Present at the event were Vice President Dang Thi Ngoc Thinh, member of the Central Military Commission and Deputy Defense Minister Vice Admiral Pham Hoai Nam, and Deputy Director of the General Department of Politics of the Vietnam People’s Army Senior Lieutenant General Do Can.

Vice President Dang Thi Ngoc Thinh presents the title to the corporation's leadership.

Founded on December 18, 2001, the VTNet is assigned to building network strategies, designing and constructing telecommunications-IT infrastructure, optimizing and improving the quality of telecommunications-IT services in Vietnam. The corporation is also responsible for managing all of the telecommunications networks of Viettel Group in ten overseas markets.

In the coming time, the VTNet targets to take the lead in telecommunications infrastructure and IT. It will also continuously develop smart networks, internet of things (IoT), and provide more services with the use of the latest technologies, such as 4G, 5G and cloud computing.

Addressing the event, on behalf of the Central Military Commission and the Ministry of National Defense, Vice Admiral Pham Hoai Nam congratulated and highly valued the corporation’s achievements gained over the past time.

To complete its assignments in the time ahead, the company should embrace and realize guidelines and policies on economic-defense combined with tasks issued by the Party, State, Central Military Commission, and Ministry of National Defense, said the senior officer.

He also urged the VTNet to ceaselessly innovate, be creative and improve its management capacity while effectively doing business in line with the laws and successfully implementing its digital transformation strategy and completing the mission of creating a digital society.

The Viettel affiliate was requested to apply more scientific and technological advances to its production and services, meeting the requirements of the fourth Industrial Revolution and the increasing demands of customers.

Other suggestions included restructuring its personnel organization, developing highly-qualified human resources, building politically-, ideologically-, organizationally-, and morally-strong Party committees at all levels and promoting internal solidarity and observing the principle of concentrated democracy. These are decisive factors that will help the corporation achieve all missions assigned.

Translated by Mai Huong