The Secretary of the Hoa Binh Party Committee Nguyen Phi Long on November 23 chaired a meeting of the provincial Party Committee’s Standing Board for November, during which participants gave their opinions on the implementation of the locality’s tasks in 2023 and a number of important issues in the province’s socio-economic development.
Phi Long, alternate member of the Party Central Committee and Secretary of the
Hoa Binh Party Committee, addresses the meeting.
Participants at the meeting agreed that this year, amid the complicated
regional and world situation and various difficulties, the provincial Party
Committee has rolled out drastic and comprehensive measures to complete its
political tasks. As a result, 14 out of the 19 socio-economic targets have been
fulfilled and overfulfilled.
Hoa Binh has completed the design of the provincial planning for the 2021-2030
period with a vision to 2050, while speeding up administrative reform and
improving the local business and environment to attract more investment.
The province’s gross regional domestic product (GRDP) growth rate is likely to
reach 0.38%, while per capita GRDP is estimated at 69.09 million VND (2,849
USD). Total state budget collection is estimated at 4,350 billion VND. Hoa
Binh’s poverty rate is likely to decrease by 2.5% year on year to 9.79%.
Meanwhile, political security, defence situation and social order and safety
have been ensured.
Participants also pointed to difficulties and shortcomings in the leadership
and direction activities during the implementation of tasks and targets for
2023, especially in State budget collection and disbursement of public investment
They stressed the need for the provincial Party Committee and People’s
Committee to focus on speeding up the collection of State budget, strengthen
inspection and settlement of violations during the disbursement of public
investment capital, hasten underway projects, and make adjustments in
Delegates showed consensus on the overall targets, tasks and solution for 2024
with 20 specific indicators, including a GRDP growth of 9%, State budget
collection of 5.7 trillion VND, per capita GRDP of 77.59 million VND, and
poverty rate following multidimensional standards reducing by 2.5%.
They also contributed their opinions to a proposal on the adjustments of policy
for a number of projects and some other proposals.
Concluding the event, Secretary Long expressed delight at the province’s
performance in 2023. He stressed that in 2024, the province should continue to focus on the building
of the Party and political system as well as planning, education, and personnel
training, while preparing for the Party Congress at all levels.
The province should strengthen inspection and monitoring over areas drawing
social attention, while strictly handling violations, the provincial leader
said. He asked the Party Delegation to the provincial Vietnam Fatherland Front
Committee to give feedback on policies and supervise local officials and Party
members, especially leadership and management officials.
Long also underlined the need to continue to implement national target
programmes and major projects, speed up the disbursement of public investment,
complet the infrastructure of local industrial parks, and pay greater attention
to developing culture, society and education.