Natural resources and environmenr magazine and 12 other magazines sign competition agreement to build a culturel environment in the press agencies and journalists culture of VietNam

01/10/2023

TN&MTOn the morning of April 21, at the headquarters of the Vietnam Journalists Association, the Natural Resources and Environment magazine and 12 other magazines organized a forum and signed a competition agreement titled "Building a Cultural Environment in press agencies and the Culture of journalists in Vietnam 2023."

This event is also a practical activity to celebrate the 73rd anniversary of the establishment of the Vietnam Journalists Association (April 21, 1950 - April 21, 2023) and the 98th anniversary of the Revolutionary Press Day of Vietnam (June 21, 1925 - June 21, 2023).

Deputy Head of the Central Propaganda Department Tran Thanh Lam delivered a speech at the signing ceremony.

Speaking at the ceremony, Mr. Tran Thanh Lam, Deputy Head of the Central Propaganda Department, highly praised the initiative of the Journalists magazine, the Vietnamese Mechanical Engineering magazine, and the Transport magazine for successfully bringing together 10 other magazines to participate in this competition for the first time. Mr. Tran Thanh Lam emphasized that the movement to build a cultural environment in press agencies is a necessary and significant activity for press agencies and journalists to realize the goal of building a professional, humane, and modern press and communication. This competitive movement should be expanded to attract more newspapers and magazines to participate.

Director of the Press Department Luu Dinh Phuc delivered a speech at the ceremony.

According to Mr. Luu Dinh Phuc, Director of the Press Department (Ministry of Information and Communications), managing the culture within press agencies requires effectively handling five relationships: between journalists themselves, between press agencies and the public, between the press and organizations and individuals, between the press and politics, law, ethics, and between reporters themselves. If these relationships are managed well and harmonized, they will lead to success and unity in building press culture in general and within each press agency.

Ms. Tran Thi Lan, Deputy Editor-in-Chief of the Journalists magazine, spoke at the ceremony.

Ms. Tran Thi Lan, Deputy Editor-in-Chief of the Journalists magazine, said that the position, role, and responsibility of the revolutionary press of Vietnam in the cause of building, developing, and protecting the homeland are of utmost importance. Therefore, promoting the press culture spirit in each press agency, among each journalist, plays a crucial role in helping press agencies improve their efficiency in their operational tasks, serving the cause of building and protecting the homeland.

Mr. Nguyen Van Huong, Deputy Editor-in-Chief of the Transport Magazine, spoke at the ceremony.

Mr. Nguyen Van Huong, Deputy Editor-in-Chief of the Transport magazine, speaking on behalf of the leaders of the 13 magazines, shared that after this forum, each magazine will base on its functions and tasks to concretize the six criteria for press agency culture and the six criteria for journalists. They aim to maximize the effectiveness of the forum's activities within their respective agencies. Particularly important is implementing President Ho Chi Minh's exhortation: "Journalists are also revolutionary soldiers. Their pens and paper are sharp weapons... To fulfill their glorious mission, journalists need to cultivate revolutionary ethics, strive to improve their ideological, professional, and cultural qualifications, focus on political learning to grasp the Party and Government's guidelines and policies, delve into reality, and connect with the working class."

The Editor-in-Chief of the Natural Resources and Environment magazine, Dao Xuan Hung, speaking at the signing ceremony

Mr. Dao Xuan Hung, Editor-in-Chief of the Natural Resources and Environment magazine, said that this is an opportunity for magazines to connect and propagate the press culture and environmental culture. Each press agency has its mission and purpose, so building a cultural environment within press agencies is an essential task. Mr. Dao Xuan Hung hopes that through this agreement, the spirit and uniqueness of each press agency can be spread to other press agencies.

"The Editors-in-Chief of the magazines collectively signed the commitment to 'Building a Cultural Environment within the Press Agencies and the Culture of Vietnamese Journalists 2023.'"

Mr. Dương Thanh Bình, Editor-in-Chief of the Mechanical Engineering Vietnam Magazine, delivered a speech.

Editor-in-Chief of the Businessman Magazine, Nguyen Thuy Duong shared at the forum.

Mr. Nguyen Van Toan, Editor-in-Chief of the Environment and Life Magazine, shared his insights at the forum

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