The event was chaired by Chief of the General Department of Logistics Lieutenant General Tran Duy Giang. 

The conference reviewed that in the first quarter of 2022, the military logistics sector closely followed the resolutions of the Central Military Commission and military and defense missions. Logistics agencies and units pro-actively overcame difficulties and comprehensively implemented assigned missions, contributing to well ensuring logistic services for missions and improving troops’ living standards.

An overview of the conference

In addition, under the instruction of the General Department of Logistics, agencies and units have responded to pandemic prevention and control in a safe, flexible, and effective manner.

Speaking at the event, Lieutenant General Tran Duy Giang asked the military logistics service to ensure and prepare forces, vehicles, and equipment for combat readiness, regular, and unexpected missions.

He requested agencies and units to continue carrying out the prevention and control of the COVID-19 pandemic and other diseases and pay attention to mobilizing resources to improve troops’ living standards.

Together with promoting administrative reform, developing e-government, and carrying out digital transformation in logistics work, the sector should promote thrift practice and waste combat and the implementation of the “Military logistics sector follows President Ho Chi Minh’s teachings” emulation movement, General Giang added. 

Translated by Tran Hoai