(HBO) – The Ministry of Information and Communications has coordinated with the Hoa Binh provincial People’s Committee to hold a communication competition on the sovereignty and sustainable development of Vietnam’s seas and islands. The event was opened for contesting teams from the northern mountainous region and neighbouring provinces. The competition from August 14 to 18 featured contests among mobile teams.


An item at communication competition on the sovereignty and sustainable development of Vietnam’s seas and islands. 

Opening the competition, Deputy Minister of Information and Communications Hoang Vinh Bao expressed his hope that with their sentiment towards the Fatherland’s seas and islands and thorough preparations, the contesting teams would help with the popularisation of the Party’s guidelines and the State’s policies and laws on sea- and island-related issues, especially the resolution onthe "strategy for sustainably developing Vietnam’s sea-based economy until 2030, with a vision to 2045” issued at the 8th meeting of the 12th Party Central Committee.

He also wished they would step up disseminating the historical and legal evidence testifying to Vietnam’s sovereignty over Hoang Sa and Truong Sa archipelagos. The competition was expected to help localities improve the effectiveness of communications about seas and islands and attract public attention.

In his speech, Vice Chairman of the Hoa Binh provincial People’s Committee Nguyen Van Chuong said throughout the history, seas and islands have always been a sacred, integral and inseparable part of Vietnam. By exerting efforts and even scarifying their lives, generations of Vietnamese people have established, managed, safeguarded and affirmed the country’s sovereignty over its sea areas and islands.

He also said he hoped through the competition, the provinces could learn precious experiences from one another to select suitable dissemination methods for their localities, thereby helping with the safeguarding of Vietnam’s marine sovereignty./.

 


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