The rich reality of the Vietnamese revolution over the past 90 years has proved that the correct and wise leadership of the Communist Party of Vietnam is a leading factor deciding all victories of the country’s revolution.

The Communist Party of Vietnam was born – a major turning point in Vietnam's revolutionary history

A conference uniting the communist organizations held in the Mekong Peninsula, Hong Kong (China), under the chairmanship of leader Nguyen Ai Quoc, decided to unify the communist organizations in our country into the only Party, named the Communist Party of Vietnam.

The Communist Party of Vietnam led the entire Vietnamese nation to the victory of the August Revolution, establishing the Democratic Republic of Vietnam, the first workers’ and farmers’ State in Southeast Asia; opening a new era - an era of independence, freedom and mastery by the people.

The Communist Party of Vietnam led the people respectively defeating every scheme and plan of invasion by the French colonialists, especially the victory in the Winter-Spring battle in 1953-1954 with the pinnacle of the famous Dien Bien Phu Victory which “resounded throughout the five continents and was world-shaking”, forcing the French colonialists to end the war of invading Vietnam.

The historic Ho Chi Minh Campaign, the pinnacle of the 1975 General Offensive and Uprising, was a brilliant milestone marking the success of the resistance war against the American imperialists, bringing about southern liberation and national reunification on April 30th, 1975.

The 6th National Party Congress put forth the guideline for the national comprehensive Doi Moi (Renewal), marking an important turning point in the transition to socialism in Vietnam. The Doi Moi guideline showed the firm stuff and creative thinking of the Communist Party of Vietnam.

After nearly 35 years of carrying out the Doi Moi policy, under the leadership of the Communist Party of Vietnam, Vietnam has achieved great and important achievements, with the country’s increasingly high status and prestige on the international arena.


So far, Vietnam has risen to become a developing country, with an average income of USD2,800 per capita; and has participated in most international organizations, becoming an active and responsible member in the activities of the international community.

Reviewing the glorious milestones in the national history since the establishment of the Communist Party of Vietnam, Party General Secretary and State President Nguyen Phu Trong confirms: “Never has our country enjoyed such fortune, potential, status and prestige as we are today.”