The Office of the Hoa Binh Party Committee has issued a conclusion by Nguyen Phi Long, alternate member of the Party Central Committee and Secretary of the provincial Party Committee, on his working session at Mien Doi commune, Lac Son district, on June 13.

In the document, the leader recognised the achievements that the Party Organisation, administration, and people of Mien Doi commune have made in the building of the Party and administration and promoting socio-economic development.

Giving directions on socio-economic development of the commune, he asked Mien Doi to focus on boosting agro-forestry-fisheries growth in an effective and sustainable manner, while actively transforming the crops and livestock structure, multiplying a number of effective economic models, and developing the household and collective economic sectors.

Regarding the implementation of a project to preserve and promote the cultural values of the Muong ethnic community and the Hoa Binh civilisation in the 2023-2030 period, he requested the locality to pay greater attention to preserving and promoting historical values and natural landscapes, especially the Le Voi terraced fields and hills for attracting tourists.

At the same time, it is necessary to effectively disburse the capital for three national target programmes on new-style rural area building, sustainable poverty reduction, and socio-economic development in ethnic minority-inhabited and mountainous areas, thus helping local communities get rid of poverty and improve their living quality, he said.

Long ordered stronger efforts from relevant departments, sectors, and Lac Son district to encourage local residents to resettle in other places and hand over land to two key projects of the province – the Doi Thung ecological urban, resort and entertainment area project and the Ho Kha high-class ecological urban area and hot mineral resort project in Quy Hoa commune.

At the same time, it is necessary to allocate adequate resources for the upgrading of the socio-economic infrastructure system in the locality, especially Mien Doi commune, as well as capital for the three national target programmes and support to policy beneficiary, poor and near-poor households, he said.

Along with maintaining the natural landscape and environment in the terraced rice field areas, it is crucial to plant more trees along roads to Mien Doi commune to generally form a landscape serving tourism development, the provincial leader stressed.

He assigned Lac Son to coordinate with the provincial Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism, Department of Industry and Trade, and Centre for Investment, Trade and Tourism Promotion as well as relevant agencies to implement a plan to organise Mien Doi terraced rice field festival in Lac Don 2024, which is slated for late October or early November. The leader asked Lac Son to submit a report on the work to the Standing Board of the provincial Party Committee by August 15.

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