Tributes paid to President Ho Chi Minh in Tra Vinh province

Vietnamese President To Lam on Monday offered incense at a temple dedicated to President Ho Chi Minh in Long Duc commune, Tra Vinh city, Tra Vinh province, as part of his working visit to the Mekong Delta region.

President To Lam pays tribute to President Ho Chi Minh in Tra Vinh province. (Photo: VNA)

Tra Vinh, Vietnam (VNA) – Vietnamese President To Lam on Thursday offered incense at the temple dedicated to President Ho Chi Minh in Long Duc commune of Tra Vinh city, Tra Vinh province, as part of his working visit to the Mekong Delta region.

Construction of the temple began on March 10, 1970, and was completed on January 26, 1971. The entire construction process was carried out at night. It was recognized as a national historical and cultural relic, the first of its kind in this southern town.

Moved by the deep feelings of the Tra Vinh people towards Uncle Ho (as he is affectionately called by the Vietnamese people), To Lam wrote in the book of remembrance that the temple not only shows the sacred feelings and sincere heart of the people of the South in general, and those of Tra Vinh in particular, towards the beloved leader of the nation, but also a symbol of the strength of the great unity and heroic struggle of the army and the people.

He expressed his hope that the militants, government and people of all ethnic groups in Tra Vinh Province will continue to do a better job in preserving and promoting the value of this relic, so that it will forever be a “red direction” to educate revolutionary traditions and pass on the noble values ​​left by Uncle Ho for future generations.

That same morning, President To Lam offered incense and visited the tomb of Nguyen Sinh Sac, father of President Ho Chi Minh, in Cao Lanh town, Dong Thap province./.

 
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