VOV’s thank you message on Vietnam Revolutionary Press Day

(VOVWORLD) - On the occasion of the 93rd anniversary of the Vietnam Revolutionary Press Day (21/6/1925-21/6/2018), Voice of Vietnam officials, reporters, editors, technicians and artists are pleased and honored to receive congratulations from leaders of the Party, the State, the National Assembly, the Government, the Vietnam Fatherland Front; Representatives from departments, committees, mass organizations, central agencies, Hanoi capital and provinces and cities all over the country.

VOV’s thank you message on Vietnam Revolutionary Press Day - ảnh 1

Radio Voice of Vietnam would like to thank President Tran Dai Quang; Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc; National Assembly Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan; Leaders of the Party, State, Government, National Assembly, Fatherland Front, the Party Central Committee’s Commission for Communications and Education,  Party Central Committee’s Office, the Government Office, the Office of the National Assembly, Ministry of Science and Technology, Ministry of Planning and Investment, Political Department of the People's Army of Vietnam, Ministry of Public Security, the Supreme People's Court; Bac Ninh, Tuyen Quang provinces, and leaders of the Central Council for Theory and Criticism of Literature and Art for sending flowers and congratulations and visiting Voice of Vietnam Radio.

This is a source of encouragement and a great motivation for the Voice of Vietnam to promote a glorious tradition, strive to successfully implement the tasks assigned by the Party, the State and the people to be one of the main and important press agencies of the country.

The Voice of Vietnam Radio wishes to continue to receive the attention, guidance, leadership and assistance in all aspects of the Party Central Committee, the National Assembly, the President, the Government and the Vietnam Fatherland Front, the ministries, branches, central agencies, provinces and cities and leaders of the Party and State to successfully implement the objectives of the broadcaster’s development.