Revolutionary Press Day: Media lauded for contributions to COVID-19 fight
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Speaking at a conference in Hanoi on June 16 reviewing media coverage on COVID-19, PM Phuc highlighted the Government’s important policies such as “Fighting the epidemic is like fighting the enemy”, “sacrificing short-term economic interests to protect people’s health”, “concentrated quarantine”, saying that under the Party's leadership, all people have united and been determined to minimise infections in the community.
The PM also hailed the media for ensuring discipline in making news reports to prevent incitement in the society while urging the public to fully comply with prevention and control measures.
The Vietnam Fatherland Front was also praised for its efforts to raise VND2 trillion (US$86.9 million) from individuals, businesses and organisations for the fight.
The government leader mentioned two important results - the lowest ratio of infections to population and the lowest treatment costs. In particular, he said, it is a miracle for the country to have no deaths from the disease so far.
He affirmed that the entire political system has fully grasped, seriously and fully complied with the Party and State’s documents on communications, creating social consensus and encouring patriotism and national pride to win over the pandemic.
PM Phuc also expressed thanks to people from walks of life, including medical, army, public security staff, artists and reporters from media outlets for staying unanimous together under the Party's leadership to fight the epidemic.
He said Vietnam is one of a few countries to embark on a “new normal” situation at the earliest, and the Government will submit a range of socio-economic development measures to the National Assembly to fulfill set targets.
In order to achieve the dual goal of containing the pandemic and ensuring socio-economic development, he asked the media to honour outstanding examples and effective economic models, helping to improve the business climate and stimulating domestic consumption.
About information for foreign service, he requested popularising Vietnam as a safe and attractive destination for foreign investors and contributing to the success of Party congresses at all levels, towards the 13th National Party Congress.
On the occasion, PM Phuc presented certificates of merit to 18 organisations, in honour of their achievements in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
|Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam extended his greetings on June 16 to journalists and reporters nationwide on the occasion of the 95th Vietnam Revolutionary Press Day on June 21.|
Meanwhile, Dam thanked journalists and reporters for their contributions to communication activities, especially amid the COVID-19 outbreak while attending a regular press conference on June 16 held jointly by the Party Central Committee’s Commission for Information and Education, the Ministry of Information and Communications, the Vietnam Journalists’ Association, and Radio the Voice of Vietnam.
Regarding the implementation of national press development and management planning to 2025, he emphasised that the task must be carried out on schedule but requires suitable adjustments be made.
Press planning aims to make the media develop in a more regular and methodical manner, he said.
The Deputy PM appreciated the press’s social criticism, adding that it should maintain this work to contribute more to national development.
He also asked press management agencies to prepare plans and policies to facilitate press development and step up communications to publicise the socio-economic achievements of ministries, sectors, and localities as all-level Party congresses are held towards the 13th National Party Congress./.
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