The delegation included Bui Van Cuu, Vice Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee, as well as leaders of Departments of Planning and Investment, Agriculture and Rural Development, and Education and Training.
Bui Van Tinh, a member of the Party Central Committee and Secretary of the provincial Party Committee visits the Vietnamese Embassy in Australia.
The visit aimed to expand the partnership between Hoa Binh and Australian cities such as Canberra, Sydney, and Melbourne, especially in education, agriculture and investment promotion.
At a working session with the Vietnamese Embassy in Australia, the delegation introduced the potential, advantages and investment attraction policies of the province in economy, especially in agriculture and tourism.
Congratulating Hoa Binh on its achievements and speaking highly of the province’s economic potential, Ambassador to Australia Ngo Huong Nam said that he will continue introducing Australian investors to Hoa Binh to seek partnership opportunities.
To boost partnership in agriculture and investment promotion, the delegation had a working session at Southern Cross University on cooperation in implementing a project to support the storing and packaging of products as part of efforts to export citrus products - a strength of Hoa Binh.
At a working session with Biotechnology company from Queensland State, the two sides sought measures to collaborate in producing technological products to protect agricultural crops from pests and preserving harvested farm produce without using chemicals.
On education area, the delegation worked with Nicole Zabbal, Country Manager for Australia at Study Global Partner – a technology-based student recruiter providing thousands of studying programmes at universities of Australia, Canada and the US.
The delegation visited Canberra Institute of Technology, during which the two sides shared experience in vocational training and effective measures to assess students’ capacity and provide them with orientation.
During their stay, the delegation also had working sessions at Ainslie primary school in Canberra and Education Directorate of Australian Capital Territory on education management and quality improvement.
The delegation met Hoa Binh students studying in Australia./.
(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.