Commanding General of Military Region 1 Lieutenant General Nguyen Hong Thai, Second-in-Command Officer of MR1 Major General Tran Van Kinh, and representatives of other functional agencies attended the event.
At the working session, the mission was briefed on MR1's task performance in technical work over the past time and proposals made by representatives of MR1's affiliated units.
Accordingly, the delegation mapped out concrete plans and established four teams to inspect the implementation of technical work from October 27 to 29 at MR1's units and agencies, including the Staff Department, the Technical Department, the Military Commands of Lang Son and Thai Nguyen provinces, Divisions 3 and 346, Brigades 210, 409, 575, and 601, Workshop X79, Warehouse K21 (under the Technical Department), Battalions 23 and 97 (under the Staff Department).
Besides, the teams focus on checking the quality of occupational safety and health, the implementation of regulations and policies and discipline of technical work, systems of documents, warehouses, equipment and traffic safety, fire prevention and firefighting, to name a few.
Translated by Quynh Oanh
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