Their senses of responsibility and courage have left good feelings in the hearts of the local authorities and fishermen.
Many fishermen in Ly Son district, Quang Ngai province shared their stories about the supports of troops of Coast Guard Region 2. Mr. Mai Van Ly, captain of Ship QNg 96237 TS from An Hai commune, shared that many people in Ly Son district consider troops of Coast Guard Region 2 as benefactors who have given birth to their children for the second time. The district's people are grateful to the coast guard troops for supporting them.
During his 22 years fishing at sea, Mr. Mai Van Ly could not remember how many times that Ly Son islanders and he got in trouble and were rescued and supported by the officers and soldiers of Coast Guard Region 2. Most recently, on February 23, 2022, while fishing south of Ly Son Island, his fishing boat with nine crew-members on board suddenly had engine failure and lost maneuverability. Facing a very dangerous situation, Mr. Mai Van Ly immediately sent a mayday signal. At that time, there were strong wind and high waves, so the search and rescue forces met numerous difficulties. However, with a high sense of responsibility, troops of Ship CSB 4032 of Coast Guard Region 2 made great efforts to overcome hardships and promptly rescue, take care of, and bring the troubled fishermen to Ly Son Island safely.
According to Mrs. Ha Thi Anh Thu, Permanent Deputy Head of the Standing Committee of the Quang Ngai Provincial Party Committee's Commission for Mass Mobilization, the “Coast Guards accompany fishermen” program featured various meaningful activities, contributing to strengthening the whole-people great unity bloc and disseminating and mobilizing fishermen to strictly follow the State laws when fishing at sea. In addition, the Coast Guard troops joining the program also guided and trained fishermen with relevant skills to ensure occupational safety and health. The Coast Guard, together with functional forces operating at sea, has become a solid fulcrum to help fishermen feel secure when reaching out to sea, contributing to developing the economy, actively safeguarding the national sovereignty, maintaining security, safety and order for the country’s sea and islands.
Translated by Trung Thanh
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