Leaders of Cambodia and Russia, as well as those of foreign parties have sent their condolences to leaders of the Vietnamese Party, State, Government, people and family of former Party Chief Do Muoi over his passing away.


More than 1,500 delegations totaling over 50,000 people and more than 100 diplomatic delegations had paid their last respect to former Party Chief Do Muoi in Hanoiand Ho Chi Minh City. (Photo: VNA)

In his message, Cambodian King Norodom Sihamoni described the deceased as an outstanding leader who had made active contributions to the national construction and development of Vietnam. His passing away is a great loss to the Vietnamese nation and people, the monarch said.

Meanwhile, Chairman of the Cambodian People’s Party Hun Sen also expressed his grief at the news of the passing away of former Party Chief Do Muoi. The Cambodian leader called him a heroic leader who worked untiringly for the revolutionary cause of the Vietnamese Party as well as the national reconstruction and development. The deceased’s whole-hearted services to Vietnam will surely be remembered, Hun Sen affirmed.

For his part, Russian Prime Minister and head of the United Russia political party in Russia Dmitry Medvedev described former Party Chief Do Muoi as an outstanding politician of Vietnam who was always associated with the struggle for national independence, construction and development of the country. He highlighted that the deceased had made great contributions to the consolidation of the Russisa-Vietnam relations, and stressed that Russia will forever remember Do Muoi as a good friend of his country.

Besides, leaders of many political parties in India, Urugay, Turkey, Republic of Korea, Portugal and Brazil have also sent their condolences to Vietnamese leaders over the passing of Do Muoi.

 

                       Source: NDO

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