On the afternoon of January 29th, Mr. Phan Dinh Trac, Secretary of the Party Central Committee, Head of the Central Committee for Internal Affairs and the delegation of the Central Committee for Internal Affairs and the Vietnam Red Cross visited Dien Bien province.
The delegation visited and gave Tet gifts to Border Guard staff and soldiers; presented Tet gifts to 100 policy preferential treatment households with difficult circumstances and affected by natural disasters in Pom Lot commune, Dien Bien district (each gift worth 1.1 million VND); presented 3 families of Dien Bien soldiers in Dien Bien Phu city.
The delegation visited and presented Tet gifts to 100 households on Tet holiday in Pom Lot commune, Dien Bien district
Visiting and giving Tet gifts to disadvantaged and disaster affected households in Pom Lot commune and Dien Bien soldiers' families, Mr. Phan Dinh Trac graciously inquired about people's health, study and preparation for Tet holiday. He suggested the local government to do well the task of caring for the poor, not leaving behind any family without Tet.
Mr. Tran Quoc Hung, Vice President of the Vietnam Red Cross gave Tet gifts to people in Pom Lot commune, Dien Bien district
Mr. Phan Dinh Trac highly appreciated the efforts of the Vietnam Red Cross in implementing the Movement of "Tet for the poor and victims of Agent Orange" in the past years and proposed the Red Cross to continue to mobilize, connect with benefactors to take care of Tet for poor people, especially people in areas affected by natural disasters.
The delegation of Mr. Phan Dinh Trac came to offer incense, commemorate the heroic martyrs at the A1 Martyrs Cemetery and wished a happy new year to the Dien Bien Provincial Party Committee and Dien Bien Provincial Committee for the Internal Affairs.
Translated by Nguyen Vinh Hoa