Speaking at the event, GDP’s Deputy Director Senior Lieutenant General Do Can applauded achievements of wounded soldiers  and martyrs’ relatives. He asked GDP’s affiliated units to continue implementing gratitude activities by concrete and practical measures, ensuring interests for policy beneficiaries, and creating favorable conditions for them to fulfill their assigned missions.

GDP’s Deputy Director Senior Lieutenant General Do Can (fifth from right) presents gifts to wounded soldiers and martyrs’ relatives.

At the gathering, General Can presented savings books and gifts of the GDP’s leadership as well as gifts from State President to policy beneficiaries.

* The same day, a delegation of the Central Military Commission and the Ministry of National Defense, led by GDP's Deputy Director Major General Nguyen Van Gau, visited and offered gifts to policy beneficiaries in Dien Bien province.

During the event, the delegation handed over 40 gifts, worth VND 2 million each, and two savings books to local policy beneficiaries in the province.

On behalf of the delegation, Major General Nguyen Van Gau inquired after wounded and sick soldiers, martyrs’ relatives and policy families. He underlined that the Party, State, and defense ministry always pay much attention to caring for national contributors and policy beneficiaries. The officer also expressed deep gratitude to the Dien Bien provincial authorities and people, who have wholeheartedly protected and supported troops of the Vietnam People’s Army during the national struggle for independence and freedom as well as the military’s construction and development cause.

Previously, the delegation offered incense and paid floral tribute to heroic martyrs at the martyrs temple at Dien Bien Phu Battlefield and the A1 National War Cemetery.

* On July 15, a delegation of the General Department of Logistics held a “return-to-the-roots” journey to Dinh Hoa district, Thai Nguyen province.

On this occasion, the delegation offered incense to pay homage to President Ho Chi Minh at his memorial house in Deo De hamlet, Phu Dinh commune. The delegation also lit incense at sevaral historical places that are attached to the history of the General Department of Logistics. Also, they handed over 55 sets of gifts to wounded and sick soldiers, martyrs’ relatives, and revolutionary contributors in the locality.

* The Defense Trade Union Board visited war veterans and disabled children, who are being taken care at the Vietnam Friendship House in Van Canh commune, Hoai Duc district, Hanoi. On the occasion, the board presented 35 gifts to war veterans and a VND 10 million-worth gift to the village.

* A delegation of the Naval Academy held a healthcare program in Khanh Trung commune, Khanh Vinh district, Khanh Hoa province on July 15. During the event, the delegation provided health check-ups and consultancy and free medicines for policy beneficiaries while giving 20 sets of gift to local policy families.

Translated by Trung Thanh