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Minister of Cultural Affairs Mohamed Zine El Abidine signed on Tuesday 20 August 2019 a framework agreement with the Tunisian Foundation for Copyright and Neighboring Rights in the presence of the Director General of the Foundation Mr. Youssef Ben Ibrahim and the participation of a number of ministry's frameworks.
In the morning of August 15, in Hanoi, Deputy Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Le Quang Tung had a working session with the Copyright Office and related units on the implementation of Decision No. 1755 / QD-TTg dated September 8 / 2016 of the Prime Minister approved the Strategy for development of Vietnam's cultural industries to 2020, with a vision to 2030.
La Administración Nacional de Patrimonio Cultural (ANPC) de China está solicitando opiniones del público sobre un proyecto de revisión de la ley sobre protección del patrimonio cultural.
The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism has just issued Notice No. 3058 / TB-BVHTTDL announcing the Conclusion of Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Nguyen Ngoc Thien at the Conference on preliminary review of the first 6 months and implementing the tasks of the last 6 months of 2019.
Recently, at the National Assembly Guest House (27A Tran Hung Dao, Hanoi), the National Committee for Culture, Education, Youth, Youth and Children of the National Assembly (VHTDT) organized a conference to consult experts on Draft Library Law to complete the Library Law Project and submit it to the National Assembly for approval at the VIII session of the XIV National Assembly.
The performance of the State Culture Council (CEC) for next year, the integration with the Bipartite Intergovernmental Commission (CIB) and new projects of the State Secretariat of Culture, Sport and Leisure (Secel) were the central themes of two days of meetings.