Division 320 receives third-class Fatherland Protection Order

Division 320 receives third-class Fatherland Protection Order

PANO – Division 320 under Army Corps 3 held a ceremony on January 16 in Pleiku city to mark the 70th anniversary of its foundation day and receive the third-class Fatherland Protection Order.

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Warmth of Tet coming to staff on offshore platforms

Tet gifts from the Ministry of National Defence and the navy as well as specialties from around the country are being delivered to personnel at offshore economic, scientific, and technical service stations, known as DK1 platforms, and in Con Dao island district.

Military youth team wins “Youths with traffic culture” contest

PANO – The Central Committee of the Vietnam Youth Federation in association with the National Traffic Safety Committee and Honda Vietnam co-held the finals and the awarding ceremony for the “Youths with traffic culture” contest on January 15.
Military Medical University holds competition for foreign students

PANO – The Military Medical University held the Vietnamese Olympiad on January 16 in Hanoi for Lao and Cambodian students studying at the university.

Preparations for signing cooperation agreements with China and Cambodia reviewed

PANO – Deputy Defense Minister Senior Lieutenant General Hoang Xuan Chien chaired a meeting on January 13 in Hanoi to review the preparations for the signing of cooperation agreements on border management and protection with Chinese and Cambodian partners.
Vietnamese Goods Fair and All-People

PANO – The Da Nang Port Border Gate under Da Nang city’s Border Guard Command and Thuan Phuoc Ward People’s Committee and Fatherland Front Committee (Hai Chau district, Da Nang city), co-organized the Vietnamese Goods Fair and All-People's Defense Festival to welcome the Lunar New Year 2021.

National flags presented to fishermen

PANO - A mission of the Naval Region 5 Command and the Laborers’ Newspaper visited and presented national flags to fishermen in the Southwestern region from January 8 to 14.
AO/dioxin still causes sufferings for generations of Vietnamese: German daily

Fifty years ago the US stopped spraying Agent Orange (AO) through Vietnam, however, people still suffer from severe hereditary defects to this day, wrote a recent article published by German daily newspaper Frankfurter Rundschau (FR).

Remains of 23 martyrs reburied in Hoa Binh

The authorities of the northern province of Hoa Binh on January 11 held a ceremony to rebury remains of 23 martyrs who laid down their lives during the anti-French resistance war in a war cemetery in Luong Son district’s Trung Son commune.
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