Vietnam’s peacekeeping force wins high appreciation

Vietnam’s peacekeeping force wins high appreciation

The peacekeeping force of Vietnam has made considerable contributions over the past years, which have won the recognition and high evaluation from the United Nations and international friends, thereby helping to promote the country’s stature and prestige in the region and the world.

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Military sports festival held in Ho Chi Minh City

PANO – Gia Dinh Regiment of the Ho Chi Minh City’s Military Command opened a military sports festival on April 21.

Armored Corps opens competition for tank crews

PANO – The Armored Corps opened a competition for tank crews throughout the military on April 22.
Lao diplomats visit Military Region 1

PANO – A mission of the Lao Embassy in Vietnam, led by Lao Ambassador Sengphet Houngbuongnuang, had a working visit and worked with the Military Region 1 Command on April 21.

Vietnam-China border exchange plays important role in promoting bilateral relations

PANO - “The Vietnam-China border defense friendship exchange plays an important role in promoting the relationship between the two Parties, States, and militaries, contributing to building a borderline of peace, friendship, cooperation and development, and manifesting the vision of two sides’ leaders,” stressed Major General Le Duc Thai, Chief of the Vietnam Border Guard Command.
Factory Z176 presented medical supplies to NA Office

PANO – Factory Z176 under the General Department of Defense Industry, on April 19, presented 48,000 face masks and 15,000 face shields to the National Assembly (NA) Office in Hanoi.

MR 3’s local military commands effectively carry out policies for troops and families

PANO - A mission from the Military Region 3 (MR3) Command from April 5-13 checked the implementation of policies for troops and their families at military commands of cities and provinces in the region since 2019.
A story of founder of Vietnam’s first UXO female clearing squad

PANO – As the Chief of the Female Engineer Squad sponsored by the Norwegian People’s Aid (NPA), Nguyen Thi Dieu Linh and her fellows have cleared tones of unexploded ordnance (UXO) left over by the war for more than a decade. She has wholeheartedly been devoted to the work so as to revive more “land of death” for local hunger elimination, poverty reduction and socio-economic development.

Two more sets of remains of martyrs found in Doch 1 village

PANO – The Search and Collection Team under Military Region 3 held a ceremony to hand over two sets of remains of fallen soldiers to the Gia Lai provincial war cemetery on April 12.
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