With representative offices in all of Vietnam’s 63 cities and provinces and 30 overseas bureaus on five continents, VNA has a strong contingent of reporters working around the country and in most of the key areas of the world. This is a unique advantage that no other press agencies in Vietnam possess. During the country’s “Doi Moi” (renewal) process, VNA has shown its pioneering role on the information-ideology battlefield. The agency popularised the Government’s orientations and policies as well as viewpoints on national economic reform, encouraging the industrialisation and modernisation as well as the great achievements recorded in the renovation. VNA has provided the public with a panorama of the unprecedented “struggle” against the COVID-19 pandemic in Vietnam and the world as a whole in an accurate manner through its media products over the past nearly a year. Plunging themselves into pandemic hotspots and accepting being away from … [Read more...] about Vietnam News Agency – 75 years of pride
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Hanoi (VNA) – Four defendants charged with resisting on-duty officers in the police murder case in Dong Tam commune of Hanoi’s My Duc district admitted to being guilty during questioning at court on September 8. They were among 29 defendants in the trial held by the municipal People’s Court. The four, namely Le Dinh Hien, Bui Viet Tien, Nguyen Thi Dung and Tran Thi Phuong, admitted that they attacked the police force who were on duty with bricks, knives and sickles in the early morning of January 9. The defendants expressed repentance and asked for a reduced sentence. Also on September 8 morning, several other defendants confessed to their criminal acts. Among them, Nguyen Van Quan admitted that he threw stones and petrol bombs at the competent forces on early January 9. Meanwhile, Le Dinh Uy and Le Dinh Quang said apart from stones and petrol bombs, they also used firework for the attack. Quang and other defendants also raised money to buy … [Read more...] about Dong Tam case: four defendants admit guilt in resisting on-duty officers
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) will open a regional office in Hanoi to increase its public health engagement in Southeast Asia, the U.S. Department of State (DOS) announced after an online ministerial meeting with the members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations hosted by Vietnam on Thursday. … [Read more...] about US CDC to open Southeast Asian office in Hanoi: State Dept.
First of all, I would like to express my sincerest congratulation on the 75th anniversary of the foundation of the Vietnam News Agency. As a Vietnam’s representative news agency, VNA has achieved sustained growth and development since its birth in 1945. In particular, it has made remarkable development under Mr. Nguyen Duc Loi’s excellent leadership over the last decade, actively coping with rapidly-changing media environment and leading a digital new media market. As key news agencies representing South Korean and Vietnam respectively, Yonhap and VNA have maintained close exchanges and cooperation for a long period of time. Both agencies have cooperated closely in a variety of fields for a long time, including personal exchanges in both levels of top management and employees and news content exchange. I had the opportunity of participating in the OANA Executive Board Meeting, which was hosted by VNA in Hanoi on April, 2019. I was deeply moved by VNA’s … [Read more...] about Yonhap President congratulates Vietnam News Agency on 75th founding day
The ministry is in the process of selecting investors and contractors to implement three sub-projects of Mai Son-National Highway No 45, Phan Thiet-Dau Giay and Vinh Hao-Phan Thiet under the North-South Expressway project. The three sub-projects were changed from the model of public-private partnership (PPP) to the public investment model in June. … [Read more...] about Transport Ministry orders agencies speed up land clearance for expressway