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Nhan Dan Newspaper’s delegation works with Khanh Hoa Province

by NDO27 June 2022 Last updated at 20:39 PM

An overview of the working session between Nhan Dan (People) Newspaper and the Khanh Hoa Provincial Party Committee.
An overview of the working session between Nhan Dan (People) Newspaper and the Khanh Hoa Provincial Party Committee.

VTV.vn - A working delegation of Nhan Dan (People) Newspaper, led by its Editor-in-Chief and member of the Party Central Committee (PCC) Le Quoc Minh, held a working session with the Khanh Hoa Provincial Party Committee on June 27.

Speaking at the event, Secretary of the provincial Party Committee Nguyen Hai Ninh highly appreciated the contributions made by Nhan Dan Newspaper and the press in general to the province’s development in recent years.

Accordingly, Nhan Dan Newspaper has promptly popularised the Party’s guidelines and policies, laws, as well as Khanh Hoa Province’s programmes and plans on socio-economic development, and significant political, cultural and social events in the province to readers across the country.

He expressed his hope for further cooperation with Nhan Dan Newspaper in the coming time in order to promote its land, people and culture to friends both at home and abroad.

For his part, Editor-in-Chief Le Quoc Minh, who is also Deputy Head of the PCC Commission for Communication and Education and Chairman of the Vietnam Journalists’ Association, informed the participants of its renovations in operation and digital transformation in recent years.

The newspaper’s publications have adopted changes and innovative ideas in the presentation and content, making them more attractive to readers.

The same day, the delegation visited the provincial Association of Journalists and presented five sets of computers worth a total of 75 million VND to the cultural and information centres of Van Ninh District and Khanh Son District.

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