The PM was speaking at a ceremony in My Son Sanctuary in Quang Nam Province which was recognised as a World Heritage site in 1999. In the same year, the ancient city of Hoi Analso received the same status from UNESCO. According the PM, these, and the world biosphere reserve site of the Cham Islands, were typical samples of the heritage preservation and biodiversity conservation in Vietnam and the world. He said they helped promote the image of Vietnam’s integration process to the whole world Phúc said the central province was a rare locality in Vietnam obtaining two world heritages and a world biosphere reserve site. He praised the province in the context of preservation of the world heritage and the country’s sovereignty on territorial waters and lands, which promoted a sustainable livelihood for the community through tourism. The PM also urged state agencies and Quang Nam to boost sustainable development of the world heritage sites, while preserving the natural environment and caring plastic waste management. Phúc also expressed his honour respect to the contribution of the late Polish archaeologist and architect Kazimierz Kwiatkowski, known as ‘Kazik’, and international organisations as well as governments of Italy, India and Poland in… Read full this story
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