Head of the Party Central Committee’s Commission for Popularisation and Education Nguyen Trong Nghia delivers the closing speech at the conference. (Photo: VNA)
Hanoi, (VNA) – Head of the Party Central Committee’s Commission for
Popularisation and Education Nguyen Trong Nghia asked Party committees of
provinces, centrally-run cities, centrally-run Party committees and Party
organisations to continue to organize conferences to popularise the documents
of the 13th National Party Congress to all officials and Party
his closing remarks at a two-day national teleconference to study the resolution
of the 13th National Party Congress on March 28, Nghia said immediately
after this conference, all organisations, agencies, units, localities must urgently
build plans of actions and plans to carry out the resolution of the 13th National Party Congress.
also required the mass media and rapporteurs at all levels to intensify
communication activities to spread the essential content of the Party Congress’s
documents, while fighting distorted, misled and hostile viewpoints so as to
orient public opinions in the direction of honouring and spreading the good
deeds to defeat the bad, thus contributing to strengthening confidence in the
goal of building a prosperous and happy country.
two days of March 27 and 28, key officials of Party committees,
administrations, Vietnam Fatherland Front committees, and socio-political
organisations as well as many cadres and Party members attended the conference.
at the event included members of the Politburo and the Party Central Committee’s
Secretariat of the 13th tenure. They presented the key issues, new
perceptions and mindset in the documents of the 13th National Party
Congress, so as to help the participants gain deep understanding of the
speakers also analysed the achievements and lessons learnt from the 35 years
implementing the renewal cause, clarified the advantages, opportunities as well
as difficulties and challenges the country is facing in the time ahead, and
guided the participants in how to apply the knowledge in implementing their
organisations’ political tasks during the 2021-2026 tenure. /.