During the visit, Senior Lieutenant General Do Can briefed NA Vice Chairman Do Ba Ty on the museum’s major tasks. Accordingly, the museum is preserving numerous valuable artifacts, including national treasures, considered essential materials to educate future generations of Vietnamese people about military traditions and patriotism. The new headquarters of the museum is going to be built in Nam Tu Liem district under the approval of the Prime Minister.

NA Vice Chairman Do Ba Ty and the museum's staff pose for a photo.

According to Lieutenant Colonel Mai Thi Ngoc, Director of the Military History Museum, the unit has always paid much attention to providing adequate information for and popularizing Vietnam’s military history to foreign visitors. The museum welcomed over 600,000 guests last year, becoming one of the most attractive destinations for foreign tourists in Hanoi, she added.

Talking to the museum’s leaders, NA Vice Chairman applauded their efforts in accomplishing the assigned missions, hoping that they will continue bringing into play their achievements and fulfilling the unit’s tasks in the time to come.

Translated by Trung Thanh