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Wednesday,  01/22/2020

Organisation of major anniversaries, events in 2020 discussed

(LSO) – The Lang Son provincial People’s Committee held a meeting on December 5 to discuss the organisation of important anniversaries and events in the province in 2020.

The session was chaired by Vice Chairman of the committee Duong Xuan Huyen, who is head of the province’s steering board for the organisation of important anniversaries and events in 2019 – 2020. It saw the presence of provincial officials, along with representatives of the authorities of Van Quan, Bac Son, Trang Dinh and Cao Loc districts, and Lang Son city.

In 2020, a number of important events will take place in Lang Son province. They include the third Peach Blossom Festival; the provincial Culture, Sports and Tourism Week; the Ky Cung – Ta Phu Temple Festival; the 110th birth anniversary of revolutionary Luong Van Tri; and the 80th anniversary of the Bac Son Uprising. Particularly, the fifth provincial Patriotic Emulation Congress and activities celebrating all-level Party congresses will also be held.

Vice Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee Duong Xuan Huyen addresses the meeting.

Giving opinions at the meeting, officials said it is necessary to build detailed organising plans for the events, step up the restoration of relic sites associated with the events, increase communication activities, and launch emulation movements to celebrate big anniversaries of the province and the country.

Vice Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee Duong Xuan Huyen asked departments, agencies and sectors to boost communications about major local and national anniversaries in 2020. They need to organise activities in a solemn but practical and effective manner and pay attention to mobilising private funding for the work.

He also told the 11 district-level localities to ensure successful firework displays and celebratory programmes on the Lunar New Year’s Eve. Additionally, environmental hygiene, security and order must be kept, while accommodation establishments for visitors also need to be ready for festivals next year.

The official also tasked the Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism with submitting organisation proposals to the provincial People’s Committee and working with the district-level administrations to make detailed organising plans for the events./.

TUYET MAI