Senior Party official congratulates VNA on Revolutionary Press Day

Chairman of the Party Central Committee’s Commission for Information and Education Nguyen Trong Nghia on June 15 offered congratulations to the Vietnam News Agency (VNA) on the 96th Vietnam Revolutionary Press Day (June 21).
Senior Party official congratulates VNA on Revolutionary Press Day hinh anh 1VNA Deputy General Director Vu Viet Trang (L) presents  books published by the VNA to Chairman of the Party Central Committee’s Commission for Information and Education Nguyen Trong Nghia (Photo: VNA)
Hanoi (VNA) – Chairman of the Party Central Committee’s Commission for Information and Education Nguyen Trong Nghia on June 15 offered congratulations to the Vietnam News Agency (VNA) on the 96th Vietnam Revolutionary Press Day (June 21).

Visiting the VNA headquarters in Hanoi, Nghia, who is also Secretary of the Party Central Committee, commended the agency on its recent achievements, noting that it has always upheld its role as the leading news agency of Vietnam that is comparable with regional and international peers.

He expressed his hope that the VNA will remain one of the units taking the lead in implementing the Party’s guideline and the Government’s plan on the press planning and management.

Welcoming the Party official, VNA Deputy General Director Vu Viet Trang said throughout its 76-year history, the staff of the agency have stayed faithful to and upheld its responsibility towards the Party and the people, thereby contributing to the country’s revolution.

She noted that the VNA hopes to continue receiving attention and directions from the Information and Education Commission’s leader as well as press management agencies so as to better fulfill its assigned tasks and deserve the trust and noble rewards granted by the Party and the State./.
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