On January 11, at the Office of the Provincial People's Committee, the leadership of the Southern Ostrobothnia Region (Finland) led by Mr. Kai Pontinen, Chairman of the Southern Ostrobothnia Region, had a meeting with Thai Nguyen provincial leaders. Mr. Trinh Viet Hung, Vice Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee and leaders of agencies, departments and branches of the province welcomed the Delegation (photo).
At the meeting, the Vice Chairman of the provincial People's Committee introduced an overview of the socio-economic situation and programs and policies to attract and cooperate in the recent years. With the advantage of favorable geographical traffic, adjacent to Noi Bai International Airport and the potential for development in industry, agriculture - forestry, education, health ..., Thai Nguyen has many policies to promote industrial development, training of high quality human resources to serve the process of industrialization and modernization. Therefore, the province is very interested in cooperation and investment cooperation and training activities.
At the same time, he highly appreciated thedelegation mission, wishing to lead the region of South Ostrobothnia with interest in promoting cooperation in the fields of social security, investment promotion, trade, tourism and city. smart, green technology, energy, sustainable development ...
Speaking at the meeting, the Regional Council President of South Ostrobothnia Kai Pontinen believes in the future, both sides can promote extensive cooperation in many fields. In order for the best cooperation programs, South Ostrobothnia Kai Pontinen Council President proposed that the two parties actively connect and learn about potentials, achievements in science and technology, and give topics jointly review to realize the areas of cooperation, proceeding to sign cooperation documents.
Southern Ostrobothnia Kai Pontinen Regional Council President thanked Thai Nguyen province for the warm welcome and hoped to continue to welcome Thai Nguyen delegations to have a working visit in the Southern Ostrobothnia Region in the near future.