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On May 6, in the capital Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Party Central Committee Commissioner, Minister of VHTTDL, President of Viet Nam Olympic Committee Nguyen Van Hung and Minister of Tourism, Cambodian Olympic Committee President Thong Khon signed a Memorandum of Understanding between VHTTDL Viet Nam and the Ministry of Tourism of the Kingdom of Cambodia on tourism cooperation to open new opportunities for tourism development between the two countries.
Fostering heritage values to promote tourism and attract more local and international tourists is an important mission of Hanoi’s cultural policy-makers in the coming period.
The “Outline on Vietnamese Culture” 1945, drafted by Party General Secretary Truong Chinh has created a consensus in awareness and ideology of culture among people, especially intellectuals and artists, and encouraged people’s patriotism and devotion for the revolution, thus becoming a torch lighting the way for the development of a new culture, President of the Ho Chi Minh National Academy of Politics (HCMA) and Chairman of the Central Theory Council Nguyen Xuan Thang.
The Vietnam News Agency’s Vietnamplus online newspaper speaks with Hà Kim Ngọc, Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs, about the cultural diplomacy achievements of the past year.
On the morning of 20/12, the Ministry of Information and Communications held a conference to evaluate 5 years of implementation and implementation of Decision No. 1755/QD-TTg Strategy for the development of Vietnam's cultural industries to 2020, with a vision to 2030. Speaking at the opening of the conference, Minister Nguyen Van Hung said that in the Cultural Development Strategy, the Government cultural industry has also selected 12 industry groups and fields including: Advertising, architecture, software and entertainment toys, handicraft, design, film, publishing, fashion, performing arts, fine arts, photography, exhibitions, television and radio, cultural tourism.