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Border areas to host more cultural programmes

Update: December, 23/2017 - 09:00
Trịnh Thị Thủy, deputy minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism (right) and Đỗ Danh Vượng, head of the Border Guard High Command sign an MoU in Ha Noi yesterday. — VNS Photo Minh Thu
Viet Nam News

HÀ NỘI — The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and Border Guard High Command signed a MoU in Hà Nội yesterday to hold more cultural, sports, tourism and family-based activities in border areas and islands over the next five years.

The MoU was signed by Trịnh Thị Thủy, deputy minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism and Đỗ Danh Vượng, head of the Border Guard High Command.

Chairwoman of the Ethnic Minority Culture Department under the ministry, Nguyễn Thị Hải Nhung, said that until 2022, the two sides will enhance co-operation to organise more cultural exchanges between soldiers and people in Việt Nam and between soldiers and people in neighbouring countries.

She said that they would also work to preserve and promote traditional cultures of the region; build tourism products featuring regional culture, especially that of ethnic minorities; organise folk games and sports competitions; and enhance awareness of gender equality and domestic violence. — VNS

 

 

 

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