Vietnam Fatherland Front Museum unveiled in Hanoi

Friday, 2020-05-15 15:53:45
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Delegates cut the ribbon to inaugurate the Vietnam Fatherland Front Museum, Hanoi, May 15, 2020. (Photo: NDO/Nguyen Minh)
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NDO – The Vietnam Fatherland Front (VFF) Museum officially debuted at a ceremony to announce its establishment held by the Standing Committee of the VFF Central Committee in Hanoi on May 15.

Senior Party and State leaders joined former VFF leaders to cut the ribbon and inaugurate the museum, located at the VFF Central Committee Headquarters at No. 46 Trang Thi Street in Hanoi’s Hoan Kiem District.

Speaking at the ceremony, Tran Thanh Man, President of the VFF Central Committee, said that in 2004 the VFF established the front’s traditional office at its headquarters to preserve and educate the historical values and traditions of the Party, people and VFF.

From 2019, the office has been extended and upgraded into a museum, thanks to effective coordination among relevant authorities and the enthusiastic contributions of various experts, scientists and VFF former leaders, Man added.

Exhibits at the museum are expected to help visitors to understand more about the glorious tradition of the VFF, while offering a place to research and disseminate scientific and historical knowledge for people of all strata.

On the occasion, Man acknowledged the valuable contributions and effective support from relevant organisations and individuals to the establishment and development of the VFF museum. He also called on them to continue contributing effort, documents, artifacts and intellect to improve the museum.

The museum establishment announcement is part of the activities to celebrate the 130th birth anniversary of President Ho Chi Minh, who was also the founder and leader of the front.

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