Chairman of the National Assembly (NA) Vuong Dinh Hue joined residents of northern Thai Nguyen province in the great national solidarity festival on November 16.
NA Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue (third from left) presents the financial aid for building houses for the poor at the festival on November 16 (Photo: VNA)
Thai Nguyen (VNA)
Chairman of the National Assembly (NA) Vuong Dinh Hue joined residents of northern
Thai Nguyen province in the great national solidarity festival on November 16.
The event, held in Quyet Tam hamlet of
Dinh Hoa district’s Trung Luong commune, took place in celebration of the 91st founding anniversary of the Vietnam Fatherland Front (November 18, 1930 - 2021).
Quyet Tam hamlet is home to 193
households with 680 residents belonging to six ethnic groups, namely Kinh, Tay,
Nung, Dao, San Chi, and Hoa. About 80 percent of the population works in
Expressing his delight at local
development, Chairman Hue congratulated Trung Luong commune on meeting all the
19 criteria for a new-style rural area. Meanwhile, Dinh Hoa district is also
striving to become a new-style rural district in 2022.
He noted despite enormous difficulties
and challenges to national development amid the fourth wave of COVID-19,
Vietnam has still managed to sustain positive growth in the first nine months
of this year, and the economy has begun bouncing back since October.
He attributed the achievement to the
regime’s superiority and the strength of the great national solidarity,
especially efforts by frontline forces and the people’s consensus, which have
helped Vietnam surmount all difficulties and challenges.
The more difficult it is, the more
strongly the great national solidarity is brought into play, he emphasised.
Agencies of the NA and the Government are
preparing for an additional parliamentary session in late December or early
January 2022, which is an unprecedented move, so as to soon identify overall financial
and monetary solutions for supporting socio-economic recovery and social
security, according to Chairman Hue.
On this occasion, the NA leader,
President of the Vietnam Fatherland Front Committee Do Van Chien, and other officials
presented 2.5 billion VND (109,600 USD) sourced from the Fund for the Poor to
Trung Luong commune to build houses for low-income earners.
The same day, NA Chairman Vuong Dinh
Hue paid a working visit to the Thai Nguyen General Hospital./.