She presented 50 gifts, each worth VND2 million (US$86), to the war invalids and sick soldiers, and a gift valued at VND50 million (US$2,150) to the centre itself.
The official affirmed that the Vietnamese Party, State, and people have always kept in mind the sacrifices that the war invalids and ill soldiers made for the nation, expressing her hope that their examples would help younger generations overcome their difficulties.
The Party and State will continue to search for fallen soldiers, especially those who died in battlefields along the Vietnam-Laos border line and in Cambodia, she said.
The centre is now taking care of 50 war invalids and ill soldiers, who come from 21 cities spread from as far as the central province of Thua Thien-Hue up to the northern region.
The same day, Vice President Thinh offered incense at the Martyrs Memorial Site of Bac Giang province, and visited Heroic Vietnamese Mother Trinh Thi Lich and a war invalid in Bac Giang city.
Also on July 24, Secretary of the Hanoi Party Committee Hoang Trung Hai visited and presented gifts to two policy beneficiary families in Hoan Kiem district.
In activities related to the upcoming War Invalids and Martyrs Day, Hanoi has spent more than VND103 billion (US$4.4 million) on gifts to Heroic Vietnamese Mothers, war invalids and policy beneficiaries, and more than VND600 million (US$25,800) on gifts for units that are taking care of war invalids in the city.