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Chairman of the Vietnam Farmers' Association Luong Quoc Doan attended the opening ceremony of the Week to promote and introduce high-quality agricultural products

Published May 20, 2024

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A significant agricultural trade promotion event has been held in Hanoi, aimed at enhancing the visibility of high-quality, environmentally friendly agricultural products from Hanoi and various provinces. The event, attended by senior officials, featured over 1,000 lines of products from places such as Son Tay town and other cities. It also highlighted the potential of Son Tay town to become a hub for tourism and urban economic development. The event included activities like visiting historical sites, trying local products, and shopping, with a focus on promoting regional cultural and artistic exchanges.
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Attending the opening ceremony were comrade Luong Quoc Doan - Member of the Party Central Committee, Chairman of the Central Executive Committee of the Vietnam Farmers' Union; Comrade Nguyen Thi Tuyen - Member of the Party Central Committee, Permanent Deputy Secretary of the Hanoi Party Committee; Comrade Le Hong Son - Standing Vice Chairman of Hanoi City People's Committee. Speaking at the opening ceremony, Ms. Pham Hai Hoa - Chairwoman of the Hanoi Farmers' Association said: This event is an agricultural trade promotion activity organized to promote the introduction and promotion of agricultural products. High quality, environmentally friendly; OCOP products, handicraft products, typical traditional craft villages of Hanoi and other provinces and cities, contributing to enhancing brand value; Promote trade connections and consumption of typical agricultural products between Hanoi and other provinces and cities; increasing production value of agriculture and tourism services in ...
Source: Danviet
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