Vietnamese National Assembly Vice Chairman Uong Chu Luu has met with Vice President of the State Council and Comptroller General of Cuba Gladys Bejerano Portela and Vice President of the Council of Ministers Marino Murillo as part his working visit to the Caribbean nation.
During the meeting with the Vietnamese legislator, Gladys Bejerano introduced the operation of the ten-year-old State comptroller and inspection agency of Cuba, saying that it plays an important role in supervising and regulating activities of Cuban government and state agencies, especially state-run enterprises.
|At the working session between Vietnamese National Assembly Vice Chairman Uong Chu Luu and Vice President of the State Council and Comptroller General of Cuba Gladys Bejerano Portela__Photo: VNA|
She also briefed the guest on the operation of Cuba's administrative and economic management and monitoring apparatus in the context of implementing the process of updating socio-economic models in the country.
Meanwhile, Marino Murillo, who is also head of the committee for implementing policies to update socio-economic models, outlined key points in policies related to updating Cuba’s socio-economic model, as well as contents of the country’s new Constitution concerning this long-term development strategy, at his meeting with the Vietnamese official.
He appreciated exchange and experience of Vietnam in both theory and practice for strategic orientation sand macroeconomic policy making of Cuba.
During the meetings, Luu congratulated Cuba on its approval of the new Constitution, which creating a solid foundation for long-term development in the country.
He expressed his belief that under the leadership of the Cuban Communist Party and the ideological orientation of historic revolutionary leader Fidel Castro, the Cuban people will successfully implement the process of updating the socio-economic model.
The two countries should continue to promote the sharing of experience in policymaking, and in managing and supervising economic activities, along with enhance practical projects, he said.