On June 21st the Party Committee and Vietnamese Embassy in Russia met representatives from Vietnamese correspondent and communication agencies, including the press and electronic newspapers in Russia to celebrate the Vietnam revolutionary journalism day.
The meeting in Laos - Photo: Phu Hai/VNA
Speaking at the meeting, Vietnamese Ambassador in Russia Pham Xuan Son remarked the glorious tradition of Vietnamese revolutionary journalism and praised the role as well as the contribution of Vietnamese journalists in reflecting and helping to carry out the guidelines and policy of the Party and State, including boosting the traditional friendly relations and strategic partnership with Russia.
The Ambassador also affirmed that correspondent Vietnamese journalists in Russia, reflected all aspects of Russia in a timely, honest and effective manner, especially the 6th State Duma election on December 4th, 2011 and the Russian presidential election on March 4th, 2012.
The Ambassador also stated the outstanding achievements and shortcomings of the press in reflecting the situation in Vietnam and Russian Federation, as well as the life of the Vietnamese community in Russia.
On June 21 in Vientiane, the overseas Party Committee and Vietnamese Embassy in Laos organized a meeting with correspondents in Laos.
On behalf of the overseas Party Committee and Vietnamese Embassy, Ambassador Ta Minh Chau congratulated journalists on the Vietnam revolutionary journalism day and praised the correspondent for timely activities reflecting on the Party, State leaders, the overseas Vietnamese community in Laos, as well as the political, economic and cultural activities of Laos and their solidary and friendship contributing to deepen the special and comprehensive cooperation between the two countries.
In addition, the Ambassador also suggested the correspondents should help the Lao press and promote Vietnamese language so that the cooperation between the two countries became increasingly effective; as well as reflect the depth of the Vietnam-Lao special relationship so the people, especially young generations, further understood the relationship between the countries and took responsibility for preserving and developing it./.