Located within the President Ho Chi Minh relic site in Hanoi, House No. 67 was named after the year 1967 when it was built. The house is where President Ho Chi Minh spent the last days of his life 50 years ago. In a solemn and emotional atmosphere, Man and the VFF officials showed their infinite respect and gratitude to Uncle Ho, who sacrificed his whole life to the cause of struggling for national liberation and reunification, towards building an independent and unified Vietnam. Talking with the officials and employees of the relic site afterwards, the VFF leader extended his best New Year greetings to them, while praising their efforts in preserving and disseminating the cultural and historical values to compatriots across the country and international friends. He called for the staff’s greater attempts to conserve the historical values and provide the younger generations and international friends with a better insight into the Vietnamese people’s struggle for national independence, as well as Uncle Ho’s contributions to the cause of national development. On the occasion, Nguyen Van Cong, director of the President Ho Chi Minh relic site, presented a badge featuring the image of Uncle Ho to VFF President Tran Thanh Man.