The Committee’s report suggested in the first six months of the year, ethnic minority affairs under the direction of Hanoi’s leaders have recorded positive results, including the timely realization of supporting policies for ethnic minorities, as well as preservation of their cultural values.
Moreover, local authorities have efficiently raise awareness of ethnic minorities on laws and regulations, helping them to strictly follow the authorities’ instruction in the Covi-19 fight.
Since the beginning of the year, the Committee has presented 80 gifts worth VND500,000 (US$21.52) for elders, social beneficiaries and poor households in the community of ethnic minorities.
For this year, the Committee held six training classes for ethnic minorities from five districts of Ba Vi, Thach That, Quoc Oai, My Duc and Chuong My to help them gain better understandings on the laws and regulations with the participation of over 1,200 people.
For the rest of the year, the Committee would continue to promote the government’s instructions and laws governing the ethnic minorities affairs, while implementing plans for socio-economic development for ethnic minorities.
The Committee would continue to participate in the drafting process of a resolution of the municipal People’s Committee regarding national objectives for socio-economic development of ethnic minorities in the 2021 - 2030 period.
Vice Chairman of Hanoi People’s Committee Le Hong Son requested the Committee to continue supporting the development of ethnic minorities and ensuring public orders among the community.
The Committee should encourage ethnic minorities to continue pursue the dual target of both containing the pandemic and taking part in the process of economic recovery, Son added, stating the local authorities should realize supporting policies for ethnic minorities in a timely manner.