More than 60 reporters from 26 news agencies and foreign press are working directly and nearly 100 reporters from 84 news agencies and foreign press are working online to inform the public on the 13th National Congress of the Communist Party of Vietnam.
Hundreds of reporters present at the National Convention Centre.
At the Press Centre, the working atmosphere is always urgent and serious to provide up to date and accurate information to readers.
Inside the hall, reporters work only in certain areas to avoid causing noise and affecting the Congress.
A photojournalist from an online Government newspaper working in the hall at the opening ceremony.
During breaks, delegates from the Congress always attract the interest of hundreds of reporters.
This is a time when reporters and press agencies are working at full capacity, trying their best to interview and record delegates.
There is often a "sprint" to send news, articles and photos to the newsrooms on time.
Another noteworthy new point is that the press center is fully equipped with modern equipment to serve the work of reporters.
Many reporters have commented that the operating regulations, as well as the machinery, equipment and infrastructure at the center, have met the requirements of domestic and foreign press agencies.
With careful preparation, the reporters have worked effectively, giving the fastest and most timely information on the 13th National Congress of the Communist Party of Vietnam to the readers.