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National development measures proposed at 13th National Party Congress

by NDO/VNA27 January 2021 Last updated at 21:49 PM

The presidium at the Congress (Photo: Duy Linh)
The presidium at the Congress (Photo: Duy Linh)

VTV.vn - Twelve delegates delivered their ideas on how to boost national development in the next five years during a discussion session at the hall on January 27 morning as part of the 13th National Party Congress.

Tran Thanh Man, President of the Vietnamese Fatherland Front (VFF), presented a report on promoting the strength of the great national unity and reforming the content and methods and increasing the quality of activities of the VFF and socio-political organisations.

Phan Van Giang, member of the Party Central Committee, Deputy Minister of National Defence and Chief of the General Staff of the Vietnam People’s Army, spoke about how to consolidate and strengthen the all-people defence posture, and continue building a revolutionary, regular, élite and modern people’s army.

Politburo member and Minister of Public Security To Lam presented his views on building a clean and strong public security force, promoting the force’s core role, maintaining national security, protecting social safety and order, and contributing to national building and defence cause.

Member of the Party Central Committee and Standing Deputy Chief Judge of the Supreme People’s Court Le Hong Quang highlighted the importance of effectively implementing judicial reform and building a law-governed socialist state of the people, by the people and for the people.

Party Central Committee member and Minister of Finance Dinh Tien Dung talked about building a modern national finance to meet requirements of sustainable development.

Meanwhile, Vice Secretary of Hanoi’s Party Committee Nguyen Van Phong presented a report on building and turning Hanoi into a major hub of culture, science, education, economy, and international transactions.

Nguyen Hong Linh, member of the Party Central Committee and deputy head of the Party Central Committee’s Commission for Mass Mobilisation, emphasised the need to continue renewing the Party’s mass mobilisation work so as to further consolidate people’s trust in the Party and tighten the bond between the Party and people.

How to develop the knowledge economy as well as international and practical experience of Ho Chi Minh City in the field were presented by Nguyen Thanh Phong, member of the Party Central Committee, Vice Secretary of the municipal Party Committee and Chairman of the People’s Committee of the city.

A report titled “Party and people-to-people diplomacy proactively adapts and promote efficiency in the new context” was presented by member of the Party Central Committee and head of the Party Central Committee’s Commission for External Relations Hoang Binh Quan.

Meanwhile, Secretary of Bac Giang province’s Party Committee Duong Van Thai talked about diverse agricultural development in Bac Giang based on specific conditions of the mountainous-midland region.

Member of the Party Central Committee and Minister of Education and Training Phung Xuan Nha spoke about continuing the effective implementation of the Party Central Committee’s resolution on reforming education and training fundamentally and comprehensively in the 2021-2025 period.

Tran Duc Quan, Secretary of the Party Committee and Chairman of the People’s Council of the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong presented ideas on how to link agriculture and processing industry, export markets and global supply chains in the province.

In the afternoon, discussions on the congress’s documents continued, with a focus on developing agriculture, building new-style rural areas, increasing the effectiveness of monetary policy governance and banking activities, renewing the organisation and operation of the trade union organisation, and building the circular economy during 2021-2030.

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