The ceremony was attended by Vietnamese martyrs’ relatives and wounded soldiers, Ukrainian veterans who used to work in Vietnam, along with representatives of the Vietnamese people from across Ukraine.
In his speech, Ambassador Nguyen Minh Tri expressed his deep gratitude to war veterans, martyrs’ families and national contributors.
He also appreciated activities by the Vietnamese community in Ukraine to care for policy beneficiaries and national contributors.
At the event, representatives of the Vietnamese associations in Ukraine, Ukrainian veterans, and young Vietnamese people also showed their gratefulness to persons dedicating to the homeland’s independence.
They promised efforts to deserve the heroes and martyrs’ great sacrifices and to strengthen the traditional friendship and cooperation between Vietnam and Ukraine.
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