On January 24th, Mr. Vo Van Thuong, Member of the Politburo, Secretary of the Party Central Committee, Head of the Central Propaganda and Training Commission, Vice President of the Vietnam Red Cross Tran Quoc Hung visited and presented 100 gifts for policy preferential treatment families, families with meritorious services to the revolution, poor households in Van Lang border district (Lang Son). Funding is extracted from the mobilization of the movement "Tet for the poor and victims of Agent Orange" of the Vietnam Red Cross.
Mr. Vo Van Thuong presented gift to Mr. Phung Van Ne, in Na Lien village, Thanh Long commune
Visiting, motivating and congratulating the ethnic people of Thuy Hung commune, Van Lang district, Mr. Vo Van Thuong is delighted that during the past time, under the leadership of all levels of government, the locality has had many encouraging achievements in implementing socio-economic development tasks and ensuring national defense and security. Preparing for the traditional Tet holiday of the nation, the authorities at all levels have made many guidelines, measures and positive and practical activities for every border people to welcome warm and joyful Tet. He highly appreciated the efforts of the Vietnam Red Cross, Lang Son province in taking care of Tet for the people.
Mr. Vo Van Thuong highly appreciated the efforts of the Vietnam Red Cross, Lang Son province in taking care of Tet for the people.
On behalf of the leaders of the Party and State, Mr. Vo Van Thuong hoped that the people in border areas in particular and the people of Lang Son province would be generally welcomed with a prosperous Tet. Tet gifts (each worth VND 1.1 million) were presented to bring a warm Spring as well as a deep appreciation of the Party and State leaders to families under preferential treatment policy and with meritorious services to the revolution, people in difficult circumstances in the area.
Mr. Vo Van Thuong also visited and wished Mr. Phung Van Ne, war invalid (born in 1943) in Na Lien village, Thanh Long commune, Van Lang district and Mrs. Hoang Thi Ty (born in 1928) as a martyr's mother at Lung Cung village, Hoang Viet commune, Van Lang district.
Quang Duy (TTXVN)
Translated by Nguyen Vinh Hoa