The same day, at Thai Binh commune’s People Committee (Chau Thanh district), Nghia also visited and presented 40 gifts, including VND 1 million in cash, to policy and needy households affected by COVID-19 pandemic.

Chairman of the Communist Party of Vietnam Central Committee’s Commission for Information and Education Nguyen Trong Nghia offering incense to fallen soldiers at Hill 82 War Cemetery. Photo: baothanhnien

On this occasion, he wished the people a happy and safe Tet (lunar New Year) while asking Tay Ninh provincial authorities and people to continue implementing COVID-19 prevention and control and recovering socio-economic development.

The delegation also offered Tet gifts to troops of Division 5 (Military Region 7).

* On the same day, in Krong Na commune, Buon Don district, the Dak Lak provincial Border Guard Command, in coordination with the provincial Youth Union Organization, held a border spring program. The event drew the participation of Head of the Central Commission for Mass Mobilization Bui Thi Minh Hoai.

Head of the Central Commission for Mass Mobilization Bui Thi Minh Hoai presenting gifts to needy households

Over 400 gifts were handed over to policy and needy households, while needy students received 20 scholarships and 20 bicycles.

The organizing panel also presented 500 Chung cakes to needy people in the areas, and provided free health checkups and medicines for border people.

Chairman of the Council for Ethnic Affairs of the National Assembly Y Thanh Ha Nie Kdam also granted VND 500 million to the Vietnam Fatherland Front Committee of Dak Lak province.

* On the occasion of the upcoming Tet, the Army Corps 15 Command, in coordination with local authorities, visited and extended Tet wishes to units stationed in the areas. Accordingly, 1,306 gifts, worth over VND 680 million, were presented to national contributors, policy and needy households, and children with disabilities.

Representatives of the Army Corps 15 Command granting gifts to needy ethnic people

* A delegation of the Air Defense – Air Force Service, led by Deputy Political Chief Senior Colonel Ngo Quoc Chung, had a working visit to the communes of Thanh Minh (Dien Bien Phu city, Dien Bien province) and Chieng Mung and Hat Lot (Mai Son district, Son La province. Senior Colonel Chung granted 50 gifts, worth VND 50 million, to local authorities and people to help them have a happy Tet.

* In Con Dao district (Ba Ria – Vung Tau province), a Naval Region 2’s delegation sent Tet greetings and gifts to military units stationed in the area.

Naval Region 2’s delegation offering Tet greetings and gifts to military units stationed in Con Dao district

After offering incense in tribute to fallen soldiers at Hang Duong Cemetery, the delegation visited Radar Station 590 (Regiment 251, Naval Region 2).

* A similar border spring program was also organized by the Long An provincial Military Command in Moc Hoa district. During the program, policy and needy households, and needy students received Tet gifts.

* During a program in Ha Dong commune (Dak Hoa district, Gia Lai province), Anti-aircraft Artillery Brigade 234 (Army Corps 3) offered 40 gifts, including rice and necessities, to policy households, national contributors, and needy ethnic people ahead of the lunar New Year 2022.

Translated by Minh Anh