Quang Ngai Provincial Secretary proposed Ministry of Foreign Affairs to complete the dossier to submit to the Government and UNESCO to recognize Binh Chau sea and Ly Son island as Global Geoparks.
About Vietnam information, on December 9th, Quang Ngai Provincial Secretary Le Viet Chu proposed Ministry of Foreign Affairs to complete the dossier to submit to the Government and UNESCO to recognize Binh Chau sea and Ly Son island as Global Geoparks.
“We continue to invest in infrastructure and tourism products development to attract more domestic and international tourists.” Mr Chu said.
In this regard, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Le Hoai Trung assesses that the project is feasible but there are many things to prepare.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs will help Quang Ngai to complete dossier for submission to the Government and UNESCO and support to organize several conferences and seminars, international cultural events around this problem.
Potentials in Quang Ngai
Prof. Dr. Nguyen Hoang – the Institute of Geological and Geomorphology study (Japan) – considered Binh Chau sea and Ly Son island as “Halong Bay volcanic sediments” wonders. This is great potential to develop tourism.
Currently, Quang Ngai province has allowed the Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism in coordination with Doan Anh Duong Company to invite experts to complete their dossiers to recognize ancient sinking ship monuments in Binh Chau as a national relic and cultural history relics in Ly Son island district as a special national monument.
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