PM calls on National Academy of Public Administration to reform training

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has called on the National Academy of Public Administration to reform human resource training to meet the needs of the new situation.

At a ceremony to mark the Academy's 60th anniversary in Hanoi on Saturday, Mr. Phuc said:The development of the National Academy of Public Administration should be combined with building a contingent of cadres, especially those at strategic level, who are capable to work effectively in the context of extensive international integration and the 4th Industrial revolution. The Academy must adopt a strategy of training, strengthen international cooperation, particularly with Laos and Cambodia. Knowledge training must be in sync with morality training so as to build a contingent of cadres, who are loyal to the Party and State and highly-professional.

Prime Minister Phuc presented the Independence Order, second class, to the National Academy of Public Administration and certificates of merits to its teams and individuals.

The Academy has 3 branches in Ho Chi Minh City, Thua Thien-Hue, and Dak Lak province. It has trained hundreds of thousands of cadres, state employees, and members of the armed forces.

Source: VOV5