95 works win 11th National Press Awards

As many as 95 excellent works by journalists throughout the country won the 11th National Press Awards and will receive prizes on June 21, the Vietnamese Revolutionary Journalism Day.
Meeting of the jury council  (Photo: VNA)
Meeting of the jury council (Photo: VNA)

Journalist Thuan Huu, Chairman of the Vietnam Journalists Association and Chairman of the jury council of the 11th National Press Awards announced on June 3.

Seven journalism pieces will be presented the A prize, the highest prize of the Awards, 24 works the B prize, 39 works the C prize and 25 others the consolation prize.

According to the jury council, the entries vividly reported economic, political, security and defence matters of the country.

Myriads of works introduced standout examples and models in economic and trade development as well as activities to prevent economic depression, alleviate poverty in remote areas and the fight against corruption and hostile forces.

Some works were appraised for their professionalism and attractiveness and great influence on society.

Organised by the Vietnam Journalists Association, the annual National Press Awards this year received 1,637 entries.

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