During an act in front of the bust built in memory of the Cuban Apostle in central Tao Dan park-garden in Hanoi, Nguyen Viet Thao, Permanent Vice President of the Vietnam-Cuba Friendship Association, highlighted the coincidence of thought and work of the two leaders.
He also noted that occasions such as this one, where a tribute is paid to the founder of the Cuban Revolutionary Party, are used to reassure that Vietnam stands side by side with the brotherly and internationalist Cuban people.
Representatives of the Union of Friendship Organizations in Hanoi, the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV), the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, members of Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union, and students from the School of Medicine and Pharmacy in Hanoi, participated in the tribute to José Martí.
Tributes to Uncle Ho’s 133rd birthday are taking place in several ways nationwide.
A colloquium on Ho Chi Minh’s diplomatic thought in implementing the foreign policy of the 13th National Congress of the CPV was held in Hanoi with the objective of learning and following the revolutionary leader’s thoughts, morals, and style.