(HBO) - The war veterans’ association of Hoa Binh city has held its 2nd congress, for the 2022-2027 tenure.
The Executive Board of 2022-2027 tenure
of Hoa Binh city war veterans’ association makes debut.
In the previous tenure, the association has paid attention to innovating its
operation method, reflecting clearly the role and nature of a political and
social organisations in mobilising generations of war veterans to promote the
tradition of "Uncle Ho's soldiers", and actively participating in building
and protecting the Party, government, socialist regime and great national
Veterans were encouraged to uphold their self-reliance to strive for the rapid
and sustainable poverty reduction, effective implementation of the campaign
"Study and follow President Ho Chi Minh's ideology and morality", and
education of patriotism for the younger generations.
As a result, the association has collected nearly 70 opinions to contribute to
the draft political reports of the Party Congresses at all levels and nearly
300 suggestions to amend the association's charter. There are nearly 450
veteran-owned small and medium businesses that operate effectively, creating
jobs for thousands of locals.
Notably, in the 2017-2022 term, all the targets set by the congress of war
veterans association’s resolution have been fulfilled, of which six have
exceeded the expectation.
In the next five years, the association will continue to promote the tradition
of "Uncle Ho's soldiers" which is always loyal, united, exemplary and
innovative. It will take care of and protect legitimate interests of members,
and contribute to the implementation ofthe resolutions of the Party
congresses at all levels.
The average income of a member will reach at least 120 million VND (about 5,100
USD) per year and the percentage of poor veteran households be reduced to less
than 0.4% at the end of the term.
The congress elected a new 23-member Executive Committee for the 2022-2027
(HBO) - Tu Ly - Hien Luong revolutionary base area is one of the four revolutionary bases in the northern mountainous province of Hoa Binh. The area was recognised as a national revolutionary historical site by the Ministry of Culture and Information in 1996, becoming a "red” address for revolutionary traditional education and a tourism hot spot for visitors.
(HBO) – The Party Committee of Phu Nghia commune in Lac Thuy district has focused on effectively implementing Politburo’s Directive No 05 on promoting the studying and following of President Ho Chi Minh's ideology, morality and lifestyle. As a result, the work has become a regular task of collectives and individuals, creating remarkable changes in the locality.
(HBO) – Bui Van Khanh, Deputy Secretary of the Hoa Binh provincial Party Committee and Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee, has visited and presented gifts to officials and residents in the Muong Khoi revolutionary base in An Nghia and Tan My communes of Lac Son district. He was joined by officials of the provincial Departments of Public Security; Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs; and Culture, Sports and Tourism.
(HBO) – A Hoa Binh working group led by Bui Duc Hinh, Deputy Secretary of the provincial Party Committee and Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee, visited and presented gifts to the Party Organisation, administration and residents of Cao Phong-Thach Yen former revolutionary base in Cao Phong district on August 22.
(HBO) – Deputy Secretary of the Party Committee and Chairman of the People’s Council of Hoa Binh province Bui Van Khanh hosted a reception on August 22 for a delegation from the Japan-Vietnam Friendship Association in Hiroshima prefecture led by its President Miyuki Sakuma.
(HBO) - Setting up an altar worshipping President Ho Chi Minh, hanging his picture and offering incense and flowers on holidays and festivals has become a cultural practice in the lives of many families in the northern province of Hoa Binh. Particularly, on the occasion of the August Revolution (August 19) and National Day (September 2), Hoa Binh people usually offer incense and flowers on the altar to show their respect to President Ho Chi Minh whom they refer to as Uncle Ho.