VOV.VN - Central Thua Thien-Hue province held a solemn ceremony on May 13 to rebury 15 sets of remains of Vietnamese voluntary soldiers and experts who died in Laos during the past war.
Up to 1,510 delegates to the 12th National Party Congress met in a preparatory session at the National Convention Centre in Hanoi on the morning of January 20.
A park commemorating 52 commandos, who sacrificed their lives to occupy and protect Rach Chiec Bridge during the Ho Chi Minh Campaign, was inaugurated in An Phu Commune, District 2, Ho Chi Minh City on December 31.
A delegation from the Embassy and other representative offices of Vietnam in Laos laid a wreath at the monument to Laos-Vietnam fallen soldiers in Ban Con village, Phonhong district, Vientiane, on July 26.
(VOV) - Representatives from the Vietnamese embassy, relevant agencies and Vietnamese community in Cambodia on July 27 offered incense and laid wreath at the Monument to Vietnamese Volunteer Soldiers in Phnom Penh.
A three-day requiem for war martyrs is taking place in the northern mountainous province of Dien Bien through July 5.
Thirteen soldiers who died in the war against the US were reburied in central Binh Thuan provincial war martyr on July 2.
Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung on July 25 approved the establishment of two DNA testing facilities to identify remains of Vietnamese war martyrs without adequate personal information.
(VOV) - Roche Vietnam Co., Ltd has donated a number of reagents for identification testing with the new DNA assessment technology on new generation of sequencing system to the Vietnam Martyrs' Family Support Association (VMFSA) on the 67th anniversary of Vietnam's War Invalids and Martyrs Day (July 27).
(VOV) - A high-level Party and State delegation on July 25 laid a wreath and offered incense to commemorate fallen soldiers at the Monument to Heroic Martyrs on Bac Son street.
A requiem for young volunteer workers who laid down their lives during the anti-US war was held at the newly-inaugurated temple at Truong Bon historic site in central Nghe An province on July 14.
Nearly 200 young overseas Vietnamese (OV) on July 15 attended a requiem in Thai Binh province to commemorate war martyrs and those who died in the historic 1945 famine.