According to the plan, the city will organize flower markets at 51 locations across all its districts from January 4 to 24 (the tenth day to the thirtieth day of the twelfth lunar month).
The markets will display various types of flowers, ornamental plants, fruit trees, handicraft products and essential commodities for the Tet holiday.
Under the plan, the Department of Industry and Trade is responsible for making public the locations and disseminating the plan on mass media and instructing district/township People’s Committees to ensure safety and order for the flower markets.
Furthermore, the Department will take prime responsibility and coordinate with relevant departments, agencies and district/township People’s Committees to inspect the organization, management and operation of the markets as regulated.
Similarly, the Department of Transport, based on its functions and assigned missions, will be in charge of ensuring traffic safety and order around the flower markets.
The city Police, based on its functions and assigned tasks, will take measures to guarantee security, fire prevention and control for the markets.
While, Departments of Construction, Natural Resources and Environment are tasked to cooperate with district/township People’s Committee to ensure lighting system and environmental sanitation for the markets.
People’s Committees at district level are requested to make plans on ensuring traffic safety and order for the markets while assigning People’s Committees at commune and ward level to coordinate with functional forces to guarantee security, order and environmental sanitation for the duration of the markets.