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Provincial NA deputy delegation pays visit to heroic Vietnamese mother in Tan Uyen city’s Thanh Hoi commune

Update: 04-05-2024 | 10:50:19

Early May 3, on the occasion of meeting with voters in Tan Uyen city’s Thanh Hoi commune before the 7th session of the 15th National Assembly (NA), Nguyen Van Loi, Member of the Party Central Committee, Secretary of provincial Party Committee, Head of provincial NA deputy delegation paid a visit to heroic Vietnamese mother Nguyen Thi Dinh in Thanh Hoi commune’s Tan Hoi hamlet. The event was also attended by Truong Thi Bich Hanh, Member of provincial Party Standing Committee, Head of provincial Party Committee's Propaganda-Education Commission.

Nguyen Van Loi, Member of the Party Central Committee, Secretary of provincial Party Committee, Head of provincial NA deputy delegation extends best regards and donates a gift to heroic Vietnamese mother Nguyen Thi Dinh

In the visiting place, Mr. Loi extended best regards to heroic Vietnamese mother Nguyen Thi Dinh while expressing his deep gratitude for her great sacrifices and contributions in the cause of fighting for national liberation and unification. He requested all-level Party committees, authorities, departments, sectors and organizations of Tan Uyen city to further promote the moral principle of “drinking water, remember its source”, realizing “paying debt of gratitude” activities and taking good care of the local heroic Vietnamese mothers and policy beneficiary families.

*On the same morning, Nguyen Van Loi, Member of the Party Central Committee, Secretary of provincial Party Committee, Head of provincial NA deputy delegation paid a visit to Mai Song Be, former Director of Dong Nai Radio and Television Station, former Chairman of Dong Nai provincial Journalists Association and his Rua isle library. Here, provincial Party Secretary highly appreciated Mai Song Be's free private library model to serve the reading needs of the local people, especially teenagers and children. The Rua isle library of journalist Mai Song Be went into operation on November 3, 2017 with more than 10,000 books.

Reported by Tri Dung-Translated by Kim Tin

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