Uncle Ho commemorated in Ha Tinh

The delegation at the memorial area of Uncle Ho's visit to Ha Tinh (Photo: baoyenbai.com.vn)

At the memorial site, more than 66 years ago, Uncle Ho visited and talked with officials, Party members, armed forces soldiers and people of Ha Tinh. The delegation expressed their respect and infinite gratitude for President Ho Chi Minh's great contributions to the cause of the struggle for national liberation; and vowed to follow the revolutionary path that the Party and Uncle Ho have chosen.

In front of Uncle Ho's spirit, the delegation members pledged to constantly strive to practice revolutionary morality, proactively create at work, and report more advanced collectives and individuals in following Uncle Ho’s example, contributing to effectively deploying the legacy that he left for today and future generations, including Ho Chi Minh’s ideology, morality and style.

During the trip, the delegation offered incense and visited the National Historical and Cultural Relic of the late Party General Secretary Tran Phu in Tung Anh commune, Duc Tho district, Ha Tinh province. Tran Phu was the first General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam and one of President Ho Chi Minh's outstanding students. He made great and important contributions to the Party's revolutionary cause during the most exciting and drastic period of the years 1930-1931, andwas an example of loyalty to the country and devotion to the people, dedicating his entire life to the cause of national and class liberation.

On the same day, the delegation offered incense and visited the special National Historical Relic Area at Dong Loc intersection. During the resistance war against the Americans to save the country, Dong Loc intersection marked the resounding victories of our army and people, especially the noble sacrifices of 10 heroic female martyrs and young volunteers. Dong Loc intersection became a red address for teaching revolutionary traditions, arousing national pride for all generations./.


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