Minister Nguyen Manh Hung and the delegation of the Ministry of Information and Communications visited and inspected the task of directly responding to the Tan Suu 2021 Lunar New Year at the Central Post Office and Viettel Industry – Telecommunication Group.
On the morning of the 30th of Tet (February 11), the delegation of the Ministry of Information and Communications visited the CP16 Post Office (a unit directly under the Central Post Department). This is the unit assigned to ensure communication to serve the direction and administration of the leading agencies of the Party and State.
At the meeting, Minister Nguyen Manh Hung affirmed the proud tradition of the Central Post Office. That is the assurance of confidentiality, loyalty, safety, and dedication when performing separate requirements for communication.
|Minister Nguyen Manh Hung listened to the sharing of workers working at the Central Post Office.|
Listening to the sharing of employees working at the Central Post Office, Minister Nguyen Manh Hung said that it would create conditions for the unit to renew its working tools to make it easier to work.
With the viewpoint “if you want to go far, you must come closer”, on the occasion of the new year of Tan Suu 2021, Minister Nguyen Manh Hung wishes all cadres, civil servants, employees and employees working at the Central Post Office. have their own roots, background, core values, because those are the immutable things that can be improperly changed.
In the afternoon of the same day, Minister Nguyen Manh Hung also visited the Military Telecom Industry Group (Viettel) and inspected the network’s work on the occasion of the Tan Suu Lunar New Year 2021.
According to the report of the Global Operation and Operation Center (Viettel Network Corporation), during the Lunar New Year this year, the movement of telecom subscribers to their homeland decreased by 20% compared to the same period of the year. last.
|The Minister of Information and Communications reminded telecommunications engineers to continuously learn to transform into IT engineers, then into digital technology engineers. Telecommunications evolved into IT and then into digital technology.|
Due to the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, many localities across the country canceled the events of mass concentration. Telecommunications demand at places where people gather so many have also fallen lower than in previous years.
The demand for data usage, the number of smartphone users and 4G services is still increasing in line with the annual trend. The number of 2G and 3G devices continues to decline sharply. The Minister stressed the need to accelerate the need for every citizen to have an Internet-connected smartphone, as this is an important condition to accelerate the digital transformation of countries.
The Minister praised Viettel Network Corporation for modernizing its centralized operating center. The number of people on duty decreased but the quality was better. The technical engineers are also involved in the research and development of applications to modernize the Center. Telecommunication engineers are constantly learning to transform into IT engineers, then into digital engineers. Telecommunications evolved into IT and then into digital technology.
|The Minister noted that the spirit of Make In Vietnam is designed in Vietnam, integrated in Vietnam, mastering core technology, being creative in Vietnam, made in Vietnam.|
Talking with leaders of the Group and leaders of Network Corporation, High-Tech Corporation, the Aerospace Institute of Viettel Group, Minister Nguyen Manh Hung emphasized that Vietnam must master the technology, must research and manufacture high-tech weapons and equipment. The spirit of Make In Vietnam is designed in Vietnam, integrated in Vietnam, mastered core technology, created in Vietnam, made in Vietnam. Vietnamese enterprises must give priority to using Vietnamese technology products.
Major General Le Dang Dung, acting President and CEO of Viettel Group, thanked the Minister and the delegation for taking the time of the 30th Tet to visit, wish Tet and encouraged employees who are working on Tet. The leaders of the Group also raised a number of difficulties that the Ministry should soon remove to facilitate development. The Minister and the mission have directly dealt with it.