Forty years after its liberation on April 3, 1975, the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong has raised from ashes to become a national hi-tech agriculture and tourism hub, the province’s leader declared at a ceremony on April 3.
Provincial Party Committee Nguyen Xuan Tien said the liberation of Lam Dong in 1975 cleared the way for liberation troops to march on and free Sai Gon on April 30, marking a glorious finale to the fierce struggle for national independence.
On the occasion, Ngo Van Du, Politburo member and Head of the Party Central Committee’s Inspection Commission encouraged the locality to keep up the good work and make better use of its resources to boost economic development and increase competitiveness.
He urged more attention to hi-tech agriculture and ecotourism while preserving cultural values of local ethnic minority groups and the unique allure of Da Lat City.
Du also suggested the province to improve its performance in the field of education, healthcare and poverty reduction.-VNA
Đăng ký: VietNam News