Secretary of the Hanoi Municipal Party Committee Vuong Dinh Hue attended the handover ceremony in Dong Anh district and presented gifts to units that youths will serve in. This year, 239 youths in Dong Anh district will serve in military and public security forces. 19.2% of them hold university and college degrees while 57% of them graduated from high school. Attentively, 52% of the recruits volunteered to do the military service.

Secretary of the Hanoi Municipal Party Committee Vuong Dinh Hue encourages recruits

* Directing the ceremony in Thanh Hoa city to hand over more than 3,500 youths from 27 localities in Thanh Hoa province to units under the Ministries of National Defense and Public Security, Senior Lieutenant General Nguyen Tan Cuong, Deputy Defense Minister asked units to promptly receive the young recruits, arrange accommodations for them, and start military training programs. Among the recruits, nearly 1,000 youths come from ethnic minority groups.

* Deputy Defense Minister Senior Lieutenant General Le Huy Vinh attended a  recruit handover ceremony in Da Nang city and encouraged youths to complete their military service. 18.3% of over 1,000 youths doing military services in this coastal city are university and college degree holders and 1.7% of them are local workers.

* Deputy Defense Minister Vice Admiral Pham Hoai Nam directed the handover ceremony in Hoai Nhon district, Binh Dinh province. This year, more than 2,300 youths from the province joined the military.

This year's recruits are Party members and youth union members

* Sr. Lt. Gen. Tran Quang Phuong, Deputy Director of the General Department of Politics of the Vietnam People’s Army, attended a  ceremony in Duc Pho town, Quang Ngai province to hand over 2,450 youths to military units and 190 youths to public security units. 0.39% of the recruits are Party members.

* The recruit handover ceremony in Song Cong city, Thai Nguyen province, saw the presence of Lt. Gen. Nguyen Van Nghia, Deputy Chief of the General Staff of the Vietnam People’s Army, and Lt. Gen. Nguyen Hong Thai, Commander of Military Region 1. This year, 1,800 youths in Thai Nguyen province are doing military service. The number of university and college graduates has increased by 1.3% against last year.

* Lt. Gen. Nguyen Trong Binh, Deputy Chief of the General Staff attended a  ceremony in Hue city to hand over youths from Thua Thien-Hue province to military units.

* This year, 2,700 youths in Bac Giang province will serve in military units. Over 500 youths volunteered to do military service, and nearly 20% of the recruits are ethnic minority people. At the handover ceremony, local authorities presented gifts to the recruits.

The recruit handover ceremonies take place with strict observance of COVID-19 prevention and control measures

* Among youths doing military service in Quang Binh province this year, two are female. Attentively, 65.05% of the recruits meet high school education and higher levels.

* The political awareness, health conditions, and knowledge of the 2,000 plus recruits in Khanh Hoa province this year are higher than those in previous years. Four are Party members.

* All 997 youths in Dak Nong province serving in military and public security units this year are Party members and youth union members.

* 628 of 2,578 youths in Gia Lai province doing military service this year volunteered to serve in military and public security units. 21 were admitted to the Party. 

* In Dak Lak province, among 2,842 youths serving in military and public security units this year, two are female, 159 are graduates of universities and colleges, six are State officials and civil servants, and eight are Party members.

Translated by Mai Huong