HCM City spends over VND26 billion to support neighboring provinces on Tet

A delegation led by Le Thanh Hai, Secretary of the Party Committee of Ho Chi Minh City, paid a visit and gave financial aid to public works in Ben Tre and Tra Vinh provinces on February 5.

Mr. Le Thanh Hai visits a policy family in Tra Vinh. (Photo: sggp)

The delegation handed over VND10 billion to build three rural roads; and support capital for repairing 10 gratitude houses in Tra Vinh.

The delegation also offered VND 9.2 billion to build three rural roads, expand water supply system for 1,300 households and build 3,897 toilets in Ben Tre on the same day.

HCM City officials visited and offered gifts to Vietnamese Heroic Mother Le Thi Ba and social policy families.

On the occasion, the delegation offered flowers and incense at the Uncle Ho Temple in Tra Vinh and Commemorative Area of female Major General  Nguyen Thi Dinh in Ben Tre.

Permanent Deputy Secretary of HCMC Party Committee Vo Van Thuong handed over 21 computer sets and a projector system to Nguyen Chanh secondary school in Quang Ngai Porvince’s Son Tinh District on February 5.

The secretary of the Party Committee of HCMC visits Mr. Ho Van Quyen in Tra Vinh. (Photo: sggp)

The delegation gave VND7 billion for building a primary school in Binh Son District; and gifted to former leaders and poor war veterans in the province.

Chairman of the People’s Committee Le Hoang Quan paid a visit and offered Tet gifts to Vietnamese Heroic Mothers and families of war martyrs and those who rendered services to the revolution in Binh Duong and Dong Nai provinces on February 5.

The delegation presented VND10 billion for the construction of rural roads and gratitude houses in provinces.

HCM City officials paid a visit to the Binh Duong commander post’s memorial house in the Ho Chi Minh campaign; and the memorial monument of martyrs in Bien Hoa Party Committee base, a historical site in the province.

On the same day, Huynh Thanh Lap, Head of the City National Assembly Delegation greeted Tet and presented gifts to Vietnamese Heroic Mothers and poor households in Binh Chanh District in HCM City.

The delegation led by Mr. Le Thanh Hai offered flowers at the Uncle Ho Temple in Tra Vinh. (Photo: sggp)

Volunteers of the 12th “Spring comes to Border Areas” charity program provided free medical check-ups and treatment to 450 people; and distributed Tet gifts to 235 social policy families and poor people in Kon Tum Province on February 5.

The annual charity program is organized by the Sai Gon Giai Phong Newspaper, Ho Chi Minh City Television, HCMC Police Newspaper, HCMC Heart Institute, Law University of HCMC and Muc Tim teen magazine.

By staff writers – Translated by Kim Khanh

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