HCMC provides financial support to infirmary in Nam Yet Island

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In response to the proposal by the High Command of the Vietnam People's Navy to HCMC to support construction of an infirmary in Nam Yet Island (Namyit Island) in the South-Central Province of Khanh Hoa’s Truong Sa District, the Vietnam Fatherland Front in the city has encouraged people from all walks of life to contribute to the construction.

Deputy Secretary of the municipal Party Committee Vo Thi Dung gives support money to Deputy Commander of the Vietnam People's Navy Rear Admiral Luong Viet Hung (Photo: SGGP)

Deputy Secretary of the municipal Party Committee Vo Thi Dung gives support money to Deputy Commander of the Vietnam People's Navy Rear Admiral Luong Viet Hung (Photo: SGGP)

Within three months, thousands of individuals, organizations and benefactors have contributed more than VND15 billion (US$ 643,665) for the construction of the infirmary.
Additionally, physicians and employees of HCMC based People’s Hospital 115 provided medical equipment and drugs to the new infirmary.
Speaking at the ceremony to give money for infirmary construction, Deputy Commander of the Vietnam People's Navy Rear Admiral Luong Viet Hung sent a big thank-you to HCMC leaders and city dwellers who always love the Truong Sa (Spratly) Islands. The infirmary manifests the love of city residents to the islands.
On behalf of the Vietnam People's Navy, Deputy Commander Hung promised to finish the infirmary construction as soon as possible to serve residents and soldiers contributing in protecting the country’s sea and island sovereignty.
Total expenditure of the infirmary is VND30 billion.

By Hoai Nam - Translated by Uyen Phuong

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