(HBO) – Secretary of the Hoa Binh provincial Party Committee Ngo Van Tuan chaired a conference of the committee’s standing board on December 29 to review the implementation of the Party Committee’s resolutions on tourism, industrial, craft, and trade development, and some important socio-economic development issues.
Secretary of the provincial Party
Committee Ngo Van Tuan addresses the conference.
The event discussed reports by
the Party unit of the provincial People’s Committee about the implementation of
the provincial Party Committee’s resolutions on tourism, industrial, craft, and
trade development, along with development orientations for the years to come.
Secretary of the provincial
Party Committee Ngo Van Tuan emphasised that tourism, industry, craft, and
trade are important pillars of the local development.
He said draft resolutions and
conclusions should assess achievements as well as weaknesses and shortcomings,
point out lessons, and forecast development trends for different areas so as to
devise detailed solutions, assign concrete tasks to each cadre, and adhere to
the 17th provincial Party Congress’s resolution to perform duties.
The resolution on tourism
development has to focus on planning; developing infrastructure, especially
transport facilities; and associating tourism development with cultural
preservation, environmental protection, and security and order ensuring. It
should also put stress on the development of cultural and ecological tourism
along with specialty agricultural products, and on the enhancement of tourism
promotion and investment attraction to the sector, he said.
The resolutions on industrial
and craft development need to pay special attention to planning, site
clearance, infrastructure investment, and attraction of investment to projects
with high added value, and environmental sustainability.
Meanwhile, the one of trade
development need to clarify development trends while paying heed to e-commerce,
high-quality products with reasonable prices, technological application, and
promotion of the products Hoa Binh has strength in, Tuan added./.
(HBO) - Blue drummer fish has for long been so precious that anyone wants to catch them when they go fishing. However, this kind of fish only grows in the wild. Over the past near two decades, residents in Trang Ta hamlet, Nhan My commune, Tan Lac district, have raised them and they have bred in ponds.
(HBO) - Responding to "Planting Tree Tet to be eternally grateful for Uncle Ho” in Tan Suu Spring, at the Training Center for Pre-mobilization, the Provincial Military Headquarters launched ceremony of Planting Tree Tet among all cadres and soldiers of the provincial armed forces.
(HBO) - Luong Son district, which is located to the northeast of the capital city of Hanoi, has attracted an array of domestic and foreign investors in the fields of tourism and clean agriculture. The locality is promoting integration to branch out its economy, build a modern urban area, and turn itself into a safe and alluring destination for tourists.
(HBO) - Quy Hoa commune in Lac Son district is home to about 2,760 hectares of forest, including over 1,290 hectares of protection forest, stretching across the Thuong Tien Nature Reserve. The nature reserve is renowned for magnificent natural scenery, flora and fauna biodiversity, and various rare forestry products.
(HBO) - On the last days of the year, officials of the Hoa Binh provincial Veterans Association and its Chapter of Kim Boi district, and representatives of the Hoa Binh Bao Viet Life Insurance Company and many organisations and individuals managed their tight schedules to visit the Hoa Binh Provincial Fatherland Front Committee to donate money to the provincial "For the Poor" and the "Relief" Funds. Thanks to these funds, many poor households have been given "Great Solidarity" houses, and other material and mental supports.
(HBO) - The Department of Education and Training of Hoa Binh province has held a conference to review performance in 2020 and in the first semester of the 2020-2021 school year as well as the implementation of tasks for 2021 and the second semester.