Fifth Party Congress
The fifth National Congress of the Communist Party of Vietnam takes place from March 27-31, 1982 in Hanoi. (Photo: VNA)
Fifth Party Congress
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)
Fifth Party Congress
Party General Secretary Le Duan visits Gia Sang Steel Mill, Thai Nguyen Iron and Steel Plant, early 1986. (Photo: VNA archives)
Fifth Party Congress
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)
Fifth Party Congress
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)
Fifth Party Congress
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 President of the Council of State Truong Chinh who makes an official visit to Cambodia, June 1985. (Photo: VNA)
 
Fifth Party Congress
Oil and gas rig No. 1 at Bach Ho oil field offshore Vung Tau, early 1984. (Photo: VNA)
Fifth Party Congress
Hanoi-based Thang Long bridge is officially inaugurated on May 9, 1985, becoming the most modern bridge in Southeast Asia at that time. The work symbolises the Vietnam-Soviet Union friendship. (Photo: VNA)
Fifth Party Congress
Fifth Party Congress: For happiness of people

VNP/VNA archives

Second Party Congress leads nation in resistance, national construction

Second Party Congress leads nation in resistance, national construction

The second National Party Congress passed a resolution to operate the Party in a public way and renamed it “the Vietnam Workers’ Party”. 

First Party Congress: Unifying revolutionary movements

First Party Congress: Unifying revolutionary movements

The First Congress of the Communist Party of Vietnam took place from March 27-31, 1935, marking the restoration of party organisations from the central to local levels, from home to abroad and at the same time unifying revolutionary movements.