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Gratitude paying is a regular activity of Viettel's staff

According to the military business, it has earmarked a large amount of money for these regular activities paying gratitude to those who had rendered good service to the nation. Since 2014, Viettel has spent around VND 300 billion in building new and upgrading martyrs’ cemeteries as well as projects in commemoration of national contributors, including the Road 9 National Cemetery in Quang Tri, the July 27 National Historical Relic Site in Thai Nguyen province’s Dai Tu district, the Ta Thiet Victory Monument in Binh Phuoc province and a commemorative house at the Convalescent Center of Thuan Thanh district, Bac Ninh province.

In 2019 alone, the group visited and presented gifts to 27 Vietnamese heroic mothers, 619 wounded and sick soldiers and families of fallen soldiers. The business’s missions also visited 3,447 officers and workers of its staff coming from families of fallen soldiers, wounded or sick soldiers and those exposed to Agent Orange/dioxin as well as upgraded 20 martyrs’ cemeteries across the country.

As a military business, Viettel has shown its responsibility for the society through practical activities, including offering breeding cattle to needy households and organizing the “Heart for you” program.

Translated by Song Anh