THE PRIME MINISTER OF GOVERNMENT
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SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF VIET NAM
Independence - Freedom - Happiness
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No: 57/2002/QD-TTg
Hanoi, April 26, 2002
 
DECISION
APPROVING THE PLANNING ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE PHYSICAL TRAINING AND SPORT SECTOR TILL 2010
THE PRIME MINISTER
Pursuant to the Law on Organization of the Government of December 25, 2001;
Pursuant to Directive No. 36-CT/TW of March 24, 1994 of the Party Central Committee’s Secretariat (the VIIth Congress) on the work of physical training and sports in the new period; Directive No. 133-TTg of March 7, 1995 of the Prime Minister on the formulation of the planning on development of the physical training and sport sector;
Pursuant to the Prime Minister’s Directive No. 32/1998/CT-TTg of September 23, 1998 on the overall planning of socio-economic development till 2010;
At the proposals of the Minister of Planning and Investment (Report No. 2449/BKH-VPTD of April 21, 1999 and Official Dispatch No. 6289-BKH/VPTD of September 18, 2001) and the Minister-Chairman of the Commission for Physical Training and Sport (Report No. 168/UBTDTT of June 15, 2001 and Official Dispatch of March 7, 2002) applying for the approval of the planning on the development of the physical training and sport sector till 2010,
DECIDES:
Article 1.- To approve the planning on the development of the physical training and sport sector till 2010 with the following major contents:

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1. Viewpoints:
a) Physical training and sports constitute an important part in the national cause of socio-economic development, aiming to foster and bring into play the human factor; contribute to raising physical strength, educating in personality, morality and healthy lifestyle, enriching the cultural life and bringing into play the national spirit of the Vietnamese people in active service of the 2001-2010 ten-year strategy for socio-economic development.
 

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