PANO – Private First Class Doan Van Loi of Brigade 144 under the General Staff of the Vietnam People’s Army has returned lost money to its owner.
On August 21st, Loi found a wallet with more than VND 5 million while exercising his duty along Ly Nam De street in Hanoi. He then reported to his superior and returned it to the owner.
Taking back his money, Mr. Ha Khanh Minh, an employee in the Ly Nam De branch of the Military Insurance Joint Stock Company expressed his great thanks to Loi for his sincerity.
Private first class Loi was born into a needy family in Phu Tho province. During his military service, he has seriously implemented all regulations and fulfilled his assigned tasks. His good deed will be a good example for other soldiers to follow.
Translated by Van Hieu
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