At the event

The event was chaired by Senior Lieutenant General Do Can, GDP's Deputy Chief and member of the National Steering Committee for Search and Collection of Fallen Soldiers' Remains (National Steering Committee 515).

At the event, delegates affirmed that the search, collection, and identification of unidentified remains of martyrs is an important political mission and a responsibility of the Party, people, army, and the whole political system. Therefore, relevant agencies and units should promote the combined strength of organizations, forces, and people, foster international cooperation, and prioritize resources to search and collect the remains of fallen soldiers and identify unidentified ones.

Participants also discussed diversified measures to raise the effectiveness of the search, collection, and identification of remains of fallen soldiers in the coming time. Particularly, together with fostering the leadership and management of the State over the work, participants agreed to promote the collection of information relating to fallen soldiers and their burial places, decode military units’ signs and numbers, and ensure adequate personnel and equipment for the work.

Highly appreciating the delegates’ constructive ideas, General Can assigned the GDP's Department of Policies to consider delegates’ ideas and complete the draft plan to submit to higher levels for approval.

Translated by Tran Hoai