Exhibition sheds light on values of President Ho Chi Minh’s Testament

Thursday, 2019-08-15 13:14:34
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NDO – An exhibition entitled ‘Uncle Ho’s Testament – A source in lighting the way’ opened at the Vietnam Military History Museum on August 14.

The works on display include more than 200 documents, photos and objects highlighting the life and career of President Ho Chi Minh – the national liberation hero. The exhibits also introduce the President’s testament and the strong determination of the entire Party, people and army in studying and realising the document.

In addition, exemplary models in the army who stood out in the ‘Promoting the tradition, deserving to be Uncle Ho’s soldiers’ campaign were featured at the exhibition.

The event will run until September 10 at 28A Dien Bien Phu street, Ba Dinh district, Hanoi.

On the same day, a symposium discussing the theoretical and practical values of President Ho Chi Minh's Testament was organised in Hanoi.

Papers presented at the symposium affirmed that the special historic document has become a guideline for Vietnam’s revolution and development over the past 50 years.

Based on analysis of the document’s theoretical and practical values, speakers discussed lessons drawn out from the implementation of the testament, which will be useful in the cause of national construction and development.

President Ho Chi Minh began writing his will in May 1965 and finished it in May 1969 – four months before he passed away. The Testament sums up the President’s viewpoint and ideology, while expressing his concerns, aspirations and hopes for the country.