Lt. Gen. Pham Ngoc Khoa at the working session with the Chu Prong district People’s Committee

Speaking at the working session, Lieutenant General Pham Ngoc Khoa briefed the delegates on the association’s activities over the past time.

In particular, the association has done various activities, including giving breeding cows to victims of bombs and mines and presenting bicycles to students with difficult conditions.

This year, the association decided to to choose Chu Prong district to organize its support activities. The livelihood support is from 6 to 8 million VND/household, and student bicycles are worth 2 million VND/bike. The handover activities will take place in mid- September. Meanwhile, the association will disseminate information about bomb and mine consequences and provide free health check-ups for local people.

According to Mr. Ksor Viet, Vice Chairman of the Chu Prong district People’s Committee, over the past time, the district has paid much attention to active and pro-active mine clearance and settlement of post-war bomb and mine consequences, emphasizing that the work has contributed to promoting socio-economic development in Chu Prong district in particular and other localities across the country in general.

Also, Mr. Ksor Viet treasured the care of the Vietnam Bombs and Mines Action Support Association for the settlement of post-war bomb and mine consequences and its support for victims of bombs and mines in the locality.

The working delegation and leaders of Chu Prong district in a joint photo

In the time to come, he required relevant agencies and units to closely coordinate with the association to carry out many activities in an effective manner. Meanwhile, information dissemination on bomb and mine safety, as well as settlement of bomb and mine consequences should be boosted in the district.

Translated by Song Anh