* On January 24-25, President of the Vietnam Fatherland Front (VFF) Central Committee Do Van Chien visited and extended Tet wishes to officers, soldiers, and people in Cao Bang province.

President of the Vietnam Fatherland Front Central Committee Do Van Chien (sixth from right) presents Tet gifts to needy households in Duc Long commune, Thach An district. (Photo: www.mattran.org.vn)

On the occasion, Chien presented 200 Tet gifts, worth VND 250 million in total, to needy workers, 350 gifts, valued at VND 420 million, to policy beneficiaries and poor families affected by the COVID-19 pandemic in the locality, gave five “great-unity houses," costing VND 50 million each, to needy households in Thinh Vuong and Duc Long communes.

Meanwhile, the VFF Central Committee President inquired after and handed over gifts to workers of the Cao Bang Building Materials Production Joint Stock Company, and troops of Duc Long Border Station, and others.

* On January 25, a delegation of the Department of Technical Services under the Naval Service visited and presented 64 Tet gifts to disadvantaged troops and policy families in Hai Phong city.

* The same day, the Danang Association for Agent Orange (AO)/dioxin victims and the city Red Cross Society held a ceremony to grant 100 Tet gifts, worth VND 1.2 million each, to AO victims and needy children in the city.

* The Border Guard Command of Da Nang Port coordinated with Thuan Phuoc ward (Hai Chau district) organized programs to present 78 gift packages to needy households and children in the locality.

Translated by Quynh Oanh