Provincial chairman hosts French Development Agency delegation

Hoang Quoc Khanh, Deputy Secretary of the provincial Party Committee and Chairman of the provincial People's Committee, on February 28 held a working session with a delegation from the French Development Agency (AFD) on the implementation of a project on urban infrastructure improvement in response to climate change in Son La city.

 Chairman of the provincial People's Committee Hoang Quoc Khanh works with the French Development Agency (AFD) delegation.

The proposal for the project, using ODA loans from the AFD, was approved by the Prime Minister in March 2022. Then its investment policy was ratified by the People's Council of Son La province.

The four-year project is carried out in Son La city and Muong Bu commune, Muong La district, with five sub-projects, including upgrading Nam La stream flood drainage infrastructure; improving urban drainage infrastructure; building infrastructure of parks and lakes in urban areas; expanding the drainage and water treatment system of Son La city (phase 2); improving project efficiency and strengthening the capacity of state management agencies and people in the project area.

 A representative of the AFD delegation speaks at the working session.

The AFD delegation gave opinions on the proposals of the provincial ODA project management board on the sub-project on supporting improvement of capacity of State management agencies and people in the project area using non-refundable aid capital and its feasibility study report (FS). They also discussed draft contents, terms, and regulations in preparation for negotiating and signing loan and aid agreements.

Chairman of the provincial People's Committee Hoang Quoc Khanh speaks at the event.

At the event, Khanh appreciated AFD's support for project implementation. Son La province commits to closely coordinating with the AFD to complete the documents so that the project can soon be implemented in accordance with regulations, he affirmed.


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