Reburial service of martyrs in Kien Giang Society

Reburial service of martyrs in Kien Giang

A memorial and reburial service for remains of Vietnamese martyrs and experts laying down their lives in Cambodia during wartime took place at the martyrs’ cemetery in Hon Dat district, the Mekong Delta province of Kien Giang on July 26.
Cambodia ceremony commemorates Vietnamese martyrs Society

Cambodia ceremony commemorates Vietnamese martyrs

A delegation from the Vietnamese Embassy in Cambodia and other representative offices of Vietnam in Phnom Penh led by Ambassador Vu Quang Minh offered incense to martyrs at the Vietnam-Cambodia Friendship Monument on July 26 on the occasion of the 72nd Day of War Invalids and Martyrs (July 27).
An Giang lays martyrs from Cambodia to rest Society

An Giang lays martyrs from Cambodia to rest

Remains of 172 martyrs were laid to rest in Ba Dac Hill Martyrs’ Cemetery in Thoi Son commune, Tinh Bien district of the Mekong Delta province of An Giang at a ceremony on July 24.
Long An lays to rest martyrs from Cambodia Society

Long An lays to rest martyrs from Cambodia

The Mekong Delta province of Long An’s People’s Committee on July 22 received and held memorial and burial services for remains of martyrs who fell down in Cambodia during the wartime.
Remains of martyrs found in Laos repatriated Society

Remains of martyrs found in Laos repatriated

Twelve sets of remains of volunteer Vietnamese soldiers and experts who laid down their lives for international missions in six northern Lao provinces were repatriated at a ceremony in Udomxay province on June 18.
Remains of 18 Vietnamese martyrs reburied in Thanh Hoa Society

Remains of 18 Vietnamese martyrs reburied in Thanh Hoa

A ceremony to rebury the remains of 18 Vietnamese voluntary soldiers and experts who lost their lives during wartime in Laos took place in Dong Tam international martyrs’ cemetery, the central province of Thanh Hoa on May 14.
Central Highlands faces water scarcity Environment

Central Highlands faces water scarcity

Although the dry season has yet to reach its peak, many reservoirs in the Central Highlands have recorded seriously receded water levels, leading to water scarcity for agriculture.