HANOI TURNED TO FACE THE EMIGRANTS In the process of building a market economy in Vietnam and integrating it into global economic relations, the financial, economic and intellectual resources of the Vietnamese diaspora (vietkieu) abroad are becoming increasingly important. In recent years, the leadership of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam (SRV) has sharply increased its attention to foreign compatriots, recognizing the important role of the diaspora in the process of modernizing the country and integrating it into the international community. Until the early 1990s, Hanoi had virtually no dialogue with the foreign Vietnamese community and even discouraged political and economic emigration. Citizens who had relatives abroad could not become members of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV), their way to the army and law enforcement agencies was blocked, and their promotion was significantly restricted. With the transition from the beginning of the XXI century to a multi-vector foreign policy under the slogan "Vietnam is a friend to all", the authorities of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam took a number of measures to encourage foreign compatriots to visit the country and, in general, were able to normalize relations with a significant part of foreign communities. SECOND WAVE The intensive development of relations between the Vietnamese state and the diaspora, which has been observed since the early 2000s, was due to the desire to attract its resources to the development of the national economy. This was stated in the Political Report of the IX Congress of the CPV held in 2001 and in the resolution No. 7 of the Politburo of the CPV Central Committee "On integration into the world economy"adopted in November of the same year1. The use of financial, economic, informational, intermediary and other opportunities of the diaspora is considered by the country's leadership as an important factor in strengthening the competitiveness of the country's economy in world markets, e ... Read more

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