(HBO) – Sectors and localities in Hoa Binh province have stepped up disseminating information about Vietnam’s seas and islands in various forms, thereby helping to improve local officials, Party members and people’s awareness of the importance of seas and islands to national development and defence.
An exhibition of
maps and documents themed "Hoang Sa, Truong Sa of Vietnam – historical and
legal evidence” attracts a number of young people. The photo was taken at the
event held in Lac Thuy district.
From April 2016 to May 2018, the steering board
for communications about seas and islands organised exhibitions in Hoa Binh
city and nine districts across the province. The events, held at local cultural
centres or stadiums, attracted more than 33,000 visitors, including officials,
Party members and residents.
The displays helped visitors learn about the
features, locations, historical and legal basis and facts about the maritime
sovereignty and continental shelf of Vietnam as specified in the 1982 United
Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea. Visitors to the exhibitions were also
updated about maritime disputes, along with the Party’s guidelines and the
State’s policies and law on resolving maritime disputes.
Additionally, press agencies and the portal of
Hoa Binh province have also regularly published information about Vietnamese
seas and islands. Thirteen columns have been created and 135 news stories have
been posted on the province’s portal. The Hoa Binh Newspaper has built 30
columns and ran more than 200 news stories, articles and video clips, tens of
which have been translated into English on its website. Meanwhile, the
provincial radio and television station has also opened 42 programmes and
broadcast hundreds of news stories on its channels.
Those practical activities have helped improve
Hoa Binh people’s knowledge and awareness of their responsibility towards the
country’s seas and islands, as well as national development and defence./.
(HBO) - The organising board of the Technical Innovation Contest held a ceremony on January 13 afternoon to announce the winners of the 8th provincial Technical Innovation Contest and the 17th Teenager’s and Children's Innovation Contest. Vice Chairman of the provincial People's Committee Dinh Cong Su, who is also Chairman of the provincial Council of Science and Technology, attended the event.
(HBO) – The Board for Ethnic Minority Affairs of the Hoa Binh provincial People’s Committee has held a meeting to review its performance in 2021 and launch tasks for this year. Vice Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee Dinh Cong Su attended the event.
(HBO) – With just half a month to go before the Tet (Lunar New Year – Year of the Tiger), officials and people in Hoa Binh province are promoting patriotic emulation movements, fully tapping potential and actively removing difficulties to effectively implement the "dual goal" of COVID-19 prevention and control while resuming production and socio-economic development in the new normal. Resolution of the 17th provincial Party Congress will be realised as well as the socio-economic development plan and the State budget estimate for 2022.
(HBO) – Hoa Binh province
was established on June 22, 1886 under the name of "Muong”, with its
administrative centre based in Cho Bo township. On September 5, 1896, the
administrative centre was moved to Vinh Dieu village of Hoa Binh commune, which
is now in Hoa Binh city. From then on, the province officially got the name it
(HBO) - In recent years, the
program of the new rural construction has been the driving force for the people
in the remote commune of Gia Mo (Tan Lac) to overcome the difficulties in
socio-economic development. Arriving in Gia Mo, it is possible to feel that the
rural appearance has markedly changed.
(HBO) – As of December 24, 2021, the Party Organisation of Yen Thuy district had 33 grassroots Party organisations, including 15 grassroots Party cells, and 222 subordinate Party cells with total 5,475 Party members who are highly qualified in ideology and professional capacity and win trust from local residents.