The delegation led by Mr. Tran Cong Phu, Standing Deputy Chief of the Provincial Steering Committee for Border Affairs and Director of the Department of Foreign Affairs.

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Giving support to Border Protection Company 531, Ta Vang Police Station and people of Ka Lo village at a A Dot border gate.

During the event, on behalf of the delegation, Mr. Tran Cong Phu inquired after the health of Lao troops and people and shared with the difficulties they face due to natural disasters and epidemics.

Furthermore, he hoped that the authorities, armed forces, and people of the two neighboring provinces of Laos will work closely with units of Thua Thien Hue province, particularly the units on the border line and the people of neighboring localities of A Luoi district in the management and protection of the border as well as building a border of peace, friendship, and development.

The delegation presented 1,300 bags of rice, 220 boxes of cooking oil, 330 boxes of fish sauce, and some other necessities, including dried fish, nuts, and noodles to support Border Guard Companies 531 and 511, Ta Vang and Co Tai Police Stations and three villages of Ka Lo, Se Sap, and Co Tai of Salavan and Sekong provinces.

Translated by Ngoc Linh