The participants are former leaders of Hanoi city and Ha Tay province, former leaders of the Hanoi Capital High Command and the Municipal Military Command, as well as former leaders and commanders of agencies, units under the Hanoi Capital High Command.

The meeting saw the participation of Secretary of the Hanoi municipal Party Committee Vuong Dinh Hue, Chairman of the municipal People’s Committee Chu Ngoc Anh, Commander of the Hanoi Capital High Command Major General Nguyen Quoc Duyet, and other leaders.

Delegates pose for a photo.

Addressing the meeting, Major General Nguyen Quoc Duyet briefed the participants on the command’s task performance in 2020.

Reportedly, 22 targets related to socio-economic developments were exceeded while culture, health, and education were further promoted, and public order and security was ensured.

The Capital’s armed forces overcame all difficulties to fulfill all assigned missions with good results. 

Particularly, the Hanoi Capital High Command actively made recommendations for high levels to deal with defense and military issues. Its affiliated units always maintained combat readiness and training, as well as closely worked with relevant forces to ensure absolute safety for political events while implementing measures to prevent and control the COVID-19 pandemic and conducting search and recuse missions.

In 2020, the command paid more attention to training its officers and soldiers meeting quantity and quality requirements, effectively organized social activities, especially in remote areas, contributing to maintaining political stability and social order, he added.

Moreover, in 2021, the command has effectively implemented resolutions and directions of the municipal Party Committee and People’s Committee as well as resolutions of the Politburo on defense and military missions.

Also, the command has strictly managed defense land, defense projects, military property, and continued maintaining combat readiness, actively accomplishing all assigned tasks.

Translated by Quynh Oanh