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Chemical Corps plays a key role in disposing of toxic legacy of war

Chemical Corps plays a key role in disposing of toxic legacy of war

Monday, January 29, 2018, 08:16 (GMT+7)
40 years after the US invasion of Vietnam, its grave legacy is still lasting. Millions of square meters of land in Vietnam are still contaminated with unexploded ordnance and toxic agents which have done serious harm to 4.8 million people. Therefore, dealing with those remnants of war is a critical mission in Vietnam. The Chemical Corps, as the key force in disposing of toxic legacy of war, has been strengthening the conduct of this mission with practical measures

Strengthening leadership and direction over policies for the army and its rear

Strengthening leadership and direction over policies for the army and its rear

Thursday, July 16, 2015, 09:07 (GMT+7)
Over the past years, thoroughly grasping and seriously implementing resolutions and directions, made by the Party, State, Central Military Commission, and Ministry of National Defence, on the army and army rear policies, party committees and commanders at all levels have frequently implemented the work comprehensively and effectively, acquiring deep political and social significance

To thoroughly carry out the preparatory work for, and successfully conduct the 13th Party Congress, leading the country to a new phase of development
The entire Party, people and armed forces shall unify in hearts and minds, join forces to carry out thoroughly the preparatory work for, and successfully conduct the 13th National Congress of the Party, leading the country to a new phase of development with the goal of “prosperous people, powerful, democratic, just and civilised country”, successfully fulfilling the heartfelt wish of great President Ho Chi Minh and the desire of the entire nation.
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