City marks 79th anniversary of Vietnam National United Front

The Ho Chi Minh City Fatherland Front Committee held a meeting to mark the 79th anniversary of the Vietnam National United Front, November 18, that was attended by Party and Fatherland Front leaders and city authorities.

Speaking at the meeting the same day, the chairman of the front’s city unit, Duong Quan Ha, said the great national unity is a “red thread” running across the Party’s revolutionary policy that has been inherited and consistently promoted.

The unity has been consolidated in the city and developed through patriotic movements and campaigns like “for the poor” and “for beloved Truong Sa” and by rescuing people in flooded areas.

On the occasion, the city Fatherland Front Committee presented gifts to 24 former members who have now reached advanced age.

On the same day Districts 1 and 6 also held meetings to mark the anniversary while Tan Binh District organized a great national unity festival in Ward 11.

By Hong Hiep – Translated by Bach Lien

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