(HBO) – Nguyen Van Quang, Vice Secretary of the Hoa Binh province’s Party Committee and Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee, recently presided over a meeting on the implementation of urgent resettlement projects for families in disaster-hit areas in 2017. Vice Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee Nguyen Van Dung also attended the meeting.
of the provincial People’s Committee Nguyen Van Quang presides over the
In 2017, the provincial People’s Committee approved the building
of 13 urgent resettlement areas to relocate 488 families from high-risk areas.
Of the number, there were five areas in Da Bac district, 3 in Kim Boi, 1 each
in Tan Khu and Mai Chau districts and 3 in Hoa Binh city.
Although there were some difficulties in arranging capital for the
work, to date, construction of essential facilities in 11 resettlement areas
has been completed and families have moved in to settle down.
Da Bac and Tan Lac districts have completed the relocation of
target people to those areas. Meanwhile, Kim Boi district has moved 85 out of the
91 households in high risk areas and Hoa Binh city - 29 out of 138 families.
At the meeting, the People’s Committees in districts and Hoa Binh
city reported the progress of the resettlement construction project and
population relocation. They said the amount of capital allocated for building
resettlement areas was lower than the volume of work already completed by contractor.
The pace of construction and procedures failed to meet requirement. Additional costs
also incurred during the process.
Concluding the meeting, Chairman of the provincial People’s
Committee Nguyen Van Quang said under the guidance of the provincial People’s
Committee, the construction speed of resettlement areas was improved, as
residents in Da Bac and Tan Lac have moved to the new location. However, in general,
progress was lagging behind schedule.
He instructed relevant agencies to enhance coordination to remove
obstacles in order to complete construction of the resettlement areas. Those
agencies and leaders of People’s Committees of related districts and cities
were asked to push forward the pace of construction and ensure quality of the
resettlement areas, and report their work to the provincial People’s Committee
before July 30./.
(HBO) – Secretary of the Hoa Binh provincial Party Committee Bui Van Tinh, who is also a member of the Party Central Committee, has made a fact-finding tour of some businesses and cooperatives in Yen Thuy district.
(HBO) – Standing Vice Secretary of the Party Committee and Chairman of the People’s Council of Hoa Binh province Tran Dang Ninh on February 27 chaired a meeting with religious dignitaries on the occasion of the traditional Lunar New Year 2019.
(HBO) – The Hoa Binh province People’s Committee organised a meeting with local businesses and cooperatives on February 20. The event was attended by Secretary of the provincial Party Committee Bui Van Tinh, Permanent Deputy Secretary of the provincial Party Committee and Chairman of the provincial People’s Council Tran Dang Ninh, Deputy Secretary of the provincial Party Committee and Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee Nguyen Van Quang, and Chairman of the Vietnam Association of Small and Medium Enterprises Nguyen Van Than.
(HBO) - Bui Van Tinh, member of the Party Central Committee and Secretary of the Hoa Binh provincial Party Committee, on February 21 made a field trip to Son Thuy JSC in Dan Hoa commune, Ky Son district. He was accompanied by Vice Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee Bui Van Khanh.
(HBO) – The Hoa Binh steering board for the building of Party units and unions in non-State businesses held a meeting on February 21 to review its performance in 2018 and launch tasks for this year. Permanent Vice Secretary of the provincial Party Committee and Chairman of the provincial People’s Council Tran Dang Ninh, who is also head of the steering board, chaired the event.
(HBO) – Vice Chairman of the People’s Committee of Hoa Binh Nguyen Van Chuong has held a working session with a Japanese delegation led by Okabe Daisuke, the Minister from the Japanese Embassy in Vietnam.