Vietnamese Embassy in France commemorates President Ho Chi Minh on National Day
Tuesday, 05/09/2023 16:02 (GMT+7)
The Vietnamese Embassy in France has recently held an incense offering ceremony to commemorate President Ho Chi Minh on the occasion of the National Day (September 2) and the traditional day of the Vietnamese diplomacy (August 28).
|Ambassador Dinh Toan Thang and delegates listened to an introduction about the Ho Chi Minh Space in the Museum of Living History at Montreau Park. (Photo: VNA)
After the incense offering ceremony, the delegation led by Vietnamese Ambassador to France Dinh Toan Thang offered flowers at President Ho Chi Minh’s Monument and visited the Ho Chi Minh Space at the Museum of Living History at Montreau Park.
In his speech, Ambassador Dinh Toan Thang affirmed Uncle Ho's great contributions to the country, Vietnamese people and modern Vietnamese diplomacy. He emphasized that activities commemorating President Ho Chi Minh are even more meaningful in 2023, which commemorates the 50th anniversary of diplomatic relations and 10 years of the strategic partnership between Vietnam and France, because Uncle Ho was devoted to fostering friendship and cooperation between the peoples of the two countries.
Speaking at the flower offering ceremony at President Ho Chi Minh’s Monument at Montreau Park, Ms. Le Gourrierec, City Council Member in charge of Heritage, expressed her pride in standing side by side with Vietnam's just struggle in the past and to continue to cooperate on local channels, and especially honored to be the place to preserve relics of a period of revolutionary activities on President Ho Chi Minh's journey to find a way to save the country in France.
The delegation visited the Ho Chi Minh Space at the Museum of Living History, where many images and artifacts about Uncle Ho are preserved./.