The honourees, who come from 63 cities and provinces nationwide, have gained excellent performance in front work in the 2017-2022 period.
They represent all walks of life and social backgrounds in society, from elders and war veterans to youths and women, who are living in the various areas across the country from urban areas to rural, mountainous, border, and sea and island areas.
Speaking at a press conference held in Hanoi on November 15 to announce the conference, Vice President of the Vietnam Fatherland Front (VFF) Central Committee Nguyen Huu Dung said that the event aims to recognise the significant contributions of outstanding models in implementing fatherland front work who have actively mobilised people from all walks of life to participate in patriotic emulation movements while performing well in their role as a bridge linking the Party, State and people.
The conference also acts as an opportunity for front staff at grassroots level to exchange experiences and learn from the good models and innovative ideas in implementing front work.
At the conference, the organising board will present Prime Minister’s certificates of merit to the 63 most outstanding delegates.