Nationwide celebrates 67th ‘War Invalids and Martyrs Day’

Ho Chi Minh City leaders laid a wreath and offered incense at the municipal Martyrs Cemetery on the occasion of the 67th anniversary of Viet Nam's War Invalids and Martyrs Day (July 27).

The delegation included HCM City's Party Committee Secretary Le Thanh Hai, HCMC People's Committee chairman Le Hoang Quan, Deputy Secretary of Party Committee of Ho Chi Minh City Nguyen Thi Thu Ha, Chairwoman of the Ho Chi Minh City People's Council Nguyen Thi Quyet Tam, and Ho Chi Minh City Fatherland Front Vice-Chairwoman Vo Thi Dung.

On the same day, Deputy Standing Party Secretary of Ho Chi Minh City Vo Van Thuong led by city delegation burnt incenses and laid wreaths at Ben Duoc Martyrs Memorial Site in Cu Chi district. Later they visited Martyrs Cemetery and city policy cemetery in Cu Chi district.

Ho Chi Minh City leaders visit the municipal Martyrs Cemetery

An art program titled Mau hoa do (The Color of A Red Flower) was held in Ha Noi on July 26 by the Communist Party of Vietnam’s (CPV) Online Newspaper, Vietnam Television, Vietnam Joint Stock Commercial Bank for Industry and Trade (Vietinbank) and Vietnam National Communications Group Joint Stock Company, aiming to mark Viet Nam's War Invalids and Martyrs Day.

The organization board offered savings books and gifts to martyrs’ families, and wounded and sick soldiers.

On the same day, the Ho Chi Minh City's Border Guard and the city Red Cross Society provided free medical check-ups and treatment, and handed over three houses to three disadvantaged families in Ben Tre Province’s Mo Cay District.

Ho Chi Minh City Convalescence and Functional Rehabilitation Hospital, District 8’s Red Cross and Military Commander of District 8 gave free medical check-ups and treatment, and offered gifts to poor patients in Binh Chanh District.

the delegation lays a wreath and offers incense at the city martyrs cemetery

Doctors of Ho Chi Minh City Convalescence and Functional Rehabilitation Hospital provide free medical check-ups and treatment to poor patients.

By staff writers – Translated by Kim Khanh

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