(HBO) – The Hoa Binh provincial Architects’ Association convened its 7th Congress for the 2020 – 2025 tenure in Hoa Binh city on October 31. Attending the event were Vice Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee Bui Duc Hinh and Vice Chairman of the Vietnam Architects’ Association Nguyen Quoc Thong.
Vice Chairman of the
provincial People’s Committee Bui Duc Hinh presents flowers to congratulate the
Over the past years, the provincial Architects’ Association
has strived to unite its members to implement the Resolution adopted by the
sixth Congress. The results of the province’s planning, architecture and
construction activities are attributable to the efforts of people of all social
strata, including local architects, contributing to positively changing the
face of urban and rural areas, and developing a synchronous infrastructure network.
A number of projects on housing, industrial parks and new urban areas are
underway. Urban environment has received due attention. Better urban quality has
improved urban architectural space and living conditions of residents.
Additionally, the provincial Association of Architects always actively gives
suggestions to the province and localities in the fields of planning,
architecture, construction and social criticism.
In the next tenure, the provincial Architects’ Association has
set the goal of promoting sustainable development of local architecture,
including green and eco-friendly architecture that suit local conditions while
gathering more creative forces among architects, contributing to the province’s
Speaking at the event, Nguyen Quoc Thong spoke highly of the
provincial Architects’ Association’s contributions to the local development
over the past years and wished that the association will bring its role into
full play to build a modern and prosperous province, and its members would
produce more creative and eco-friendly works for the community.
The Congress elected a five-member executive board for the
seventh tenure (2020 – 2025), two members for the inspection board and two delegates
to attend the 10th Congress of the Vietnam Architects’ Association./.
(HBO) – The serious implementation of resolutions on Party building and the Politburo’s Directive 05/TW has created strong changes in the mindset and actions of officials and Party members, helping Cao Phong Party Organisation complete all political tasks and become a pure and strong Party organisation, said Hoang Thi Khen, Standing Deputy Secretary of the Party Committee of Tay Phong commune.
(HBO) - One of the highlights of the year 2020 was the successful organisation of the Party Congresses at all levels and the 17th provincial Party Congress for the 2020-2025 tenure, meeting requirements of the Politburo’s Decree No.35-CT/TW. Elected personnel earned over 80 percent of votes and even 100 percent. The Congress’s documents are closely based on local reality, demonstrating the will and aspiration of the provincial Party Organisation. All Party units also set revolutionary and feasible goals and measures.
(HBO) - The armed forces of Hoa Binh province have upheld glorious traditions over the past years with various practical activities to promote the virtues of Uncle Ho’s soldiers, foster solidarity between the army and people, contributing to fulfilling tasks in local defence and military affairs.
(HBO) – In recent years, Mai Chau district has made concerted and active efforts to implement the Politburo’s Resolution 35-NQ/TW to enhance the safeguarding of the Party’s ideological foundation and refute wrong and hostile viewpoints in the new context.
(HBO) – Deputy Secretary of the provincial Party Committee and Chairman of the provincial People’s Council Bui Duc Hinh on December 23 led a working delegation to visit and extend Christmas greetings at Hoa Binh parish in Hoa Binh city.
(HBO) – On December 21, a working group of Hoa Binh led by leaders of the provincial Vietnam Fatherland Front (VFF) Committee visited and presented Christmas gifts to Phat Diem Diocese in Ninh Binh province. The group also gathered leaders of the provincial Party Committee’s Mass Mobilisation Commission and Department of Home Affairs.