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The Important Discussion Study Book on the Work of Agriculture Rural Areas and Farmers Published

Lena

2023-05-10 08:20

Renmin Daily

Xi’s Important Discussion Study Book on the Work of Agriculture, Rural Areas and Farmers was by People's Publishing House and China Agriculture Press and distributed nationwide recently.

Since the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, the CPC Central Committee with Comrade Xi Jinping at its core has made solving problems concerning agriculture, rural areas and farmers the top priority in the work of the whole Party, and has continued to play an important role in strengthening agriculture and rural areas, thus making historic achievements and bringing about historic changes in agriculture and rural areas. Xi’s Important Discussion Study Book on the Work of Agriculture, Rural Areas and Farmers is an important part of Xi Jinpings Thoughts on Socialism with Chinese Characteristics for a New Era. It is the guide to action and the fundamental guideline for our work on agriculture, rural areas and farmers in the new era and on the new journey. This book is divided into 16 special topics, including the historical orientation and strategic positioning of the work concerning agriculture, rural areas and farmers, development goals and key tasks, institutional framework and policy system, explains the core essence, spiritual essence, rich connotation and practical requirements of Xi's important exposition on the work of "agriculture, rural areas and farmers".

The publication of the Reader is conducive to a comprehensive, in-depth and systematic study of Xi Jinping’s important discussion on the work of agriculture, rural areas and farmers”, and mobilize the whole Party and society to comprehensively promote rural revitalization, accelerate the modernization of agriculture and rural areas, and work hard to build China into an agricultural powerhouse.

 

Translated by Lena.

 

 


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