President Ho Chi Minh's birthday commemorated abroad

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(VOVWORLD) -A ceremony marking the 134th birth anniversary of President Ho Chi Minh (May 19) was held in Thailand’s Nakhon Phanom province by provincial administration, the Vietnamese Embassy in Thailand, the Vietnamese Consulate General in Khon Kaen, and the Thai-Vietnamese Association of Nakhon Phanom province.

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Ambassador Pham Viet Hung and representatives of the Nakhon Phanom provincial administration laid wreaths at the Memorial of President Ho Chi Minh. Photo: VOV reporter in Thailand

At the ceremony, Vietnamese Ambassador to Thailand Pham Viet Hung emphasized that the anniversary demonstrates the good feelings of the local administration and people towards President Ho Chi Minh and the people of Vietnam. This is also an opportunity for Vietnamese far away from the home to remember their homeland, President Ho Chi Minh and the heroic history of the nation, he added.

“Following the example of President Ho Chi Minh and the precious traditions of the nation, I hope that overseas Vietnamese in Thailand in general and Nakhon Phanom province in particular will work together to promote the tradition of solidarity, care, and support for each other in life. We will actively contribute to building the local society, strengthening diplomatic relations between the two countries and especially always remember and look towards our homeland and roots,” said the ambassador. 

The same day, in the city of Kolkata, capital of West Bengal state, Eastern India, the West Bengal India-Vietnam Solidarity Committee held a ceremony to mark the great leader’s birthday. Representatives of the people, parties and friends of Vietnam in the city of Kolkata expressed their respect for Ho Chi Minh's revolutionary ideology and spirit, which has inspired many generations of Indians.

At its headquarters, the Vietnamese Embassy in Romania held an incense offering ceremony to President Ho Chi Minh and appealed Vietnamese people responding to the emulation movement of studying and following the moral example of President Ho Chi Minh. Delegates visited the photo gallery documenting President Ho Chi Minh's activities when he visited Romania in August 1957 and the Uncle Ho Bookshelf at the Embassy.

Also on Sunday, the Vietnamese Embassy staff in South Africa and other representative agencies organized an incense offering to President Ho Chi Minh.