|The Viet Nam Book of Records (Vietbooks) has announced that the Ministry of Home Affairs has established a Viet Nam Record-holders Association.— Photo kyluc
HCM CITY (VNS) — The Viet Nam Book of Records (Vietbooks) has announced that the Ministry of Home Affairs has established a Viet Nam Record-holders Association.
The decision signed on August 23 cited that the association would specialise in activities related to records to promote the country's people, culture, and tourism.
It will include the names of Vietnamese individuals and organisations with Vietnamese and world records. It will also create opportunities for local and international record-holders to exchange experiences.
The association's first congress will be held in October in HCM City, and the committee's members will be announced.
According to Vietbooks, there are more than 1,300 record-holders across the country, including 500 organisations. — VNA/VNS