Art programme pays tribute to naval soldiers

An art programme entitled “Xuan Truong Sa” (Spring in Truong Sa - Spratly Archipelago) was held in Hanoi on January 8 to honour Vietnamese naval officers and soldiers for their great contributions to protecting the country’s sovereignty over its seas and islands and continental shelf.
"Spring in Truong Sa Archipelago" has become an annual event over the past 11 years. (Photo: NDO)
"Spring in Truong Sa Archipelago" has become an annual event over the past 11 years. (Photo: NDO)

The event, the 11th of its kind, was jointly organised by the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) Online Newspaper and the Naval High Command under the direction of the Party Central Committee (PCC)’s Commission for Communications and Education.

The event was attended by Secretary of Party Central Committee and Head of the PCC’s Commission for Communications and Education Nguyen Trong Nghia along with members of the PCC: Editor-in-chief of Nhan Dan Newspaper Le Quoc Minh, who is also Deputy Head of the PCC’s Commission for Communications and Education and Chairman of Vietnam Journalists’ Association, and Deputy Head of the PCC’s Commission for Communications and Education Lai Xuan Mon.

The programme was divided into three chapters, themed “The country viewed from sea”, “Beloved Truong Sa” and “Vietnam aspires to reach far”.

Through the programme, agencies, enterprises and individuals could send their support to the relatives of officials and soldiers in remote seas and islands, encouraging them to successfully fulfil their missions in safeguarding the country’s sovereignty over its seas and islands.

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An overview of the art programme

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Delegates attend the programme

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An art performance at the programme

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The programme consists of three chapters.

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The programme is considered a bridge connecting agencies, units, businesses and individuals with the relatives of officials and soldiers in remote seas and islands.

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The audience at the programme

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