HA NOI Radio the Voice of Viet Nam (VOV) has been urged to provide information more accurately and quickly to raise public awareness and orient public opinion on the domestic and international issues of the day.
President Nguyen Minh Triet made the call yesterday in a ceremony to celebrate the 64th anniversary of the radio s establishment.
On this occasion, VOV was presented with the Hero of the People s Armed Forces title.
President Triet congratulated the radio s officials, reporters, editors, technicians and artists, asking them to continue heightening their sense of responsibility and developing their tradition.
Voice of Viet Nam general director Vu Van Hien affirmed that the station s officials, technicians and artists were determined to continue fulfilling tasks assigned by the Party and State.
Chinese National Assembly group arrives
HA NOI The relationship between Vietnamese and Chinese national assemblies has led to many significant achievements, said Viet Nam s National Assembly Vice Chairwoman Tong Thi Phong at a meeting with a China National People s Congress Foreign Affairs Committee delegation.
The delegation, headed by Zha Peixin, vice chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee, is visiting Viet Nam from September 6-10.
Speaking at the meeting, Phong affirmed that Viet Nam-China relations were not only those of comrades but also of brothers, which had been nourished by President Ho Chi Minh and Chairman Mao Zedong as well as generations of leaders and people of the two countries.
The two countries had exchanged many Parliamentary delegations in order to share experiences and learn from each other, Phong said.
Vice Chairman Zha replied that China would always support Viet Nam in its development and strengthen the partnership between the two countries.
On the same day, Zha also met with host NA s Commission for External Relations. VNS