The Fifth National Congress of the Communist Party of Vietnam was held from March 27-31, 1982 in Hanoi. The Congress reviewed the victories that the Party and people have won in the cause of building and defending the Fatherland since 1975. The fifth National Congress of the Communist Party of Vietnam takes place from March 27-31, 1982 in Hanoi. (Photo: VNA) Chairman of the State Council Truong Chinh leads a delegation of the Party and State of Vietnam to visit the Soviet Union, November 4, 1982. (Photo: Archives/VNA) Party General Secretary Le Duan visits Gia Sang Steel Mill, Thai Nguyen Iron and Steel Plant, early 1986. (Photo: VNA archives) Prime Minister Pham Van Dong symbolically throws a stone, marking the start of the blocking of the Da River for building the Hoa Binh hydro-electric power plant, January 9, 1986. (Photo: VNA) Tens of thousands of Cambodian people stand along the two sides of the road in Phnom Penh, Cambodia to say goodbye to Vietnamese volunteers who had fulfilled their international missions, June 1984. (Photo: VNA) General Secretary of the Cambodian People’s Party, head of state of the People’s Republic of Kampuchea Heng Samrin and the people of Phnom Penh warmly welcome… Read full this story
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