According to Colonel Pham Quang Trung, head of Search and Collection Team K93 under the An Giang provincial Military Command, the remains were searched and repatriated from Cambodia and An Giang during the 2018-2019 dry season.

One hundred and seventy two martyrs will now rest in peace. Photo:

Only three martyrs were identified, he added and called on people across the country to contact the team if they have any information of the areas where martyrs’ remains are buried in the past, thus supporting the team during the searching process.

The information can be reported to the team’s phone number at 0296.3876.120, or Colonel Trung’s number at 0917.877.600 or the deputy dead of the team, Colonel Nguyen Quoc Thong at 0981.370.835.

Addressing the ceremony, Chairman of the People’s Committee of An Giang Nguyen Thanh Binh lauded efforts of Teams K90 and K93 as well as the support of locals and authorities of An Giang and Cambodian localities during the search.

Meanwhile, in the Northern province of Bac Ninh, an exhibition was held on the occasion of the 72nd Day of Wounded Soldiers and Martyrs (July 27), displaying more than 300 photos, documents and items highlighting activities by the Party and the State in caring for wounded soldiers and families of martyrs, as well as stories of heroic martyrs and heroic Vietnamese mothers in Bac Ninh, and the province’s efforts to support wounded soldiers and policy beneficiaries.

At the exhibition, which will stay open until the end of August, Bac Ninh Museum received a number of war documents and exhibits donated by individuals and organizations.

Source: VNA