National Creative Youth Festival honours 37 projects

Update: 16:42 | 30/11/2020

The 45 best projects and initiatives were granted Creative Youth Awards at a ceremony in Hanoi on November 29, as part of the 2020 National Creative Youth Festival.

The winning ideas, chosen for their creativity and feasibility, were selected from the 241 projects shortlisted in the final round for the festival.

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At the awards presentation ceremony.

Speaking at the ceremony, Secretary of the Party Central Committee cum President of the Vietnam Fatherland Front Tran Thanh Man urged the Youth Union at all levels continue to encourage and further promote the youth’s intelligence and creativity; as well as to create the best environment for them to develop creative start-up projects and ideas.

Hosted by the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union Central Committee, the annual event aims to honour the most outstanding creative ideas and inventions of Vietnamese individuals and groups aged from 16 to 35.

The creative festival aims to affirm the significant role of young inventors in applying advanced technology to production and life, thus contributing to national development and defence.

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Source: NDO

 
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