The streets of Ho Chi Minh City have turned red with national flags, flowers, and various banners hung everywhere to celebrate the upcoming 13th National Party Congress, the country’s most important political event.
|The 13th National Party Congress is scheduled to run in Hanoi capital from January 25 to February 2. But in the buildup to the event, streets throughout Ho Chi Minh City are adorned with flags, banners, and propaganda posters aimed at commemorating the important event.|
|The city looks more vibrant than usual due to the array of national flags and banners hung every corner of the country’s largest locality.|
|A propaganda poster has been erected in downtown Ho Chi Minh City.|
|A large propaganda poster on Nguyen Thi Minh Khai Street in District 1 offers praise for the leadership of the Communist Party of Vietnam and for President Ho Chi Minh.|
|A banner on Le Duan Street in District 1 near Independence Palace welcomes the start of the political event.|
|A major propaganda poster can be seen Nam Ky Khoi Nghia Street, drawing plenty of attention from pedestrians.|
|A propaganda poster at April 30 Park displays the youth’s pride towards the leadership of the Communist Party of Vietnam.|
|A large poster can be seen by commuters travelling on Khanh Hoi Bridge which connects District 1 with District 4.|
|Many areas throughout HCM City streets appear even more brilliant than normal in the buildup to the special event.|
|Residential areas boast an array of patriotic displays such as national flags and banners.|
|A view of the area in front of the southern city’s administration.|
|A banner celebrating the upcoming event has been put up at the headquarters of an office building.|
|A look at the front of an office building on Hoang Van Thu Street.|
|Plenty of signs can be seen on Hong Bang Street in District 5.|
|An exhibition detailing the history of the Communist Party of Vietnam is open to visitors at Van Lang Park in District 5.|
|Banners can be seen hung on streets on the outskirts of the city.|
|Plenty of displays are present on Pham Van Dong Street in Binh Thanh District.|
|A view of Dinh Bo Linh Street.|
Up to 1,587 delegates representing more than 5.1 million Party members nationwide will attend the 13th National Party Congress from January 25 to February 2,
Russia’s “Multi-polar world” magazine has run an article by journalist Pavel Vinogradov highlighting the context and significance of the 13th National Congress of the Communist Party of Vietnam.
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