Responding to local voters' opinions at the meeting, held ahead of the National Assembly (NA)'s 10th session, PM Phuc, who is also an NA deputy for Hai Phong, said that COVID-19 was brought under control nationwide thanks to the adoption of many concerted and drastic solutions.
Repeating his request for continued vigilance in the face of the pandemic, he emphasized the "twin targets" of fighting COVID-19 and promoting economic growth, adding that the Government would press on with strong and synchronous measures to keep the disease under control and increase integration into the global economy.
Despites the difficulties facing the global economy, agriculture remains a pillar of support for Vietnam's economy, with bumper crops seen nationwide and agricultural products sold at good prices. Meanwhile, trade revenue is still on the rise, and the country is likely to post a trade surplus of USD 17 billion this year for the first time, a remarkable achievement, the PM said.
New industries and processing and manufacturing are still developing strongly, the Government leader went on, noting guaranteed energy security and national defense and security, facilitated innovation and application of science and technology, as well as achievements in poverty reduction.
He said that realizing the "twin targets" is a difficult task, but recent achievements have confirmed the Party and State's clear-sighted leadership, the political system's strong engagement, and the entire people's support for the endeavor.
The PM also underlined that Vietnam's prestige and stature in the international arena has been improving. Amid an array of difficulties, the country managed to assist other nations to overcome the pandemic by offering medical supplies.
Regarding voters' concern about the East Sea issue, PM Phuc reiterated that Vietnam has been proactively and resolutely defending its maritime sovereignty and maintaining a peaceful environment for national development. The country's consistent viewpoint is ensuring an East Sea (South China Sea) of peace and freedom of navigation and over flight where relevant parties seriously comply with international law, especially the 1982 U.N. Convention on the Law of the Sea.
In terms of fighting corruption, the Party and State have strictly dealt with violators in a spirit of "nothing being off-limits", while stepping up asset recovery, he affirmed, adding that the fight will be further strengthened in the time to come.
Meetings between legislators and voters are regular activities before and after each session of the parliament.
The N.A. is scheduled to open its 10th session later this month.
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