The organizer expresses gratitude to its partners.

The impressive figure was announced at a ceremony held by the Laborer Newspaper on September 8 to mark this meaningful program.

Under this program, over the past three years, the Laborer Newspaper has collaborated with ministries, centrally-run departments and units under the Naval Service, the Vietnam Border Guard Command, the Vietnam Coast Guard Command and Military Region 7 Command and others to organize nearly 150 related events across the country. Notably, 1,252,220 national flags have been handed over to troops, fishermen and people in localities stretching from the North to the South of Vietnam.

At the ceremony, the Laborer Newspaper was honored to receive a certificate of merit presented by the Prime Minister, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, localities, and units for its outstanding achievements gained during the implementation of the program.

On this occasion, the newspaper launched the second stage of the program. The second stage named “Pride of national flag” consists of three components, namely “One million national flags for fishermen,” “National flags in border areas,” and “National flags on roads.”

Units and businesses show their commitments to accompany the program.

The aim of this program is that by 2024, 2 million national flags will have been presented to targeted people.

Earlier the same day, the Laborer Newspaper opened an exhibition reviewing three-years of implementing the program at the Ho Chi Minh City Youth Cultural House.

Translated by Mai Huong