On November 14, Dong Thap Provincial Party Committee Secretary Le Quoc Phong led a provincial working group to survey the crane farming area and work objects serving the project on the conservation and development of red-crowned cranes in the park . Tram Chime Country.
Mr. Nguyen Van Lam – director of Tram Chim National Park – said that in early November, the province’s working group went to Thailand to negotiate the support of two red-crowned cranes to service media work and launch the project . The decision will be taken in early December.
“On November 7, the Dong Thap Provincial Party Committee issued an official dispatch to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Vietnam for exchanges with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Thailand to promote the red-crowned crane cooperation program in Tram Chim National Park. Support was requested to progress processes to obtain the crane,” Mr Lam said.
Through the survey, Mr. Le Quoc Phong – Secretary of the Dong Thap Provincial Party Committee – requested Tram Chim National Park to urgently complete the infrastructure and plan for the care of the cranes, and establish cooperation procedures for crane conservation through agreements. Told in minutes. Memorandum of understanding on red-crowned crane conservation to complete the next steps of the project.
“By the end of November, there will be a detailed plan for the movement of cranes by road and air in the Tram Chim National Park, priority issues in the transportation of cranes; carefully prepare conditions for the care of cranes and crane squirrels, such as: food Source, medicine store…
In particular, plan the area to arrange a proper place for tourists to view the cranes, seek advice from experts so that the living conditions of the cranes will not be affected after being brought to Dong Thap,” Mr Phong he said.
It is expected that before the project announcement ceremony on December 14, two red-crowned cranes from Thailand will be brought to Tram Chim National Park.
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