(Cinet)- On 22nd, April, the Prime Minister has agreed in writing to continue to conserve and restore the U Minh Thuong historical relic in Kien Giang Province.
Kien Giang Province was assigned by the Prime Minister to direct the Planning of U Minh Thuong historical and cultural relics towards investing, preserving and promoting the value of the historical relic associated with protecting the environment and biosphere of the U Minh Thuong’s forest.
The Prime Minister asked the province to work with the Ministry of Planning and Investment, Finance, Culture, Sports and Tourism to determine the specific supporting level from the central budget with the cultural goal, from balancing capability of local capital and from the mobilization of other legal capitals to direct to build, evaluate and approve the project under the current regulations, in accordance with the approved planning adjustments.
Currently, the roads system, the running water supply systems through forest and the observation level as well as some other constructed work items are meeting the needs of researchers and visitors to travel the U Minh ecosystem. Many businesses exploiting the domestic and overseas tourism were interested in surveying and seven enterprises have been already registered to invest and draw out the tourism in this place. With the establishment of the National Park and the ecotourism planning of the U Minh Ha National Park, the genetic resources of the abundant plants and animals here will be protected and served for scientific researches.
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