(VOV) - Last year saw remarkable progress in disseminating foreign-related information about the sea and islands, border demarcation and marker planting.
The Communist Party of Vietnam Central Committee (CPVCC) Commission for Communication and Education met in Hanoi on April 3 to review the dissemination of foreign-related information about the sea and islands, border demarcation and marker planting in 2011 and devise tasks for this year.
Present at the opening session were Politburo member and Head of the CPVCC’s Commission for Communication and Education Dinh The Huynh, former Deputy Prime Minister and former Foreign Minister Pham Gia Khiem along with nearly 600 delegates from ministries, sectors and 63 provinces and cities across the country.
It was agreed that Vietnam’s efforts to promote the dissemination of information about the above-mentioned issues in the past year has helped the international community, overseas Vietnamese and Vietnamese people get a better understanding of the domestic situation as well as Vietnam’s external policy of independence, self-reliance, peace, cooperation and development.
The dissemination of foreign-related information about sensitive and complex issues concerning sovereignty disputes in the East Sea, religion, democracy and human rights has also made the international community and overseas Vietnamese community fully aware of Vietnam’s firm stand on the fight against misinformation spread by hostile forces.
The two-day conference will close on April 4.