The exhibition showcases 40 organizations and 110 OCOP (One Community One Product) goods, including 29 3-star OCOP goods, 67 4-star goods, and 14 5-star goods.
|Chairman of the National Assembly Vuong Dinh Hue, President of the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) Duarte Pacheco, IPU Secretary General Martin Chungong, and Chairman of the IPU Young Parliamentarians Forum Dan Carden at the exhibition (Photo: VNA).|
In his opening remarks, Vu Hai Ha, Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Vietnamese National Assembly and Chairman of the Inter-Parliamentary Union of Vietnam, stated that the purpose of the exhibition is to serve as a valuable platform for parliamentarians from different countries to exchange experiences in digital transformation and discover flexible adaptation solutions after the global pandemic.
|This exhibition highlights Vietnamese culture and technological achievements in digital transformation, reinforcing the country’s role and position in the global integration and development process (Photo: VTV).|
Ha believes that by learning about each other’s roles and positions in the global integration and development process, the delegates can formulate strategies to create an environment that mobilizes resources for development investment, production, and business in their respective countries. They can also continue to improve institutional, environmental, and infrastructure conditions to better support the people and businesses involved in the economic restructuring process.
The “Make in Vietnam” technology products and exemplary OCOP products displayed at the exhibition showcase the local capacity for innovation and creativity imbued with identity and tradition. Furthermore, this exhibition highlights Vietnamese culture and technological achievements in digital transformation to international delegates.
|A representative of Vietnam’s innovative product organization introducing their product to a foreign delegate (Photo: dangcongsan.vn).|
The 9th Global Conference of Young Parliamentarians is taking place from September 14-17 in Hanoi, Vietnam, marking the first time the event is hosted by the Vietnamese parliament. This year’s theme is “The role of young people in accelerating sustainable development goals through digital transformation and innovation.”
Thanks to support from the Party, State, and Government, this event provides an opportunity for Vietnamese youth to strengthen cooperation with important partners, particularly international parliamentarians and young leaders.