Earlier, they provided free health checkups and medicines for about 200 policy beneficiaries and handed over 11 gifts to martyrs' parents in Dong Tam ward, Vinh Yen city.
Meanwhile, a delegation from Military Hospital 175 under the Ministry of National Defense teamed with the Ba Ria-Vung Tau provincial Military Command, Ba Son Corporation and local authorities examined health and presented gifts to some 200 wounded soldiers, martyrs' families and policy beneficiaries in Long Hai town, Long Dien district, Ba Ria-Vung Tau province.
Also on July 7 and 8, a delegation from the General Department of Technology, led by its Deputy Political Commissar, Major General Pham Van Lap, inquired after and gave presents to national contributors in some districts of Nghe An province, contributing to enhancing the military-civilian ties and brightening the image of Uncle Ho's soldiers.
Translated by Chung Anh
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