Ministries, localities urged to work seriously after Tet
The Prime Minister issued a document demanding ministries and localities to implement their assigned tasks and missions immediately and avoiding indulgence in Tet-post playful activities.
In the document, he asked public servants to obey disciplines and regulations under the Government’s Instruction No 26/CT-TTg and focus on their work immediately after the Lunar New Year (Tet) festival, creating the most favourable conditions for production and business.
They were also requested to not go to festivals during working hours.
The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development will instruct localities to boost agricultural, forestry and seafood production while the Ministry of Industry and Trade will instruct the acceleration of industrial production activities and the effective operation of reservoirs to ensure sufficient water for agricultural production.
The Ministry of Transport and the National Traffic Safety Committee were urged to coordinate with localities and relevant forces to increase inspection of transport business in order to ensure traffic safety and order during the post-Tet festive season.
The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and localities were called to tighten the management and organisation of festivals, ensuring they take place economically and healthily with traditional cultural values preserved.
The Prime Minister also asked the Ministry of Health to prepare enough staff, drugs and equipment for treatment, prevent diseases, increase checks on food safety at tourist sites and continue measures against harms of alcoholic drinks.
The Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs will work with localities to grasp post-Tet labour situation at enterprises, especially those in industrial parks, while the Ministry of Public Security will direct its units to focus on ensuring social safety and order, taking strict punishments on overloaded coaches and gambling of all forms, as well as preventing fires and explosions.
The Ministry of National Defence was called to implement recruitment plans and coordinate with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to grasp the situation to have appropriate measures to deal with issues relating to sovereignty, external relations and citizen protection.
The Government leader asked the Ministry of Information and Communications and news agencies to promote information work to help increase people’ eagerness for their work.
He also called on professional associations, business community, entrepreneurs and all people to overcome challenges to have effective production, investment and business./.