The top legislator said the ongoing seventh session of the 15th legislature is handling the largest legislative workload since the beginning of the tenure, and expressed his hope that press agencies will continue covering the meeting in a timely and accurate manner.

N.A. Chairman Tran Thanh Man (fourth from right) and representatives of press agencies at the meeting in Hanoi on June 19

Man said each N.A. session draws nearly 500 personnel from hundreds of press agencies, stressing their role in promoting legislative activities and reflecting public opinions.

He asked press agencies to maintain their coordination with the N.A. Standing Committee, the Council for Ethnic Affairs and committees of the legislature in the information work.

Mentioning activities marking the 80th anniversary of the first general election (January 6, 1946 - 2026), Man noted his hope to receive more support from press agencies and journalists to promote them.

General Secretary of the N.A. and Chairman of its Office Bui Van Cuong affirmed that press agencies serve as the bridge between the legislature and voters, and called for their further coordination in the work.

Source: VNA