The chairwoman wished students to have joyful Mid-autumn festival, proposing the local governments, teachers to take heed to kids to offer good conditions to them in learning, and daily activities with the hope to achieve more accomplishment in the new school year.
On the occasion, Ms. Ngan and the delegation visited and planted tree in the monument of national assembly in Trung Yen Commune in Son Duong District. She wrote in the book in the monument that the house has kept precious documents of Vietnam’s National Assembly especially in the first national general election.
On the same day, NA chairwoman and he delegation burnt incense and offered flower in late President Ho Chi Minh temple in the square Nguyen Tat Thanh’s premises.
She wrote in the hornoring book in the temple that 72 years passed by, the National Assembly has continued good traditions of previous generations to do more for the country’s glorious historic traditions, promising to follow Uncle Ho’s teaching to preserve as a representative for the country.
She expressed her expectation that the government and people in Tuyen Quang to develop its good traditions and consolidate together to build the province as a place preserve the revolutionary history for people in the country.