PM Pham Minh Chinh meets voters in Can Tho city
Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh on October 13 met with voters of Mekong Delta city of Can Tho via teleconference.
At the event. (Photo: VNA)
Hanoi (VNA) – Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh on October 13 met with voters of Mekong Delta city of Can Tho via teleconference.
At the meeting, voters of Can Tho expressed their joy at the recent achievements in the COVID-19 prevention and control, and their determination to continue to well implement the directions and guidelines on pandemic combat and socio-economic development. They also proposed many issues including increasing vaccine distribution, easing traffic restrictions, the continuation of social welfare policies as well as investment in infrastructure and investment attraction to create jobs for local workers.
The Prime Minister highly appreciated the voters’response to the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic and maintaining socio-economic development. He suggested agencies continue to deal with voters' proposals and recommendations.
The main tasks and solutions from now until the end of this year are to develop and implement priority plans for pandemic prevention and control, according to PM Chinh.
It was necessary to flexibly adjust, closely coordinate between monetary and fiscal policies, accelerate disbursement of public investment capital as well as promote exports and control prices, he said.
He said the Government will priotise removing difficulties in mechanisms and policies to tap all resources for pandemic prevention and control and socio-economic development, ensuring social welfare, and strengthening national defence and security.
The efficiency of external affairs work will be promoted along with pushing up international integration and drastically implement the 'vaccine diplomacy', Chinh said.
The Government and Prime Minister will accompany the authorities and people of Can Tho city to successfully implement the set goals with the immediate plan of shifting its strategy to safe and flexible adaptation and effective control of the COVID-19 pandemic while boosting socio-economic development, he said./.