Located at the Cultural Friendship Palace at No. 91 Tran Hung Dao street, the centre will officially start operation on February 26.
Speaking at the event, Deputy PM Minh said work on the media centre has been completed after just over one week thanks to the close coordination of ministries and agencies.
He affirmed that Vietnam is now ready for the second DPRK-USA Summit to be held in the capital city from February 27-28 as well as relevant bilateral activities.
He assured the media that with state-of-the-art equipment, the centre will allow them to work in the fastest and most effective way. It will be open round-the-clock with dining, working and functional spaces.
The Deputy PM took the occasion to stress that Vietnam always wants to contribute to peace and stability in the world, especially in the Korean peninsula, adding that the country is proud to meet the requirements for security and logistics to ensure the summit’s success.
A display space on Vietnam’s culture and several stalls introducing Vietnamese enterprises will be also launched at the centre.