Central Offices asked to fulfil advisory role

Wednesday, 2018-01-24 11:40:11
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PM witnesses the signing of cooperation documents between the four Central Offices (credit: VGP)
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NDO - Vietnam's Central Offices should continue to fulfil their advisory role through strengthening their connection with the people to settle any problems from the grassroots level up.

The remark was made by Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc at the annual meeting held in Hanoi on January 23 to review the coordination work between the four Central Offices in 2017, including the Party Central Committee Office, the President Office, the Government Office and the National Assembly Office.

The meeting heard that, despite facing many difficulties in 2017, Vietnam posted impressive achievements in its governance work, Party building, socio-economic development, anti-corruption, and foreign affairs, particularly the success of the 2017 APEC Year which helped to affirm Vietnam's position in the international area.

In 2017, the four Central Offices also coordinated closely with each other in counselling work and effectively implemented the agenda set by the leaders of the Party, State, Government and National Assembly.

PM Phuc praised the efforts made by the staff of the four Central Offices, saying that the good results in 2017 demonstrated the close and effective cooperation between the Central Offices, which should be promoted further in the future.

The PM asked the four Central Offices to continue to boost reform and coordination among Offices in order to gain better outcomes in 2018.

He also told the Central Offices to continue promoting information on Party guidelines and State policy to the people, while emphasising the importance of preventing interest groups and corruption for national development.