Entitled ‘Your Pain In My Heart: Vietnam’, the exhibition is arranged into two parts reminiscing on the Vietnamese people’s resistance war and their lives during wartime, as well as the country’s medical achievements. Works on display provide a closer look on the resistance war of the Vietnamese people and army, and the severe consequences left by the war in the country. The exhibition also introduces to the public for the first time medical equipment provided by Russia to Vietnam, including sets of surgical and first aid tools, uniforms and personal belongings of Vietnamese soldiers. Retired Russian military doctor Anatoly Levshankov, who worked in Vietnam between 1977 and 1978, expressed his sympathy over the Vietnamese people’s losses during the wartime, comparing the losses with those suffered by Russians during their Great Patriotic War (1941-1945). The event will run until the end of 2019 at the Russian Museum of Military Medicine.