VIETNAM'S MARINE AND ISLAND SOVEREIGNTY Updated at 15:21:37 01/22/2018  (Views:  978 )
Early Tet presents brought to of

Early Tet presents brought to offshore soldiers

BTO - At 3:00PM on January 21, two naval ships left Vung Tau city- Ba Ria-Vung Tau province, carrying missions to visit and present Tet gifts to the officials and soldiers on duty at the marine defense platform DK1. Accompany with the missions, there were over 100 delegates from the High Command of the Navy Region 2, Centre for National Defense and Security Education under the Vietnam National University, Ho Chi Minh City, and journalists representing for press Agencies across the country. 

As scheduled, the trip, which lasts from 12-15 days, will take the missions to visit Radar Station 590 and several other agencies and units in Con Dao island district.

To support the officers and soldiers enjoy the upcoming Lunar New Year, the trip has brought a number of gifts from the President, the Ministry of Defense, the High Command of Vietnam People's Navy, and the High Command of the Navy Region 2 as well as many other localities and agencies around the country.  It is also a meaningful trip as it encourages the soldiers and people stationed at sea and on islands to fulfill their tasks, contributing to protecting the country's sea and island sovereignty.

My Thien (Source: Binh Thuan Online)

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