At the event (Photo: qdnd.vn)

Lt. Gen. Nguyen Tan Cuong, Deputy Minister of National Defense, highlighted the strategic vision of the Politburo, the Central Military Commission, and the Commander-in-Chief, which contributed to the triumph and national reunification.

He described the moment as the greatest and most complete victory that ended 21 years of Vietnam’s arduous resistance war against the U.S., liberating the South of Vietnam and reunifying the nation.

That victory opened up a new era of independence, freedom, and reunification for Vietnam to head towards socialism and greater affluence, strength, democracy, justice, and civility, he said.

More than 80 reports were submitted to the symposium. Participants focused on discussing the creative leadership of the Vietnamese Party led by President Ho Chi Minh in the war against the U.S. invaders and particularly the General Offensive and Uprising in Spring 1975 as well as the power of the Vietnamese people in fighting against foreign invaders.

Source: VNA