Deputy PM praises efforts in promoting Hue’s cultural identities

Saturday, 2019-03-30 09:52:16
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Deputy PM Vu Duc Dam speaks at the working session with the Thua Thien - Hue province authorities on March 29. (Photo: VGP)
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NDO – Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam has said that the typical cultural characteristics of the land of Hue and its people have been preserved and promoted until modern days, thanks to the local tradition and results from Hue's culture and people development under Resolution No. 33 by the Party Central Committee.

On Friday afternoon, the Deputy PM had a working session with the leaders of Thua Thien - Hue province on the five year implementation of Resolution 33-NQ/TW, dated June 9, 2014 (Resolution 33), by the 11th Party Central Committee on "Building and developing the Vietnamese culture and people to meet the requirements of sustainable development".

Speaking at the meeting, Dam praised the results that the province have achieved after five years of implementing Resolution 33, in which the local authorities and people have joined hands to strengthen and ensure the stability of local political security and social order, while preserving and promoting Hue’s cultural identity in particular and Thua Thien - Hue province in general.

Regarding the cultural development issue, the senior government official urged the province to promote the achievements and lessons learned, while identifying the limitations and difficulties during the implementation process, thereby proposing measures to remove obstacles and replicate good models.

Later the same day, Deputy PM Dam visited households living within the area of Hue Imperial Citadel.

Local authorities are targeting to relocate roughly 4,200 households living in the area during 2019-2021 in order to serve for the relic’s preservation. They have also held dialogues with locals on the issue and got support from local residents.

Deputy PM Dam praised the positive response from the local people and expressed his hope that they would continue to closely coordinate with the local authorities for safe and convenient relocation and land clearance for the project.