Gac Ma soldiers – immortal monument in Vietnamese people’s hearts Society

Gac Ma soldiers – immortal monument in Vietnamese people’s hearts

Rear Admiral Phan Tuan Hung, Deputy Commander of the Naval Force, recently led a delegation to visit soldiers and officers on mission on islands of the Truong Sa archipelago, the central province of Khanh Hoa, and organised a ceremony to commemorate fallen soldiers in battle to defend Co Lin, Gac Ma and Len Dao reefs 33 years ago.
Gac Ma soldiers in the hearts of Vietnamese people Videos

Gac Ma soldiers in the hearts of Vietnamese people

The Gac Ma Veterans Liaison Committee and the Ba Don Art and Literature Association have held a ceremony in Quang Trach district, Quang Binh province, to commemorate 64 martyrs who fought to protect the Gạc Ma Reef, part of the Trường Sa (Spratly) Archipelago, on March 14, 1988.
Gac Ma soldiers in the heart of Vietnamese people Society

Gac Ma soldiers in the heart of Vietnamese people

Whenever March comes, people across Vietnam turn their hearts to Gac Ma Reef of Truong Sa archipelago, a sacred territorial part of the Fatherland, to pay tribute to officers and soldiers who heroically fought until their last breath for the country’s maritime sovereignty.
33 years of Gac Ma battle Politics

33 years of Gac Ma battle

33 years ago, on March 14 1988, 64 Vietnamese soldiers sacrificed their lives in the battle of protecting Gac Ma (Johnson South), Colin and Len Dao (Lansdowne) Reefs, part of the Truong Sa (Spratly) Archipelago.
Exploring nine Ramsar sites of Vietnam Environment

Exploring nine Ramsar sites of Vietnam

Vietnam became a member of the Convention on Wetlands, known as the Ramsar Convention, in 1989. So far, nine wetlands in the country have been recognised as Ramsar sites – wetlands of international importance.
Drug trafficker caught in Nghe An Society

Drug trafficker caught in Nghe An

Competent forces in the north central border province of Nghe An on February 7 caught red-handed a man transporting eight bricks of heroin from Laos to Vietnam.
Prime Minister offers incense to late Party, State leaders Society

Prime Minister offers incense to late Party, State leaders

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc, accompanied by Permanent Deputy Prime Minister Truong Hoa Binh, has offered incense to late leaders of the Party and State at their private homes and monuments commemorating them on the occasion of the Lunar New Year (Tet) festival.