Party leader urges Bac Kan to focus on infrastructure development

Bac Kan (VNA) – Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong has
suggested the northern mountainous province of Bac Kan seek ways to mobilise
resources from the society to invest in transportation infrastructure
development, thus propelling socio-economic growth and connecting with regional

At a working session with provincial leaders on July 7, the Party leader
hailed efforts made by Bac Kan’s Party Organisation, authorities and people in implementing
Party resolutions as well as in improving socio-economic situation and locals’
living conditions.

He noted thatup to 90 percent of local residents have to date accessed
clean water, while annual per capital income has increased to 26 million USD,
doubling the figure five years ago.

Forest coverage has reached 70 percent. Bac Kan set to have eight
additional communes recognised as new-style rural areas this year, raising the total
number to 10.

Stressing the important strategic location of Bac Kan and its advantages
in land and climate, General Secretary Trong said that the province holds great
development potential and needs to take right actions to fully tap it.

He also acknowledged Bac Kan’s efforts to streamline and reform its
public administrative system, which has helped the locality enhance its competitiveness
and improve business environment.

Earlier the same day, the Party chief visited the mountainous commune of
Si Binh in Binh Thong district,which is home to Tay, Dao and Nung ethnic minority

He praised the commune’s success in boosting the forestry sector to
raise locals’ income. So far, 70 percent of communal roads have been asphalted
and cemented while 100 percent of local households have gained access to power.

Also on July 7, he visited the Bac Kan General Hospital, which is built
from Government bonds. Operating since December 2016, the 500-bed hospital has
helped improve health care services for people in the provinceand nearby

On the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the Invalids and
Martyrs’ Day, the Party leader laid a wreath at the Bac Kan Martyrs’ Cemetery.

On July 6, right after arriving in the province, Party General Secretary
Nguyen Phu Trong visited and presented gifts to a number of people who rendered
service to the nation in the locality.-VNA

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