause of national liberation and affirmed that Ho Chi Minh was one of the most influential revolutionary leaders in the world in the 20 th century.

He stressed that President Ho Chi Minh was the first to propose the idea that a struggle against colonialism can become a socialist struggle, which was then applied by many revolutionaries.

The Argentinean party leader praised Ho Chi Minh for his sensitivity and quickness in grasping people’s needs as well as his capacity in building solidarity among forces and social circles to fight against their main enemies, which was a key factor in the success of the Vietnam’s revolution.

A researcher on Vietnam Rogelio Roldan said that President Ho Chi Minh was a master in the cultural struggle to protect national traditions.

Addressing the symposium, Vietnamese Ambassador Nguyen Van Dao thanked the CPA and people for supporting Vietnam in the past struggle for national independence and on the road to socialism.

He said that with the achievements in the national renewal process, Vietnam has been implementing President Ho Chi Minh’s last will.

At the meeting, participants had an opportunity to watch a film on President Ho Chi Minh, life and work.

The Vietnamese Embassy presented a copy of the Ho Chi Minh Works Collection in Spanish language to the CPA./.

 
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