Deputy Minister of Finance Bui Van Khang appointed

VCN – On January 31, the Ministry of Finance held a ceremony to announce and hand over the Prime Minister's Decision on the appointment of Mr. Bui Van Khang as Deputy Minister of Finance. Minister of Finance Ho Duc Phoc chaired the ceremony.
Deputy Minister of Finance Bui Van Khang appointed
Minister of Finance Ho Duc Phoc awarded the Decision on appointment to Mr. Bui Van Khang – Vice Chairman of the People’s Committee of Quang Ninh province as Deputy Minister of Finance.

At the ceremony, authorized by the Prime Minister, Minister of Finance Ho Duc Phoc awarded the Decision on the appointment to Mr. Bui Van Khang as Deputy Minister of Finance.

At the ceremony, on behalf of the Party Committee and leaders of the Ministry of Finance, Minister Ho Duc Phoc congratulated Mr. Bui Van Khang on his new position.

According to the Minister, the appointment shows the trust of the Central Government, and the local government in Mr. Bui Van Khang.

The Minister said that the Ministry of Finance is a multi-sectoral ministry and the lifeblood of the economy, so the Ministry faces challenges in enforcement. However, this is also great responsibility of the ministry.

Deputy Minister of Finance Bui Van Khang appointed
Minister Ho Duc Phoc delivers a congratulatory speech and assigns tasks to the new Deputy Minister of Finance.

The Minister hoped that Deputy Minister Bui Van Khang will uphold the spirit of solidarity and responsibility together with the leaders and officers in the entire Finance sector to accomplish assigned tasks.

At the ceremony, Mr. Nguyen Xuan Ky, Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee, Chairman of the People's Council of Quang Ninh province also congratulated Mr. Bui Van Khang. This was great joy of the Ministry of Finance as well as of the Party Committee, government and people of Quang Ninh province.

Deputy Minister of Finance Bui Van Khang appointed
New Deputy Minister Bui Van Khang delivers a speech at the ceremony.

The Secretary of Quang Ninh province hoped that Mr. Bui Van Khang will continue to widen his experience during his working time in Quang Ninh Province, especially promote the family tradition to accomplish the task, and will make contributions to the country’s development.

Deputy Minister Bui Van Khang expressed his deepest gratitude to the Party Central Committee Secretariat, the Government Party Committee, and the Prime Minister for trusting and appointing him to the position. The new Deputy Minister also expressed his thanks to the Government Party Committee, Minister Ho Duc Phoc and leaders of the Ministry of Finance, Standing Committee, Executive Committee of the Ministry's Party Committee, leaders of departments and units under the Ministry of Finance for trusting and appointing him to work at the Ministry of Finance.

New Deputy Minister Bui Van Khang promised to make great efforts and broaden experience during his work to contribute to the development of the Finance sector and political tasks.

He also hoped that he will continue to be supported by Party and State leaders, central agencies, the Minister of Finance, members in the Party Committee, leaders of Ministry of Finance, and Financial officers to accomplish the task.

Deputy Minister Bui Van Khang was born on May 16, 1971; Native land: An Binh commune, Kien Xuong district, Thai Binh province; Qualification: Master's degree; Political theory: Advanced level.

- From November 1988 - December 2012: Customs Official, Deputy Head of Team, Deputy Manager, Manager of Customs Branched under Quang Ninh Customs Department;

- From January 2013 - June 2017: Deputy Director of Quang Ninh Customs Department;

- From July 2017 - December 2018: Director of Quang Ninh Customs Department;

- From January 2019 - September 2020: Vice Chairman of Quang Ninh Provincial People's Committee;

- From September 2020 - January 28, 2024: Member of the Provincial Party Standing Committee, Vice Chairman of Quang Ninh Provincial People's Committee;

- From January 29, 2024: Deputy Minister of Finance.

By Hoai Anh/Ngoc Loan

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