Senior Colonel Hoang Ngoc Ha, Deputy Political Commissar of the unit, chaired the launching ceremony.

At the event, the provincial Military Command and authority of Phieng Pan commune presented 40 gifts, worth VND 500,000 each, to poor households in the area, and mobilized nearly 20 doctors of Military Hospital No.6 to provide free health check-ups, health counseling and medicines to over 350 needy people in the commune.

Doctors providing free health check-ups to over 350 needy people in the commune

Speaking at the event, Senior Colonel Ha said that over the past years, the provincial Military Command has always paid attention to helping local authorities and people, including building new-style rural areas, promoting information dissemination and mobilizing the public in implementing the Party’s policies and the State’s laws, and taking care of people’s living conditions.

He also requested the armed forces in the province to closely coordinate with local authorities to continue to take care of people’s living conditions, especially ethnic minority groups.

Earlier, documentary films about  fighting against the “peaceful evolution” strategy of hostile forces had been screened at schools in the commune. These activities aimed to promote exchange and military-civilian relations between the unit’s troops and local people, thereby raising people’s political awareness and contributing to consolidating and maintaining security and order in border areas.

Translated by Lam Anh