Chairman of the National Assembly offers incense in tribute to President Ho Chi Minh.

Saturday, 24/8/2019 - 09:00

Chairman of the National Assembly Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan on August 18 offered incense in tribute to President Ho Chi Minh at House 67 inside the Presidential Palace complex in Hanoi, where the nation’s beloved leader breathed his last.

Chairman of the National Assembly offered incense at House 67 of President Ho Chi Minh's relic at the Presidential Palace.

The tribute formed part of activities to celebrate the 74th anniversary of the August Revolution (August 19) and National Day (September 2) and 50 years of implementing the President’s testament (1969-2019).

Ms Ngan asked the staff at the President Ho Chi Minh relic site to continue well preserving belongings of the late President and promote studying and following his thought, morality and lifestyle.


The National Assembly chairman listened to an introduction about the belongings of Uncle Ho. 

Ho Chi Minh led the revolution to gain independence for Vietnam from France in August 1945 and later became the President of the country. He began writing his will in May 1965 and finished it in May 1969 – four months before he passed away. The special historic document has become a guideline for Vietnam’s revolution and development during the past 50 years.


Translation: Phuong Thao 

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