VNA, Bac Giang shake hands in communication work hinh anh 1At the workshop (Source: VNA)

Bac Giang (VNA) – The Vietnam News Agency (VNA) and the northern province of Bac Giang have agreed to shake hands in communications work, allowing information of the land, culture and potential of the locality to be published on VNA media products.

Under a cooperation inked in Bac Giang city on June 16, Bac Giang will actively provide news on its policies and all fields to the VNA, while the provincial People’s Committee spokesperson will also contact the agency to clarify or reject incorrect information on the locality.

Meanwhile, the VNA will coordinate with Bac Giang in collecting and wiring news of activities in the province in a timely and accurate manner. The agency will give suitable space on all of its media channels to news of Bac Giang.

At the same time, the VNA will allow local media agencies in Bac Giang use its communication products for free, while offering training courses to local reporters and editors.

The provincial People’s Committee will back VNA reporters on duty in the province, while directing localities across the province to provide timely information to the agency and guiding them to book and use VNA products.

Speaking at the signing ceremony, VNA General Director Nguyen Duc Loi pledged that the VNA will try its best to realise the deal effectively.

Chairman of the Bac Giang People’s Committee Nguyen Van Linh said that he hopes the agreement will be fruitful for Bac Giang.

With more than 60 media products, the VNA is a multimedia complex that provides news to all media agencies across the country. The VNA currently run 63 bureaus nationwide and 30 others abroad. Its reporters and staff count reaches nearly 2,500.

The media office also delivers news in various languages such as English, French, Chinese, Spanish, Lao and Khmer – the Cambodian national language.

It has also tightened its communications cooperation with numerous localities across the country, including Long An, Dong Nai, and Da Nang.-VNA