During the working session, the MR4 Command reported to the delegation on its task performance in technical work in the first six months of this year.

Senior Lieutenant General Le Huy Vinh chairs the working session.

In particular, the MR4 Command has focused on effectively implementing military-defense tasks, strictly maintaining combat readiness posture, search and rescue, and closely coordinating with local authorities of six provinces to grasp the situation, so that the command could implement comprehensive measures to fulfill all assigned missions.

The command has also synchronized technical equipment, constructed and upgraded warehouses and workshops as scheduled. Therefore, the quality of technical work has been dramatically improved and the technical facilities at all levels have been ensured with absolute safety.

Gen. Vinh delivers a speech at the event.

Regarding the technical work, the command has completed all targets as planned, ensuring the task requirements of MR4’s armed forces, especially combat readiness and natural disaster prevention work.

At the event, the delegation was briefed on difficulties and proposals of MR4’s agencies and units in technical work, such as the real situation of the technical storage system, technical equipment for training and combat readiness work, vehicles for the prevention of natural disasters, forest fire, search and rescue work, as well as the status of professional and technical staff, among others.

An overview of the working session

After inspection, Senior Lieutenant General Le Huy Vinh praised the great efforts of MR4’s units in receiving, withdrawing, distributing and transferring technical equipment with safety, and ensuring technical equipment for training work and competitions, to name but a few.

Concluding the working session, the deputy defense minister required MR4’s agencies and units to implement the resolutions and plans of the Central Military Commission and the MND on enhancing the quality of technical work in an effective and practical manner, meeting the task requirements in the new context.

The MR4 Command, agencies and units give reports on technical work.

Gen. Vinh required MR4 to concentrate on ensuring adequate technical equipment for its units and maintaining the synchronization of weapons and technical equipment in units performing combat readiness duty.

Still, he emphasized MR4 should carry out appropriate measures to promote management, ensure safety of weapons and ammunition, and maintain combat readiness posture to deal with unexpected issues and prevent fire and explosion.

Additionally, MR4 should pay more attention to raising the quality of technical training, boosting scientific research and technology, and actively conducting digital transformation in the technical sector to enhance the capability of mastering new technical equipment.

Translated by Quynh Oanh