Khanh Hoa Provincial People's Committee has just issued a document guiding the implementation of Directive No.02 /CT-TTg dated on January 15, 2020 of the Prime Minister on strengthening the management and supervision measures for unmanned aircrafts and ultra light flying vehicles to ensure national defense, security, social order and safety and ensure aviation security in the province
Illustrated Tightening the management of unmanned aircraft and ultra light flying vehicles. By baochinhphu.vn
Specifically, the Provincial People's Committee assigned the provincial Military Command to coordinate with the concerned departments, branches and localities in propagating and disseminating to organizations and individuals using unmanned aircrafts and ultralight flying vehicles to understand the provisions of law on the management and use of these type of vehicles. Organizing forces to firmly grasp the situation of the geographical areas, strictly managing the situation in the air, coastal areas, hills and mountains, areas adjacent to provinces, especially the airport area which regularly has civil aviation aircrafts (except for licensed unmanned aircrafts and ultralight flying vehicles). Strengthening inspection and control, if any organizations or individuals that flying without flight permit must be prevented, arrested to complete legal procedures and handle according to the provisions of the Government's Decree No.36/2008/ND-CP. Developing countermeasures against unmanned aircraft and ultralight vehicles to protect key targets. Coordinating with the Provincial Police in identifying violations and administrative sanctions of activities related to these types of vehicles in accordance with the law…
The Provincial People's Committee requests directors of departments, agencies, chairmen of People's Committees of districts, towns, cities and relevant agencies and units to implement the guidelines in this document. During the implementation process, if any difficulties or problems arise, agencies and units shall promptly send written documents to the provincial Military Command for summarizing and reporting to the provincial People's Committee for instruction.