The visiting delegation also included Lieutenant General Tran Quang Phuong, Deputy Director of the VPA’s General Department of Politics, and other representatives from the VPA’s General Staff and General Department of Politics.

After touring the center's premises and equipment, General Giang and other delegates were briefed on its personnel, organization, and task performances.

Senior Lieutenant General Phan Van Giang and other delegates visiting the center's premises and equipment

Addressing the meeting, the general hailed the center’s achievements in performing its assigned missions over the past years and extended his greetings to the unit’s staff on the occasion of 94 years of the Vietnam Revolutionary Press Day (June 21).

He acknowledged efforts of journalists and reporters of the military press sector in general and of the Military Broadcasting Center in particular in the information service.

The center has well implemented guidelines and resolutions of the Party and State on information dissemination and communications. It has also become a bridge between military units, people, and the Central Military Commission and Defense Ministry. The center’s reporters and workers have effectively and promptly covered military-defense activities in the military units, he added.

In the time to come, General Giang asked the center to continue to promote its staff’s professional competence and further improve the quality of its information service in order to confirm its status as one of the seven major broadcasters of the nation.

The Deputy Defense Minister assigned relevant agencies to record the center’s proposals to submit to the Ministry of National Defense for consideration.

Translated by Van Hieu