Vice President Nguyen Thi Doan burns incense at the Road 9 National Martyrs’ Cemetery ( Image: baoquangtri.vn )
The Vice President hailed the national contributors’ efforts to overcome difficult circumstances and serve as an example for the next generation. She expressed hope that the youth will promote Vietnam’s tradition of revolution and contribute to national construction and development.
She also urged local authorities to pay care for the beneficiaries, in line with the Party and State’s policies on expressing gratitude to those who sacrificed their lives for the national independence.
On the occasion, Vice President Doan also visited the historical site of the Provisional Revolutionary Government of the Republic of South Vietnam’s Headquarters and burnt incense at the Truong Son and Road 9 National Martyrs’ Cemeteries and the Quang Tri Old citadel.
The Ministry of Labour, War Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA) in co-ordination with relevant ministries and sectors will hold numerous activities to care for families of war invalids and martyrs and show appreciation for national contributors, announced the MOLISA at a press conference on July 7 in Hanoi.
Activities will include a national conference honouring outstanding national contributors in Da Nang city on July 7, a live television programme linking Hanoi, Thai Nguyen, Quang Tri, Tay Ninh and Kien Giang provinces on July 26, and a celebratory meeting for occasion on July 27 in Hanoi.