Le Thi Thu Hang, Director of the Press - Information Department under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA), on May 15 granted licences to foreign press agencies to establish representative offices in Vietnam.
The Ministry of Information and Communications (MoIT) has proposed the Prime Minister consider support for businesses involved in information – communications and press activities, saying they are also facing difficulties caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Press agencies should exert more efforts to prevent and combat corruption along with protecting the Party’s ideological foundation, said member of the Politburo and the Central Steering Committee for Anti-Corruption Vo Van Thuong.
VOV.VN - Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh has extolled media agencies’ contributions to imparting the Party and State's foreign-related information to the public and the world.
The Vietnam Journalists Association (VJA) on April 22 officially launched its portal at the sites: www://hoinhabaovietnam.vn, www://nhabaovn.vn and www://chandungnhabao.vn.
The Ministry of Information and Communications said on November 21 that it has decided to fine 50 press agencies for publishing false information on fish sauce with excessive amounts of arsenic.
Press agencies must operate under their set principles and objectives and journalists must always keep their professional ethics, Minister of Information and Communication Truong Minh Tuan has said.
Coordination between the State Audit Office of Vietnam and press agencies contribute to raising public awareness of audit-related law observance and the role played by the agency, heard a conference in Hanoi on June 14.
(VOV) -Press agencies and journalists nationwide received compliments on their significant contributions to the country’s achievements in recent years at the National Press Conference 2015 held in Hanoi on December 30.
The Ministry of Information and Communications on August 19 issued a document requesting press agencies to abide by regulations under the Law on Journalism.
Five hundred representatives of the Vietnam Journalists Association and press agencies nationwide attended a ceremony to mark the 65th anniversary of the association in Hanoi on April 20.
Chairman of the Hanoi People’s Committee Nguyen The Thao has attributed the capital’s impressive growth to the enthusiastic contribution of press agencies, especially in the mass mobilisation work.
Freedom of speech and press has always been a global issue, which is not only a concern of every nation’s leaders but also a fundamental requirement of human rights.
Many domestic press agencies signed a cooperation agreement with the “Life is Beautiful” programme in Hanoi on July 6, in a bid to provide support to the Vietnamese Agent Orange (AO)/dioxin victims.