(HBO) – A working delegation of Son La province led by Hoang Van Chat, Secretary of the provincial Party Committee and Chairman of the People’s Council of Son La, paid a visit to Hoa Binh province on October 17 and presented 500 million VND (22,000 USD) to support flood victims of the province.
The delegation included
Cam Ngoc Minh, Vice Secretary of the provincial Party Committee and Chairman of
the Son La People’s Committee; and Bui Minh Son, Vice Standing Chairman of the provincial
People’s Council, along with representatives of some departments and sectors
and localities of Son La province.
The group was welcomed by Tran Dang Ninh, Vice Standing Secretary of the Hoa
Binh provincial Party Committee and Chairman of the Hoa Binh People’s Council; Bui
Van Cuu, Vice Chairman of the Hoa Binh People’s Committee; and Hoang Van Tu,
Vice Standing Chairman of the provincial People’s Council; and leaders of the Information
and Education Board, Vietnam Fatherland Front and Party Committee Office of Hoa
Secretary of the Son La provincial Party
Committee and Chairman of the People’s Council of Son La Hoang Van Chat
presents the donation worth 500 million VND to support affected people in
recent downpours and floods in Hoa Binh province.
On behalf of the working group, Secretary of the provincial Party Committee
and Chairman of the People’s Council of Son La province Hoang Van Chat expressed
his sympathy over losses on humans and property caused floods in Hoa Binh
province. He informed Hoa Binh officials of impacts of the recent floods and recovery
efforts by the Party, authorities and people of Son La.
He affirmed that although Son La still faces many difficulties, people in Son La
raised 500 million VND to help people in Hoa Binh overcome consequences of
natural disasters and stabilise their lives soon.
On behalf of Hoa Binh authorities, Tran Dang
Ninh, Vice Standing Secretary of the provincial Party Committee and Chairman of
the provincial People’s Council, expressed his thanks gratitude to the Party,
authorities and people of Son La for their support. He said he hoped the two
provinces continue maintaining the solidarity and provide each other help for development.
Vice Standing Secretary Ninh also briefed the working delegation of Son La on
the search for missing people and solutions to stabilise the live of people in
Secretary of the Hoa Binh provincial Party Committee Nguyen Phi Long held that it is important to identify focal tasks during the steering, governance, and implementation of the national target programme on socio-economic development in ethnic minority and mountainous areas. In particular, focus should be placed on housing assistance, life stabilisation, livelihood creation, development of social infrastructure, especially transport facilities, and cultural, healthcare and educational issues.
The Association of History of Hoa Binh province held its third congress, for the 2023 - 2028 tenure, on November 15 with the participation of 110 delegates representing more than 1,000 members across the province.
Dinh Cong Su, Vice Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee
(HBO) – Over 15 years of development since its establishment on October 25, 2008, the Hoa Binh Association of History, gathering more than 1,000 members, has helped develop historical science, enhance the solidarity and friendship among ethnic groups, and improve the public’s sense of responsibility towards history learning and education as well as the preservation and promotion of local and national historical and cultural values.
In the morning of November 14th, Hoa Binh Pedagogical College held the opening ceremony of the 2023 - 2024 school year and celebrated the 41st anniversary of Vietnamese Teachers' Day (November 20, 1982 - November 20, 2023). There was the attendance of Mr. Nguyen Phi Long, the alternate Member of the Party Central Committee, the Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee; Mr. Bui Duc Hinh, the Permanent Deputy Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee, the Chairman of the Provincial People's Council; Mr. Nguyen Van Chuong, the Vice Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee.