PVN and PV Gas's leaders (left) handing over donation to the fund's representatives

At the event, the Vietnam Oil and Gas Group's General Director Le Manh Hung and PV Gas’s General Director Duong Manh Son handed over the donation to assist the Ministry of National Defense in taking care of needy troops in the military.

According to PV Gas’s Deputy General Director Nguyen Thanh Binh, in addition to production missions, PV Gas has actively participated in social and gratitude activities. Particularly, the business has spent billions of VND on building houses for needy troops, purchasing canoes for the border guard force, buying gifts for  troops on the Truong Sa (Spratly) Islands, and constructing military-civilian infirmaries in needy border localities.

Over the past 30 years, PV Gas has cooperated with other units to build 230 schools, 90 hospitals and medical facilities, and 1,500 houses. The unit has actively joined natural disaster mitigation activities, presented savings books to families of wounded and fallen soldiers and heroic Vietnamese mothers, assisted troops and people in border areas and on islands, and provided donations to support AO/dioxin victims.

In 2020, in the context of the complicated development of the COVID-19 pandemic and natural disasters, PV Gas completed its all set targets and was one of many businesses to contribute to the fight against the pandemic. 

The “My beloved nation” live concert was one of the activities to welcome the 13th National Party Congress, the 91st anniversary of the foundation day of the Communist Party of Vietnam, and the lunar New Year 2021. The three-part event was seen as a token of gratitude and encouragement to those who are promoting peace and national development.

Translated by Tran Hoai