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Tran Viet Hung, Vice Permanent Chairman of the Steering Committee forthe Central Highlands region made the request at a working sessionwith the Vietnam News Agency (VNA) in the Central Highlands provinceof Dak Lak on August 14.
He said such apublication will also serve as a forum for officials and people in thethree regions, contributing to local socio-economic development as wellas to security and social order.
Vice chairmanHung said VNA’s coverage of the three region is extensive and diverse,highlighting many latest issues of public concerns.
The vice chairman also asked the VNA to ensure the distribution ofthe agency’s Tin Tuc Weekend and other publications to readers in theregion, in line with an agreement on information cooperation signedbetween the State-run news agency and the steering committees for thecountry’s three strategic regions in May this year.
Following the agreement’s signing, VNA’s news departments, newspapersand television channel have extend their coverage of the three regionsand the operation of the three steering committees. The Tin TucWeekend newspaper has also run a column dedicated exclusively to thethree regions.
The steering committee for theCentral Highlands has asked regional provinces to create favourableconditions for VNA correspondents to perform their tasks, and provideaccurate and full information to the agency.
The VNAwas established in 1945. Besides supplying text and image reports tosubscribed users, the agency has 40 different publications in bothVietnamese and foreign languages, including the electronicmulti-language newspaper Vietnam Plus, the English language newspaperViet Nam News, the Tin Tuc (News) daily, the The Thao & Van Hoa(Sports and Culture) daily, the French language Le Courrier du Vietnamweekly and the multi-language Vietnam Pictorial magazine. The newsagency also runs its own television channel – the VNEWS. It has a staffof over 2,300 employees working in 63 bureaus in cities and provincesnationwide, and 30 bureaus overseas.-VNA
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