(HBO) - Three national heroes were guest speakers of a recent talk on the country’s revolutionary tradition held for the youngsters in Hoa Binh city of the north western mountainous province of the same name.
Major General Nguyen Duc Huy told history stories.
The event was arranged by the Veteran’s Association of Hoa Binh city, the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union - Hoa Binh city chapter and the city’s office of education and training, on the occasion of the 45th anniversary of the Southern Liberation Day (April 30) and the 65th year of the Dien Bien Phu victory (May 7,1954).
The guests were Heroes of the People’s Armed Forces Pham Minh Giam and Pham Tuan, and especially Major General Nguyen Duc Huy, who is frequently referred to as "the commander of Vi Xuyen battle”. He is among a few living generals who had taken part in the country’s resistance wars against the French colonialists and US troops, and the northern border defence war in 1979-1989.
Maj General Huy
told participants his stories and memories of the Vi Xuyen battlefield, as well
as the battles he took part back in the resistance war against the French
colonialists, which he said that he will never ever forget.
His stories inspired the participating youths, helping them understand more
about the difficulties and hardships overcome by their grandparents and fathers
to obtain victory.
Secretary of the
HCYU chapter in Hoa Binh city’s Tan Hoa ward Nguyen Thi Minh Tuyet said:
"Hearing the stories of war veterans, I feel proud that people of all ethnic
groups in Hoa Binh province contributed to the Dien Bien
Phu victory and other battles to protect the country’s
independence, freedom and territorial integrity. It is always a pride and
motivation for us, those who were born and have grown up in this land, and every
youngster and member of the HCYU to continue upholding the vanguard spirit in
the current nation-building and protection.”
President of the
Hoa Binh city Veteran’s Association Nguyen Van Hoan said the association has
paid attention to the dissemination of the country’s revolutionary tradition
for young generation over the years, thereby enhancing patriotism amongst the
youths and their understanding about the revolutionary cause of the nation./.
(HBO) – Deputy Secretary of the Hoa Binh Party Committee and Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee Bui Van Khanh recently chaired a regular meeting of the committee for August, during which participants raise their ideas on major issues related to socio-economic development of the province.
(HBO) – To implement the Political Bureau’s Directive No.5 on studying and following President Ho Chi Minh’s thought, morality and lifestyle, the Party Committee of Dong Lai commune, Tan Lac district, Hoa Binh province, has integrated the matter into its action plans and programmes on implementation of Party resolutions at all levels.
(HBO) - Nguyen Duc Cuong, Deputy Director of the Department of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs of Hoa Binh province, said attention has been paid to career orientation and vocational training. Vocational training has been incorporated with demand of businesses and society, he said, adding that the number of high school graduates registering for vocational training has increased in recent years.
(HBO) – The Party’s Committee of Luong Son district, Hoa Binh province, recently awarded winners of the quiz on the 50-year implementation of President Ho Chi Minh’s testament and reviewed the Politburo’s Directive No.5-CT/TW on studying and following the late leader’s ideology, morality and style.
(HBO) - Every year, at the end of August, people of Hoa Binh city hang the national flags and banners to celebrate the August Revolution, National Day September 2 with the slogan "Great President Ho Chi Minh lives forever in our career".
(HBO) - Cao Phong district has 12 communes and 1 town. Implementing the policy of rearranging communal administrative units, the district has been reviewed about area and population of communes in the district. Thereby, the whole district has 5 communes which will be rearranged.