Vietnamese army convenes 10th Party congress Politics

Vietnamese army convenes 10th Party congress

The 10th Vietnam People’s Army’s Party Congress for 2015-2020 commenced in Hanoi on September 22 with the attendance of 450 delegates representing hundreds of thousands of Party members in the VPA.

Call on apolitical military out of tune with reality

Forces hostile to the Vietnamese revolution have been trying to promote the so-called peaceful evolution in a bid to undermine the socialist regime, with one of their ploys being the call for “depoliticising the army” which is the core force safeguarding the achievements of proletarian revolution in the country.

Apolitical military – groundless claim

Associate Prof Dr Nguyen Ngoc Hoi, former editor-in-chief of the All People Defence Magazine, has emphasised the need to build a politically strong army and dismissed the view on apolitical military as a groundless claim in a recent article.

In the article, he pointed out that the concept of “apolitical military” has appeared for long time and is used by opposition parties in multi-party countries to limit the military’s intervention in political fights.

Safeguard security and ensure peace, Party leader asks army

Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong has urged the entire political system, armed forces and people to safeguard sovereignty and territorial integrity, the socialist system, and revolutionary achievements in the country while maintaining an environment of peace for national construction and development.
People’s Police seriously implements Party Resolution Politics

People’s Police seriously implements Party Resolution

Party Politburo member Nguyen Sinh Hung has urged the People’s Police to set a good example and lead others in implementing Resolution 4 of the Party’s 11th Central Committee on strengthening the Party and the Politburo’s Directive 03 on studying and following President Ho Chi Minh’s moral example.
Sang urges military academy to study modern warfare Politics

Sang urges military academy to study modern warfare

President Truong Tan Sang asked the National Defence Academy to study deeply the global military science, especially modern and hi-tech warfare issues to advise the Party, State and the army and serve its training.