On May 16, State President Truong Tan Sang received a delegation of former cadres, who served late President Ho Chi Minh, to mark his 122nd birthday anniversary.
Delegation members expressed their feelings and recalled their profound memories of the time they worked with and served President HCM.
At the reception, President Sang showed his respect for their good sentiment towards HCM and highlighted the great significance of his thoughts and ethics.
The “Studying and following late President HCM’s moral example” campaign has obtained positive results, however there is much to be done. The campaign has accelerated nationwide in association with Party building work.
The fifth conference of the Party Central Committee which concluded on May 15 affirmed the Party and State’s determination to consolidate Party members’ confidence and to develop the nation as expected by President HCM, Mr Sang said.
He said he hopes every cadre will study and follow HCM’s moral example and continue to make greater contributions to national development.
The same day, during his visit to Ho Chi Minh museum, President Sang praised museum staff’s efforts to preserve Uncle Ho’s precious objects.
He asked them to improve their professional skills as well as apply advanced technology in preserving documents and objects related to President Ho Chi Minh’s revolutionary cause.
The museum is the custodian of 20,000 books and 13,000 objects pertaining to President Ho Chi Minh.
Meanwhile, a photo exhibition on President Ho Chi Minh and Thai Nguyen safe zone opened in Thai Nguyen city, in the northern mountainous province of Thai Nguyen .
On display at the exhibition are documentary photos and objects during the time President Ho Chi Minh stayed in the Thai Nguyen safe zone during the resistance war against the French colonialists./.