Provincial leader receives President of Local Government Officials Development Institute (LOGODI) under the Ministry of the Interior and Safety of the Republic of Korea
(LSO) – Vice Secretary of the provincial Party Committee and Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee Pham Ngoc Thuong on November 5 hosted a reception for President of the Local Government Officials Development Institute (LOGODI) under the Ministry of the Interior and Safety of the Republic of Korea Park Jae-min.
At the event, the provincial People’s Committee Chairman informed his guest of the local potential, strengths and priorities such as border gate economic development, infrastructure construction, agriculture restructuring, new-style rural area building, administrative reform and human resources quality.
Vice Secretary of the provincial Party Committee and Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee Pham Ngoc Thuong receives LOGODI President Park Jae-min.
He took the occasion to thank LOGODI for coordinating with the locality to carry out a wide range of training courses on governance, high-tech production, and building of new-style rural areas, among others.
During 2014-2016, the province sent 65 officials to join the RoK institute’s training courses through the Korea International Cooperation Agency, he said.
Thuong spoke highly of the cooperation between the two sides, expressing his hope that the collaborative ties between Lang Son and RoK localities, enterprises, organisations and particularly LOGODI will further thrive, bringing benefits to both sides as well as to bothVietnam and the RoK.
Leaders of Lang Son province and the LOGODI together with members of the RoK delegation pose for a joint photo.
He wished LOGODI will continue to organise training courses for Lang Son’s officials and public employees in the time ahead.
The LOGODI president, for his part, said the institute has joined hands with Lang Son province in human resources training and experience sharing in the past time.
He hoped following his visit, the institute and Lang Son province will further their ties in the fields.