Senior Lieutenant General Nguyen Van Duoc (first from right) presents gifts to policy beneficiaries in Binh Yen commune.

In addition, the delegation gave gifts to the provincial Veterans’ Association and donated VND 100 million to Binh Yen commune to buy breeding cows to help needy veterans develop their economy.

* On July 27, the Binh Phuoc provincial authority held a memorial and burial service for 44 martyrs and offered incense to pay homage to heroes and martyrs at Binh Phuoc provincial War Cemetery.

The 44 sets of martyrs’ remains were collected and repatriated by Team 72 of the Binh Phuoc Provincial Military Command in the locality and Cambodia over the past five months.

* The Thanh Hoa provincial authorities held a ceremony on July 27 to mark the 75th anniversary of the Wounded and Fallen Soldiers’ Day and presented gifts to outstanding national contributors and collectives with excellent achievements in the gratitude work. On the occasion, the provincial authorities presented a donation to build houses of great unity to 92 families of national contributors in Thanh Hoa province.

* The Army Corps 2 Command held a gathering for wounded soldiers and children of wounded soldiers and martyrs who are working for the unit on the occasion of the Wounded and Fallen Soldiers’ Day. The unit also presented gifts to Thuan Thanh Convalescent Center for Wounded Soldiers in Bac Ninh province, Lang Giang Convalescent Center for Wounded Soldiers and Bac Giang Convalescent Center for National Contributors. The unit gave gifts, worth VND 400 million, to policy beneficiaries in Quang Tri province.

* The Naval Region 4 Command held a ceremony on July 27 to hand over a house of gratitude to Mrs. Nguyen Thi Thanh Nga, a martyr’s daughter in Hoai Son commune, Hoai Nhon district, Binh Dinh province. The house was built on an area of 100 sq.m., with VND 80 million donated by the Naval Service and the remaining expenditure from the locality and the family.

* The Youth Union Committee of the General Department of Defense Industry visited and offered gifts to its personnel who are relatives of martyrs, wounded and sick soldiers.

* Commando Brigade 198 of the Commando Corps held a gathering to meet and present gifts to its 39 servicemen who are children of martyrs, wounded and sick soldiers. Previously, the unit’s Party committee and chain of command burned incense to commemorate heroes and martyrs at Dak Lak provincial War Cemetery and Krong Pac district War Cemetery, gave five sets of gifts to policy beneficiaries and three sets of gifts to heroic Vietnamese mothers in the area where it is stationed.

Translated by Trung Thanh