Da Nang asked the Ministry of Planning and Investment to evaluate investment policies, capital sources and the ability to balance investment projects to build Lien Chieu Port.
Lien Chieu port project has a total investment of more than VND 3,426 billion
Yesterday (July 18), the Ministry of Planning and Investment held an online preliminary conference of the first 6 months of 2019 and carried out the tasks of socio-economic development in the last 6 months.
At the conference, Vice Chairman of Da Nang People's Committee Ho Ky Minh proposed the Ministry of Planning and Investment to consider and propose to the Government to approve the adjustment of the city's planning for the period 2011-2020 to remove difficulties and obstacles to continue performing the work while waiting for the new planning to be prepared in accordance with the Planning Law.
Vice President Ho Ky Minh also asked the Ministry of Planning and Investment to provide guidance on the deployment of a wide selection of investors for the Danang solid waste treatment project.
At the same time, assess the investment policy, capital and ability to balance investment projects to build Lien Chieu Port, advise the Government to complete investment procedures, allocate capital from the 10% reserve plan. Medium-term public investment for the period 2016-2020 of the whole country to start and implement the investment project to build Lien Chieu Port.
It is known that the construction of Lien Chieu port has been planned for many years by Da Nang city to reduce the pressure on Tien Sa port and limit the means of transport to circulate the inner city roads.
Lien Chieu port project has a total investment of more than 3,426 billion VND, including items such as breakwaters, breakwaters, ship channels, traffic connecting ports, connecting technical infrastructure (electricity, water, information contact)…
After completion, Lien Chieu port will assume the role of the main berth of the international gateway in Central Vietnam, with the capacity to receive 100,000-ton ships, container ships with a capacity of between 6,000 and 8,000 TEU.
According to Dieu Trang