PAN’s Managing Editor Senior Colonel Le Ngoc Long chaired the event.

PAN’s Managing Editor Senior Colonel Le Ngoc Long speaks at the ceremony.

The event was also attended by PAN’s Managing Editor Senior Colonel Tran Anh Tuan, Second-in-Command of Unit 871 (under the General Department of Political Affairs) Senior Colonel Hoang Tuan Cuong, PAN’s representatives, and 59 trainees in military in Northern Vietnam.

During the course, favorable conditions were created for all instructors and trainees to successfully perform all contents of the course.

Delegates at the ceremony

Instructors raised their responsibility to equip trainees with journalism knowledge, especially practical experience so that they can apply it to their task performance.

Meanwhile, trainees observed all regulations of the course and the host unit, overcame all difficulties to acquire the knowledge and completed the course as required.

The organizers present certificates to trainees.

Addressing the closing ceremony, Senior Colonel Le Ngoc Long noted that, via the course, trainees were provided with valuable knowledge on journalism. Many of them are reporters and editors from press agencies inside and outside the military as well as political officers of military units.

Senior Colonel Long hoped that with more acquired knowledge on journalism, trainees will become active collaborators of the PAN, while taking part in dissemination work in military units, contributing to raising the quality of Party and political work in their units.

Translated by Minh Anh