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Cao Bang Province has new Party Chief

Lieutenant General Tran Hong Minh has been appointed as Party Secretary of Cao Bang province. 

 

Ong Tran Hong Minh duoc dieu dong lam Bi thu Tinh uy Cao Bang hinh anh 1

Politburo member, Secretary of the Party Central Committee, Head of the Party Central Committee’s Organisation Commission Truong Thi Mai handed the promotion decision to the newly-appointed Party Secretary of Cao Bang Province Tran Hong Minh. Photo: Quoc Dat/VNA

 

Lieutenant General Tran Hong Minh, member of the Party Central Committee, member of the Central Military Commission, Chairman of the General Department of Defense Industry under the Ministry of National Defense, has been appointed Secretary of the Cao Bang Provincial Party Committee.

Minh was born in 1967 in An My commune, My Duc district, Hanoi. He holds a doctoral degree of engineering.

Minh has more than 35 years of working in the military environment. He has assumed many positions in the army.

Since 2014, he has held the following positions: Commander of the Army Corps of Engineers, Deputy Commander and Chief of Staff of Military Zone 1, Commander of Military Zone 1, Member of the Central Military Commission, and Chairman of the General Department of National Industry.

At the 13th National Party Congress, he was elected a member of the Party Central Committee. He is a member of the 15th National Assembly.

Huong Quynh

 

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