Incense offered to late General Van Tien Dung

The delegation was led by General Ngo Xuan Lich, member of the Politburo, Deputy Secretary of the CMC, Minister of National Defense. The minister was accompanied by Senior Lieutenant General Luong Cuong, member of the Secretariat of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CCCPV), permanent member of the CMC, Director of the General Department of Politics of the Vietnam People’s Army; and members of the CCCPV: Senior Lieutenant General Be Xuan Truong, Deputy Minister of National Defense; Senior Lieutenant General Nguyen Phuong Nam, Deputy Chief of the General Staff of the Vietnam People’s Army; and Lieutenant General Nguyen Trong Nghia, Deputy Director of the General Department of Politics.

General Ngo Xuan Lich offered incense to commemorate late General Van Tien Dung

Delivering a speech at the incense offering ceremony on the occasion of the 100th birthday of late General Van Tien Dung, Lieutenant General Nguyen Trong Nghia stressed that the General was a loyal revolutionary, a leader of the Party and State, a distinguished disciple of President Ho Chi Minh, and an example of military prowess of the heroic Vietnam People’s Army.

During his revolutionary career, General Van Tien Dung always upheld the noble title of a communist, whole-heartedly devoting his life to the Fatherland, people, and the Party, and contributing greatly to the Army development, national salvation and building.

Lt. Gen. Nguyen Trong Nghia affirmed that paying tribute to late General Van Tien Dung, generations of officers and soldiers of the VPA are determined to learn, self-improve, and train to deserve the title of Uncle Ho’s soldiers; continue to follow the predecessors’ revolutionary cause and glorious tradition; and be ready to take and excellently accomplish any tasks assigned by the Party, State, and people.

On this occasion, the delegation also offered incense to late leaders of the Party, State, and Army, and heros, who are resting at the cemetery. The delegation also offered incense at the General Van Tien Dung Memorial House.

Translated by Ngoc Hung



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