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Thang Long – Hanoi - Report on ancient citadel relic site by May 2008

Chairman of Hanoi City People’s Committee Nguyen The Thao has proposed the Prime Minister report to the Secretariat about the scale and progress of moving some units of the Ministry of Defence out of the ancient citadel relic site.



The move aims to open space for the construction and upgrade of the ancient citadel relic site to mark the 1,000th anniversary of Thang Long – Hanoi and meet submission requirements for UNESCO recognition as a world cultural heritage site.

The Ministry of Defence also proposed the Prime Minister approve a detailed plan for the forbidden and ancient citadels, and the area west of Nguyen Tri Phuong street to make foundations for units to move.

Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung also assigned the Ministry of Construction to consider the plan on the ancient citadel relic site and report to the Politburo.

BTA (According to HNM Newspaper)


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Thang Long – Hanoi - Report on ancient citadel relic site by May 2008
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Chairman of Hanoi City People’s Committee Nguyen The Thao has proposed the Prime Minister report to the Secretariat about the scale and progress of moving some units of the Ministry of Defence out of the ancient citadel relic site.

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