Dantri transfers donations to war invalids and martyrs
  • | | July 23, 2020 01:18 PM
Dantri/DTiNews readers have donated VND50m to families of war invalids and martyrs on the occasion of the 73rd anniversary of Vietnam's War Invalids and Martyrs Day on July 27.


Deputy Editor-in-chief of Dantri Nguyen Xuan Toan

Deputy Editor-in-chief of Dantri Nguyen Xuan Toan and the family of Colonel Au Van Hung who was given the title of the Hero of the People's Armed Forces, transferred 50 presents each worth VND1m to the families that have meritorious services in the wars, war invalids and martyrs.

Gifts were given to 20 families in Phu Luong District, Thai Nguyen Province. On behalf of the delegation, Nguyen Xuan Toan wished the family members health and continue to be the role models for younger generations.

"The party and the people remember the contribution and sacrifices have been made so that we can have the freedom today to protect and develop our country. Dantri Newspaper and our readers and kind people want to pay tribute to your sacrifices," Toan said.


Party Secretary of Phu Luong District Bui Thanh Hai, Deputy Editor-in-chief of Dantri Nguyen Xuan Toan and Colonel Au Van Hung transfer the donations to the families

Bui Thanh Hai, party secretary of Phu Luong District, said, "This is a meaningful yet practical gift. On behalf of the localities authorities, I want to thank the readers, Dantri and Colonel Au Van Hung for their love to our community."

70-year-old Nong Thi Loan said she was very moved. "My husband died in 1973. He would be happy if he knew how much love he received. I don't know what to say but thank you."

Dantri Newspaper representatives and Colonel Au Van Hung later went to pay tribute and offer incense at the Uncle Ho Temple in Dinh Hoa District, Thai Nguyen Province. They also visited and gave gifts to 30 families in Dinh Hoa District.

"When the July 27 comes, us veterans are filled with memories of the times that we risked our own lives for our country. Now that we can witness the new era and development, we don't have any regret. These small gifts are my tribute to my fellow veterans," Colonel Au Van Hung said.

Dang Thai Binh, vice chairman of Dinh Hoa District, thanked the veterans, war invalids and martyrs and their families for all the sacrifices. He also thanked Hung the readers and Dantri for their support and tribute.

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