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Female ambassadors pay working trip to Hoa Binh
Mar 09 2018

Permanent National Assembly Vice Chairwoman Tong Thi Phong together with female ambassadors and chiefs of diplomatic representative missions and international organisations in Vietnam took on a working trip to the northern mountainous province of Hoa Binh on March 8.

During a working session with the provincial authorities, Phong congratulated the provincial authorities on their achievements in diverse areas, particularly in the preservation and upholding of culture of the Muong ethnic group.

She said the Vietnamese legislature recently held the 26th Annual Meeting of the Asia-Pacific Parliamentary Forum, opening a series of diplomatic activities in Vietnam this year.

Secretary of the provincial Party Committee Bui Van Tinh congratulated the Permanent NA Vice Chairwoman Phong, female NA deputies and chiefs of diplomatic representative missions and international organisations on the occasion of International Women’s Day (March 8).

He expressed his hope that via female ambassadors and diplomats, the images and potentials of Hoa Binh province will be introduced to foreign investors to attract more investment.

The host said the local economy grew by 9.46% in 2017 with an average income per capita of VND40.5 million (US$1,800). Hoa Binh has 495 projects, including 35 foreign-invested ones with a total registered capital of upwards US$500 million.

During the stay, the delegation visited and presented gifts to the provincial Centre for Social Work in Ky Son district – home to nearly 200 orphan children, the elderly, the disabled and mentally-ill. They also planted trees at the monument dedicated to President Ho Chi Minh in Hoa Binh hydro power plant and offered gifts to the Museum of Muong Culture Space in Hoa Binh city. - NDO