Provincial leaders visit Uncle Ho's Temple and Provincial Martyrs Cemetery

On the morning of January 16, a delegation of the Provincial Party Committee, People's Council, People's Committee, and Vietnam Fatherland Front Committee led by Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee Ngo Chi Cuong visited and offered incense at the Temple of President Ho Chi Minh and the Provincial Martyrs Cemetery. (Vinh Hoi hamlet, Long Duc commune, Tra Vinh city).

The delegation offered flowers to President Ho Chi Minh at his temple

In the dignified and respectful atmosphere, the delegates laid wreaths and offered incense; respectfully bowed, and spent a minute of silence in gratitude to remember the great merits of President Ho Chi Minh and the heroes and martyrs who sacrificed for the cause of national liberation and reunification.

Provincial leaders offer incense at the Provincial Martyrs Cemetery.

The delegates vowed to continue the heroic historical tradition of the nation, the Party Committee, and the people of Tra Vinh province, who have been trying their best to join hands to contribute to economic development, building an increasingly wealthy, and beautiful civilized homeland.

Delegates observe a moment of silence in memory of heroic martyrs

After the ceremony of offering incense and flowers, the representatives came to burn incense at the martyrs' graves.

This is a political activity with profound meaning, demonstrating the moral tradition of "drinking water, remembering the source," and "repaying gratitude" for our nation and celebrating the 93rd anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party of Vietnam. February 3, 1930 - February 3, 2023) and celebrate the Lunar New Year in 2023.

Phuong An

Hoang Khiem (Translator)


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