The Vietnamese Party and State’s policies consistently define human rights as a common value of humanity and human development as the goal and the driving force of the cause of national construction and defense. Over the past years, Vietnam’s achievements in ensuring human rights have been acknowledged by the international community.
In 2020 when the COVID-19 pandemic is causing serious impacts on all countries around the world, Vietnam’s patriotic emulation movements on COVID-19 prevention and control have proved effective, contributing to putting the pandemic under control.
Vietnam’s southern regions have been praised as being among the world’s top 21 best places to visit in 2021, according to New York-based travel magazine Conde Nast Traveler.
After being severely affected by COVID-19, Da Nang city’s tourism sector now targets a strong recovery with several promotional campaigns having been launched.
As of the end of August, 2020, 16 Party organisations under the Party Committee of the central city of Da Nang had completed the organisation of their congresses for the 2020-2025 tenure, through which many valuable lessons have been taken.
More than 200 documents and photos featuring the national construction and defence over the past 75 years are being displayed at an exhibition at the Hanoi-based Ho Chi Minh Museum.
The sixth National Party Congress, which took place in December 1986, was a significant milestone thanks to the introduction of Doi Moi (renewal) process.