Senior Party official visits boarding school in Buon Ma Thuot

Sunday, 2019-08-11 15:51:29
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Politburo member Tran Quoc Vuong visits N’Trang Long Ethnic Boarding High School. (Photo: Dak Lak Government)
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NDO - Politburo member and permanent member of the Secretariat Tran Quoc Vuong visited and presented gifts to teachers and students of N’Trang Long Ethnic Boarding High School in the Central Highlands city of Buon Ma Thuot on August 10.

The school was founded in 1976 to provide education for ethnic students to create the human resources for Dak Lak province.

Named after a local hero of the early 20th century, the school has overcome all difficulties and fulfilled its mission successfully, with many students achieving excellent performance at provincial and national contests.

Speaking during the visit, Vuong praised the achievements that the school has recorded while affirming that the Party and State always pay attention to education, especially for members of ethnic minority groups.

He urged N’Trang Long’s staff, teachers and students to uphold their tradition and strive to make the school an educational bright spot of Dak Lak province and the Central Highland regions at large.

On behalf of the Party and State, Vuong shared on the losses experienced by local residents due to flooding and asked the Dak Lak authorities to quickly deal with consequences and ensure every student can go to school when the new academic year arrives.

On the occasion, the Politburo member presented N’Trang Long Ethnic Boarding High School with one TV set, three computers and scholarships worth VND100 million (US$4,400).