VNA holds ceremony marking 60th anniversary of Liberation News Agency Society

VNA holds ceremony marking 60th anniversary of Liberation News Agency

The Vietnam News Agency (VNA) held a ceremony in Ho Chi Minh City on October 11 to mark the 60th anniversary of the foundation of Thong tan xa Giai Phong (Liberation News Agency, October 12, 1960-2020) - the official news agency of the National Front for the Liberation of South Vietnam - which was merged into the VNA in 1976.
60th anniversary of Liberation News Agency: Glorious historic missions Society

60th anniversary of Liberation News Agency: Glorious historic missions

Thong Tan Xa Giai Phong (Liberation News Agency) – which was merged with the Vietnam News Agency (VNA) after the reunification of Vietnam - has been honoured with the title “Hero of the People’s Armed Forces” for its exceptional achievements during the anti-American resistance war.
Liberation News Agency unique in world’s press history: VNA General Director Society

Liberation News Agency unique in world’s press history: VNA General Director

The Liberation News Agency (LNA) is a rare and unique case in the world’s press history, Party Central Committee member and General Director of the Vietnam News Agency Nguyen Duc Loi highlighted in his writing entitled “Liberation News Agency – a heroic news agency”, on the occasion of the 60th founding anniversary of the LNA (October 12) and its being honoured as “Hero of the People’s Armed Forces”.
Vietnam News Agency - 75 years of pride Society

Vietnam News Agency - 75 years of pride

Throughout its 75-year history, the Vietnam News Agency (VNA) has always been accompanying the nation and joining hands with the whole Party, people, and army, along the nine-year resistance war against the French that culminated in the resounding Dien Bien Phu victory, as well as the 21-year battle against the US that ultimately led to the Great Spring Victory in 1975 and the reunification of the country and the taking of the path towards socialism.
95 years of Vietnam's revolutionary press Politics

95 years of Vietnam's revolutionary press

Ninety-five years ago on June 21, 1926, the first issue of Thanh nien (Youth) newspaper representing the voice of Vietnamese Revolutionary Youth League founded by Nguyen Ai Quoc (aka Ho Chi Minh) was published, marking the birth of Vietnam’s revolutionary press as the country remained under the yoke of French colonial rule.
Ha Tinh road named after first VNA leader Society

Ha Tinh road named after first VNA leader

A ceremony to unveil a plaque for a road named after Tran Kim Xuyen, the Vietnam News Agency (VNA)’s first leader, was held in Pho Chau town, Huong Son district, Ha Tinh province on June 17.