Attending the event were nearly 200 delegates representing the Party committees, authorities, and parents and teachers of the recipients in the three border districts of Duc Co, la Grai, and Chu Prong in Gia Lai province. Speaking at the event, Senior Colonel Ro Manh Tuan, Deputy Political Commissar of the provincial Border Guard Command, stressed that over the past years, the provincial Border Guard Command, in association with local Party committees, authorities, and relevant agencies have conducted programs to perform information dissemination work and support needy students. These meaningful activities have contributed to tightening the military-civilian ties, thus developing the economy while ensuring peace, stability, and security in border areas. Photo: qdnd.vn Three months ago, the provincial Border Guard Command directed its affiliated units to coordinate with local authorities in reviewing each case, meeting with children and their parents, and discussing plans, dates, and places to conduct the program. At first, the provincial Border Guard Command adopted five children in the four border communes of la O, la Chia, la Dom, and la Pron. The children have been provided with good accommodation, school supplies, and other necessities from Border Posts 717, 719, 721, and 725. Food for the children has… Read full this story
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