|PM Pham Minh Chinh and students of Phenikaa University at the ceremony in Hanoi to launch the emulation movement on building a learning society and promoting lifelong learning until 2030 (Photo: VNA)
The event was organized by the Ministry of Education and Training and the Vietnam Study Promotion Society to mark the 75th anniversary of President Ho Chi Minh’s appeal for patriotic emulation, June 11.
Addressing the ceremony, Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh called for improvements of knowledge, skills, workmanship, and adaptability amid the rapid globalization, international integration, and the 4th Industrial Revolution.
He stressed the need to develop an open, diverse, flexible, fair, and integrated education system. Much attention should be given to people in remote, border, island, and ethnic minority areas, said Mr. Chinh.
“We must join forces, be determined, make more effort, and take drastic action to motivate and inspire all people to learn and to develop a learning community. We need to constantly study to improve our virtue, knowledge, and physical health in order to contribute to national construction and defense, to make our country powerful and prosperous. We learn to make Vietnam on a par with other countries in the world,” said the Prime Minister.
At the ceremony, the Prime Minister called on the Vietnam Fatherland Front, social and political organizations, businesses, and individuals to respond to the emulation movement.