Vietnamese representative agencies abroad study Party Resolution

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs held an conference in Hanoi on June 28 to introduce the Resolution adopted at the 13th National Party Congress to Vietnamese representative agencies abroad.
Vietnamese representative agencies abroad study Party Resolution hinh anh 1Minister of Foreign Affairs Bui Thanh Son said studying and implementing the resolution will be a major task in 2021. (Photo: VNA)
Hanoi (VNA) – The Ministry of Foreign Affairs held an conference in Hanoi on June 28 to introduce the Resolution adopted at the 13th National Party Congress to Vietnamese representative agencies abroad.

The online conference, the first of its kind, was connected with 81 overseas locations.

Minister of Foreign Affairs Bui Thanh Son said studying and implementing the resolution will be a major task in 2021, urging officials and Party members in the diplomatic sector to grasp views, main contents and new guidelines in the document, especially those regarding external affairs.

On the basis of the conference’s outcomes, the agencies will promptly build and roll out action programmes to soon put the resolution into reality, and organise communication activities to promote the Vietnamese Party’s and State’s guidelines and policies on national construction and development among international friends./.
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