Vietnam Urban Sustainable Development Forum 2022 will be held in Hanoi | Ho Chi Minh City

The Vietnam Urban Sustainable Development Forum 2022 is expected to attract the attention and participation of more than 1,500 national and international delegates, aiming to become one of the largest annual forums on urban sustainable development. In Vietnam.

Under the theme “Sustainable Urban Development Towards Green and Smart Cities, Climate Change Adaptation, Natural Disaster and Epidemic Prevention and Control”, the forum will include a high-level forum session, chaired by leaders of the Party, the National Assembly, and Government which will take place on June 17 followed by four seminars on June 16 and 17.

In particular, during the plenary session, the reports will focus on issues of perfecting institutions, policies and actions to implement Resolution No. 06-NQ/TW on planning, construction, management and development. sustainable urban development in Vietnam until 2030 with a Vision until 2045.

In addition, participants also discuss the international experience in improving urban governance capacity, developing green, smart, sustainable and adaptive cities in Vietnam, and the experience in building and developing the model of industrial – urban – service areas.

At the same time, the seminars will cover the main topics including urban construction, the chain of national and international connected smart cities, the synchronous and effective integration of urban reconstruction and digital transformation in association with the vision of an urban development development, as well as the improvement of institutions and policies aimed at promoting urbanization and sustainable urban development and new urban models.

Additionally, they will talk about promoting economic transformation in urban areas.

In addition to the thematic seminars, within the framework of the forum, there will be technology exhibitions and technology investment connections for comprehensive urban development in Vietnam.

By Minh Anh – Translated by Anh Quan

Melvin B. Baillie