The center is currently taking care of 30 severely wounded soldiers and nursing over 3,000 wounded soldiers around the province. Furthermore, the center has overcome adversity in the past to complete its assigned missions.

Lieutenant General Trinh Van Quyet, speaking on behalf of the CMC, MND, and GDP, expressed his deep gratitude to the wounded soldiers at the center, wishing them good health and hoping that they would continue to promote Uncle Ho's soldiers' heroic traditions and set a good example for younger generations. He also requested the center's staff to look after their spiritual and material life.

Lieutenant General Trinh Van Quyet (left) handing over gifts to wounded and sick soldiers

The GDP’s Deputy Director also affirmed that over the past time, the CMC, MND, GDP and units throughout the military have always paid attention to and directed the implementation of military and military home-front policies as well as gratitude movements. Specifically, the units and provinces have comprehensively carried out the search for and repatriation of fallen soldiers' remains, including 415 martyrs' bodies that were found and buried during the dry season of 2020-2021. In the first six months of 2021, units and provinces cared for 28,000 national contributors, built 80 gratitude houses, and looked after 1,853 heroic Vietnamese mothers, among others.

Specifically, on the 74th Wounded Soldiers' and Martyrs' Day, amid the complicated developments of the COVID-19 pandemic, the CMC, MND, and GDP held a number of practical activities while continuing to make recommendations to the Party, State, and National Assembly to issue appropriate policies for policy and national contributors. These actions have demonstrated the military’s responsibility and profound gratitude to the nation's contributors.

Translated by Minh Anh