Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam has signed Decision No.1909/QD-TTg approving a cultural development strategy until 2030.
Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh and four ministers will go before the National Assembly (NA) for question-and-answer sessions at the next phase of the 15th NA’s second session, according to NA General Secretary and Chairman of the NA Office Bui Van Cuong.
The 6th international conference on Vietnamese studies opened in Hanoi on October 28, focusing on the country’s proactive integration and sustainable development.
Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam had an online discussion on June 17 with the World Health Organisation (WHO) Regional Director for the Western Pacific Takeshi Kasai, who vowed to work for the early delivery of COVID-19 vaccines under the COVAX Facility to Vietnam.
The Hanoi-based 108 Military Central Hospital held a ceremony on April 19 to mark its 70th founding anniversary (April 1) and receive the “Labour Hero in the Renewal Period” title.
Vietnam is working to soon develop its own home-made COVID-19 vaccines, a representative from the Health Ministry told a meeting of the standing board of the National Steering Committee on COVID-19 Prevention and Control on April 14.
Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam said at working session with the Ministry of Science and Technology on April 13 that breakthroughs in science-technology are needed for the country to gain speed in development.
Minister of Health Nguyen Thanh Long has said that Vietnam will focus on the research and production of homegrown COVID-19 vaccines alongside imports, viewing this as a long-term strategy.
Vietnam was a bright spot in 2020 for its success in controlling the COVID-19 pandemic, protecting people’s health and maintaining stable economic development in the context of the world struggling to cope with the crisis.
Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam visited first cases of clinical trials of made-in-Vietnam COVID-19 vaccine Nano Covax who are being monitored at the Military Medical Academy on December 20.
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.
The Vietnam News Agency (VNA) launched a special website on December 3 that provides information on the 13th National Party Congress in different forms and languages.