First Vietnamese appointed as CEO of Mekong River Commission

Mr. Pham Tuan Phan on January 18 assumed the post of Chief Executive Officer (CEO) at the Mekong River Commission (MRC) Secretariat.

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Mr. Pham Tuan Phan

This is the first time that the MRC has appointed a CEO from one of the four Member Countries. The move coincides with the MRC’s efforts in structural reforms of decentralization and “riparianization” to make the organization self-sufficient by 2030.

For the next three years, Mr. Phan will lead the MRC’s structural reforms and oversee a strong team to carry out the new five-year strategic development plan for regional cooperation and sustainable development of the Mekong River Basin.

“As a Mekong citizen, it’s my great honor to be the first riparian CEO of the MRC Secretariat. I will do whatever it takes to lead and guide this organization to effectively achieve its goals, with greater vision and a finer spirit of hope and achievement in becoming a self-financed institution in 2030,” he said.

The 62-year old native of Ha Noi holds Master’s and Doctor’s degrees in Physics and Computing from the State University in Belarus, and has completed core courses of Master of Business Administration from the Open University in the United Kingdom.

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