VNA General Director Nguyen Duc Loi (L) receives the second-class Isala (Freedom) Order bestowed by the Lao State. (Photo: VNA) The Vietnam News Agency (VNA) held a grand ceremony at its headquarters in Hanoi on January 15 to receive noble orders granted by the State of the Lao People’s Democratic Republic. Lao Minister of Information, Culture, and Tourism Bosengkham Vongdara presented second-class Isala (Freedom) Orders to the VNA and VNA General Director Nguyen Duc Loi. On behalf of the VNA staff, Loi thanked the Lao Party, State, and people for creating favourable conditions for generations of VNA officials, experts, reporters, and technicians to fulfil their international missions in Laos. “The Vietnam News Agency will expand collaboration with the Khaosan Pathet Lao, making contributions to preserving the traditional friendship, special relations, and comprehensive cooperation between Vietnam and Laos”, he affirmed. After the Geneva Agreement on restoring peace in Vietnam was signed in 1954, the country was divided into two regions. The north was liberated and entered a period of socialism-building, while the south fought against the US imperialists. In the context of numerous difficulties, the VNA unceasingly assisted the Lao revolution by sending experts to Laos and opening training classes…. Read full this story
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