Vice President Dang Thi Ngoc Thinh held a working session with authorities of the central province of Quang Nam on July 18 about the enforcement of a policy for those who rendered their services for the nation, ahead of the 71st anniversary of the Day of War Invalids and Martyrs (July 27).
Vice President Dang Thi Ngoc Thinh in Quang Nam (Source: VNA)
She hailed the achievements that Dien Ban town, and Que Son and Duy Xuyen districts have made in the past and asked them to rally public involvement in improving the material and spiritual lives of war heroes and other poor residents in the locality.
The Vice President requested that the new rural development campaign should be made sustainable, while further attention should be paid to Party and political system building, disaster prevention and control, as well as the “Studying and Following the Thoughts and Moral Virtue of President Ho Chi Minh” campaign.
Meeting some of the disadvantaged children and war heroes in the area, she expressed hope that they would continue to uphold the revolutionary tradition and contribute to local socio-economic development.
In Que Son district, she presented 10 houses worth 500 million VND (22,200 USD) to war heroes; gifts to 100 policy beneficiary families and poor households; 10 computers totally valued at 330 million VND to each of three local schools; and scholarships to 50 poor students with outstanding academic performances at Dong Phu secondary school.
In Dien Ban town, she granted five houses worth 250 million VND, gifts to 300 poor families, and 50 scholarships to needy students.
In Duy Xuyen district, Thinh handed over 420 million VND and 50 gifts to policy beneficiaries and poor households.
On the occasion, she offered incense at the martyrs’ cemetery in Dien Ban town and at a memorial house dedicated to war hero Nguyen Van Troi. VNA