Sr. Lt. Gen. Phan Van Giang speaks at the event.

Since 2020, under the sound direction of leaderships at all levels, the Office has promoted solidarity, surmounted difficulties, and worked closely with defense agencies and military units to complete all of its assignments.

Notably, it has effectively given recommendations to the Standing Committee of the Central Military Commission (CMC), the CMC and the MND to lead the military in carrying out defense-military tasks and state management over national defense and cryptography work. It has also prepared documents and contributed to the success of meetings hosted by the CMC’s Standing Committee, the CMC, and the MND, as well as visits to military units by the MND’s leadership.

Attentively, it engaged in the successful organization of the tenth military-wide “Determined-to-win” emulation congress, all-level Party congresses, and the 11th Military Party Congress, served the 13th National Party Congress, and is actively involved in the elections of deputies to the 15th National Assembly and People’s Council at all levels for the 2021-2026 tenure.

At the meeting

In addition, it helped implement defense diplomacy activities according to the Party’s and State’s foreign policies. Moreover, it gave proposals to promote administrative reform in the military, force regularity building while concentrating on building a contingent of personnel with firm political stance, responsibility, and staying ready to undertake and fulfill all assigned missions.

Acknowledging the Office’s efforts and achievements, General Giang pointed out its shortcomings that should be fixed soon.

According to General Giang, to meet higher mission requirements in the coming time, the Office must boost renovation, creativity, and improve the effectiveness and efficiency of all aspects of work. It should also enhance close coordination with defense agencies, military units and offices of Party and State-managed agencies, central and local sectors and departments to closely follow situations and give advice to the CMC and MND to direct the state’s management over military and defense fields.

The defense chief also asked the Office to consolidate its personnel organization, promote administration reform and the building of e-Government, apply information technology to its work, and more.

Translated by Mai Huong