(HBO) - The Naval Technical Institute and the Hoa Binh provincial Party Committee's Commission for Education and Information have played a consultation role in helping implement a programme on coordinating sea and island communications work signed by the Party Committee of the Navy and the Hoa Binh provincial Party Committee. After nearly one year, their join work has strengthened a diverse coordination among the local authorities, the Fatherland Front, the political and social organisations and people.

 Representative of the Naval Technical Institute presents gifts to disadvantaged students at the boarding high school for ethnic minority people in Thai Thinh commune (Hoa Binh city).

Based on 10 cooperation areas of the programme, right in the first year of its implementation, the institute designed an action plan suitable to the local conditions. Its communication work has so far reached 1,500 Party delegates via a conference of local rapporteurs; and 2,160 teachers and students in a bid to attract human resources to develop the Navy.

Meanwhile, a series of practical movements and activities have been held, including a campaign themed "the entire country for Truong Sa" and the organisation of trips for dozens of Hoa Binh representatives to visit and present gifts to soldiers and people in Truong Sa island district.

These activities have contributed to raising local officials’ and people’s awareness on the role and importance of the sea and islands, the history and legal basis affirming Vietnam's sovereignty over its sea and islands; and work of the Vietnamese People's Navy to safeguard the sovereignty./.


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