(HBO) – On February 2 - the 28th day of the last lunar month - a high-ranking delegation led by Tran Quoc Vuong, Politburo member and permanent member of the Party Central Committee’s Secretariat, paid a pre-Tet visit to officers and soldiers of the border guard station at the Long Sap border gate in Moc Chau district, Son La province. They also visited people in Chieng Son, Chieng Khua and Long Sap communes in Moc Chau district, along with residents in Pa Hang-Huoi Hieng residential area of Laos’ Hua Phan province and Lao border guards.


Hoa Binh province’s Party Committee sent two tonnes of Cao Phong orange to officers and soldiers of the border guard station at the Long Sap border gate.

On this occasion, the Party Committee of Hoa Binh province sent two tonnes of Cao Phong orange to officers and soldiers of the border guard station at the Long Sap border gate. Through the gift, leaders and people of Hoa Binh province want to extend their sentiments to the officers and soldiers who have been on guard during the Tet (Lunar New Year) festival to ensure security and safety at the border area.


The border guard station manages and protects 39.9km of border line, 21 border markers and one main border gate. Opposite to the border area under the management of the force is Sop Bau district of the Lao province of Hua Phan. The communes of Chieng Son, Chieng Khua and Long Sap have 4,077 households with 16,885 people.

The officers and soldiers have been on duty during the Tet holiday. On this occasion, the station organised a programme offering gifts and free health check-ups to local poor households, social policy beneficiaries, needy children and those who have actively participated in border protection./.

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