|The mission offering incense to fallen soldier at the cemetery (Photo: baoquankhu4.com.vn)|
At the cemetery, members of the mission expressed their deep gratitude to fallen soldiers who sacrificed themselves for national independence and freedom and for the noble international service in Laos.
On the occasion, General Tan handed over the Central Military Commission’s and Defense Ministry’s gifts to heroic Vietnamese mothers, martyrs’ relatives, and wounded and sick soldiers in Anh Son district.
Highlighting their great contributions to national independence and freedom, Tan hoped that heroic Vietnamese mothers, martyrs’ relatives, and wounded and sick soldiers will overcome difficulties and hardships, promote education of tradition for young generations, encourage their children to develop household economy and build happy families.
|Lieutenant General Phung Si Tan hands over gifts to heroic Vietnamese mothers, martyrs’ relatives, and wounded and sick soldiers in Anh Son district.(Photo: baoquankhu4.com.vn)|
On the occasion, the Military Region 4 Command presented gifts to five policy beneficiaries in the district.
The practical activities were held prior to the 75th anniversary of the foundation day of the Vietnam People’s Army and the 30th anniversary of the whole people’s defense festive day.
Translated by Song Anh
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