During the visits to the Military Commands of Tien Giang and Ben Tre and the Border Guard Command of Ben Tre, General Quyet highly valued the proactiveness of the units in implementing their combat readiness plans, taking care of troops’ physical health and spiritual life, and preparing for the upcoming Tet (lunar New Year) festival.

Lt. Gen. Trinh Van Quyet presents Tet gifts to the Tien Giang provincial Military Command.
General Quyet visits the Ben Tre provincial Border Guard Command

The GDP’s deputy director required the units to continue seriously maintaining combat readiness, grasping the local situations to promptly deal with unexpected issues, and collaborating with relevant forces to ensure political security and social safety in the stationed areas.

In addition, the units should ensure benefits for troops, especially for the needy, during the traditional Tet festival, organize numerous activities for servicemen on duty, and take care of policy beneficiaries and needy families in the localities, he added.

General Quyet extends Tet greetings to GDP’s units on the area of Military Region 9.

General Quyet also visited four affiliated units of the GDP in Can Tho city, namely the People’s Army Newspaper, the Military Broadcasting Center, the People’s Army Publishing House, and the Department of Military Security Protection. He urged the units to promote their achievements, improve political task performance, grasp all situations, and collaborate with relevant forces to deal with emerging problems in the area.

Prior to the Tet festival, the officer required the units to tighten COVID-19 prevention and control, strictly implement combat readiness plans, observe military discipline and pay more attention to the living conditions of troops and employees.

The delegation visits and presents gifts to General Le Van Dung, former Director of the GDP.

On the occasion, the delegation visited and offered Tet gifts to General Le Van Dung, former Director of the GDP. On behalf of the GDP’s leadership, General Quyet wished General Dung good health and hoped that the former senior officer will always promote virtues of Uncle Ho’s soldiers, and be a good example for military troops.

Translated by Trung Thanh