Participants see images and objects related to President Ho Chi Minh displayed at the conference (Source: VNA)
Hanoi​ (VNA) – The Foreign Ministry and Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism reviewed a project honouring the late President Ho Chi Minh abroad during a conference in Hanoi on December 17.

The project has been carried out on all continents since 2009, through which a number of precious artifacts and documents related to the late President have been collected and brought to home country, Deputy Foreign Minister Le Hoai Trung said at the event.

He added that activities under the scheme have also helped people around the world gain better understanding about Vietnam’s history and President Ho Chi Minh’s contributions to human development.

As a result, several memorial sites dedicated to the late President in foreign countries have been upgraded and expanded.

On the occasion, the Foreign Ministry also presented a collection of artifacts related to President Ho Chi Minh’s revolutionary activities in the US to the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism for preservation and exhibition.

Participants proposed specific measures to effectively carry out the project over the long term.-VNA