VOV.VN - The central province of Quang Tri is the only locality in Vietnam that has two national martyrs cemeteries, not to mention over 70 war martyrs’ cemeteries throughout the province.
The remains of 20 Vietnamese volunteer soldiers and experts who sacrificed their lives in Laos during wartime were laid to rest at the Dong Tam international martyrs’ cemetery in the north-central province of Thanh Hoa on May 8.
Twelve sets of war martyrs’ remains were collected from the bank of Thach Han river in the central province of Quang Tri from March 9-13, according to the provincial Military Command.
A new website created by university students provides information to relatives about war martyrs and their graves at HCM City’s Martyrs Cemetery in District 9.
Ho Chi Minh City held a service at the martyrs’ cemetery of Cu Chi district on June 5 to rebury 14 sets of remains of soldiers who died in the southeastern region during the war against the US.
A service to commemorate the heroic soldiers who laid down during the war was held at Hanoi’s Martyrs Cemetery in Tu Liem district on October 8.
The first phase of upgrading the Road 9 National Martyrs Cemetery was inaugurated at a ceremony in the central province of Quang Tri, on July 22.