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Lang Son People’s Council holds Q&A session

(LSO) – The Standing Board of the People’s Council of Lang Son province on October 29 held a question-and-answer session between two plenary sessions.Standing Vice Chairwoman of the council Doan Thi Hau presided over the session, which also drew Nguyen Cong Truong, Vice Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee; Nong Luong Chan, President of the provincial Vietnam Fatherland Front Committee; and leaders of a number of departments and sectors.

The Q&A session focused on the implementation of the Programme 22 issued on July 15, 2016 by the provincial People’s Committee on the restructuring of agriculture in combination with building new-style rural areas in the 2016-2020 period.

Doan Thi Hau, Standing Vice Chairwoman of the People’s Council addresses the session.

Participants concentrated on two major issues – the implementation of tasks and measures to reform the production organization, and the training and improvement of human resources in association with the transformation of rural labour structure.

In a straightforward spirit, they clarified State management functions and tasks as well as solutions to a number of issues, including the operation of agricultural cooperatives after transformation and cooperatives formed following the Cooperative Law 2012; the operational quality of existing agricultural cooperatives; the reasons why cooperatives halt their operations and solutions to the problem; the efficiency of sending university and college diploma holders to work at cooperatives; and the results of building model cooperatives in the 2017-2020 period.

Nguyen Cong Truong, Vice Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee speaks at the session.

Addressing the session, Nguyen Cong Truong, Vice Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee underlined a number of difficulties in operation of cooperatives, including those related to credit and vocational training.

Concluding the session, Hau proposed that the People’s Committee direct the surveying, evaluation and classification of cooperatives in different sectors, while seeking ways to remove difficulties for them in accessing credits.

She also asked the committee to roll out drastic measures to build a number of model production facilities, and find solutions to prepare human resources forbusinesses investing in the locality.

NONG DINH QUANG