Major General Phung Quoc Tuan delivers a speech at the event.

During the working session, Senior Colonel Van Ngoc Que, Deputy Political Chief of the Vietnam Border Guard Command, briefed delegates on the contents of the Border Spring program in 2023.

Accordingly, the program will consist of a series of activities, including visiting and presenting Tet gifts, granting scholarships to disadvantaged students with excellent academic results, handing over gratitude houses and breeding cows to policy beneficiaries, providing free medical examination and medicines for local people, among others.

In order to successfully organize the program, the Central Committee of the Vietnam Women’s Union proposed to conduct cultural activities, present gifts and introduce livelihood models in Thua Thien Hue province’s border areas.

Mrs. Ton Ngoc Hanh, Vice President of the Vietnam Women’s Union, speaks at the event.

Addressing the event, Major General Phung Quoc Tuan required leaders of the Vietnam Women’s Union to direct its functional units to actively join the program’s activities and closely coordinate with the Vietnam Border Guard Command to call for donations to support and offer gifts to local people in border areas.

Meanwhile, functional agencies of the Vietnam Border Guard Command and the Vietnam Women’s Union Central Committee should work together to successfully organize the program.

Source: baobienphong

Translated by Song Anh