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Source: Socialist Republic of Vietnam

Politburo member Minh praised Hai Duong for its significant achievements in the 2015-2020 term and highlighted the locality’s favourable position in the centre of the Red River Delta and the northern key economic region, as well as along the economic corridor Lao Cai – Hanoi – Hai Phong – Quang Ninh.

Hai Duong should capitalise on those advantages to continue to thrive strongly, thereby contributing to the country’s rapid and sustainable development in this new strategic period of comprehensive reform, proactive participation in the Fourth Industrial Revolution and extensive international integration, he said.

Deputy PM Minh urged the province to promptly finalise its development plan for 2021-2030, with a vision to 2045, in line with national and regional plans, as well as accelerating economic restructuring associated with shifting the growth model towards green growth and sustainable development across the major pillars, including high technology and supporting industries, high-tech and organic agriculture, and high-quality services.

General view of the congress. (Photo: NDO)

Hai Duong needs to facilitate proactive and active international integration, especially international economic integration, to attract additional resources, in addition to developing local businesses, focusing on environmental protection and the economical and efficient use of resources, and effectively implementing policies dedicated to national contributors and poverty reduction, he added.

He asked the province to continue with radical and comprehensive reforms of education and training; strengthen the Party building and rectification and the building of a pure and strong political system; and enhance the prevention and fight against corruption and signs of deterioration among cadres and Party members.

On the same day, the Provincial Party Committees of Thanh Hoa, Ca Mau, Phu Tho and Bac Kan also convened their congresses for the 2020-2025 tenure.

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