Former Party General Secretary Do Muoi passes away
Former General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam Central Committee Do Muoi passed away at 23:12 on October 1 at the Military Central Hospital 108 due to serious illness, according to the National Commission of Health Services for Senior Officials.





Information about the funeral of comrade Do Muoi will be announced later.

Comrade Do Muoi was born on February 2, 1917, in Dong My commune, Thanh Tri district, Hanoi.

Early participating in revolutionary activities and becoming a member of the Communist Party, he was trained and grew up through periods of resistance war, and national construction and defence. Comrade Do Muoi had held many positions during his career and made great contributions to the revolutionary cause of the Party and nation.

When serving as General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam Central Committee (from June 1991 to December 1997), with his abundant practical experiences, comrade Do Muoi, together with the Party Central Committee, the Political Bureau and the Secretariat, united, led and directed the entire Party, people and army to continue implementing the policy of renewal and Fatherland building and safeguarding, and excellently accomplishing tasks assigned by the Party, State and people. He was presented with an insignia of 80-year Party membership.


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Photos feature activities of former Party General Secretary Do Muoi


President of the Council of Ministers Do Muoi (second, right) visits Quang Tri province on May 1, 1990 

President of the Council of Ministers Do Muoi and children of Hanoi and Thai Binh province who visited the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum on May 19, 1990

President of the Council of Ministers Do Muoi (front, third, right) visits the Hai Phong cement factory on September 5, 1991 

Party General Secretary Do Muoi and delegates to the 7th meeting of the 6th-tenure Vietnam Women Union Central Committee that took place in Hanoi from October 14 to 17, 1991 

Party General Secretary Do Muoi and delegates to the 7th National Congress of the Communist Party of Vietnam in June 1991 

Party General Secretary Do Muoi visits the high school for ethnic minority students of Tuyen Quang province in February 1992 

Party General Secretary Do Muoi visits residents in Le Loi commune of Thuong Tin district, former Ha Tay province (now Hanoi city), on November 1, 1992

The Party leader and officials pay tribute to heroic martyrs at the Truong Son Martyrs' Cemetery in Quang Tri province on March 5, 1993 

Party General Secretary Do Muoi visits the garden of an oustanding farmer in Chu town of Luc Ngan district, Bac Giang province, in September 1994 

The Vietnamese leader meets with Japanese Prime Minister Tomiichi Murayama during his official visit to Japan from April 18 to 19, 1995 

Party General Secretary Do Muoi meets with Japanese Emperor Akihito in Tokyo on April 19, 1995 

Party General Secretary Do Muoi has talks with Australian Prime Minister Paul Keating in Canberra in July 1995 

The talks between Party General Secretary Do Muoi and  President of the Republic of Korea Kim Young-sam in Seoul in April 1995 

The Party chief inspects the guard of honour during his official visit to New Zealand in July 1995 

Party General Secretary Do Muoi (third, left) visits Quy Nhon Port in Binh Dinh province on February 7, 1996

Party General Secretary Do Muoi and students of the An Thach High School in Ben Luc district, Long An province, on September 26, 1996 

Party General Secretary Do Muoi visits the National Defence Academy of Vietnam on December 21, 1997 (Photo: VNA)



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