According to Thuong, this is the first time the Central Committee’s Secretariat has held a conference to implement a resolution on the development of the capital city, which shows its significance.
Thuong expected the local authorities to fully understand the resolution and raise public awareness of the entire political system and the people on visions and objectives for Hanoi’s development.
Thuong called for Hanoi to continue utilizing the advantages of Hanoi, other cities and from abroad to develop the city and realize its potential as the country’s political-administrtive-economic-cultural-educational-scientific-technological hub.
Permanent member of the Party Central Committee’s Secretariat Vo Van Thuong addresses the conference.
Hanoi in this regard, should be the growth engine for the capital area, the Red river delta, the northern key economic zone and the country.
Thuong requested the local authorities to focus on implementing the resolution, including action plans with clear responsibility, timeline and objective, according to which the progress should be reported to the Politburo annually.
“The implementation of the resolution rest not only on the shoulder of Hanoi, but also of Government agencies, and provinces/cities. Those that are in the Red river delta, the capital metropolitan area, and the Northern key economic zone should be aware of their responsibilities and cooperate with Hanoi in implementing the resolution,” Thuong said.
With eight years left until 2030, Thuong noted Hanoi should concentrate on achieving substantial transformation, especially the overall construction planning until 2030, with a vision to 2050, ensuring public order, and upgrading transport infrastructure.
In this process, Thuong expected Hanoi to ensure a healthy and strong political system that is capable of moving the city forward in the next development phase.
In response, Secretary of the Hanoi Party Committee Dinh Tien Dung said the city is committed to cooperating with other agencies in putting the resolution into motion.
Dung said the local authorities would further strengthen solidarity and unity in building a strong, modern and civilized Hanoi.