The opening ceremony of the exhibition (Photo: baodienbienphu.com)

The posters are chosen from a contest for such works commemorating the victory, which was launched by the Mass Culture Department under the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.

Addressing the opening ceremony on April 2, Vice Director of the department Nguyen Quoc Huy said that the posters depict the meaning, significance, and historical values of the victory, affirming the leadership of the Communist Party of Vietnam and President Ho Chi Minh, as well as the great national solidarity spirit.

The exhibition aims to highlight the tradition of patriotism, revolutionary heroism, and the determination to win through the victory, while showing gratitude to people who shed their blood and made contributions to the cause of national liberation and reunification, he said.

Visitors at the exhibition (Photo: baodienbienphu.com)

The official added that the activity is expected to encourage officials, Party members, and people from all walks of life to overcome difficulties to complete all political tasks and successfully implement the 13th National Party Congress’s Resolution.

The exhibition will last until the end of April.

Along with Dien Bien, the posters were exhibited in the northern provinces of Vinh Phuc and Phu Tho.

Source: VNA