According to report presented by Deputy Director of the General Department of Logistics Lieutenant General Tran Duy Giang, in the first half of this year, the general department has forecast and closely followed situational developments, thus making timely recommendations to the Central Military Commission and leaders of the Ministry of National Defense to ensure adequate logistic supplies for combat readiness and training missions and other unexpected tasks.

General San chairs the working session.

The General Department of Logistics has also directed units in the whole military to take measures to enhance troops’ health amid the COVID-19 pandemic, organized training courses on the work, well managed budget and logistic equipment, and promote thrift practice and wastefulness prevention.

Concluding the working session, Senior Lieutenant General Vu Hai San acknowledged the outcomes obtained by the General Department of Logistics since the beginning of the year.

Delegates at the event

The Deputy Defense Minister said that in the second half of the year, the military logistic force should exert more efforts to complete all targets set for this year. In particular, the service should strictly observe regulations on logistical work, continue forecasting situation and giving timely advice to higher levels, and make thorough preparations for a conference to review the 10-year implementation of Resolution 623-NQ/QUTW on leadership over logistic services in 2022 and the years to come.

He also urged the general department to hold competitions for logistics units and pay attention to raising competence of logistics troops and staff.

Translated by Tran Hoai