Symposium on Hoang Van Thu held in Lang Son
(LSO) – The Ho Chi Minh National Academy of Politics (HCMA) in coordination with the Party Committee of Lang Son province and the Party Central Committee’s Commission for Information and Education on November 3 organised a symposium on Hoang Van Thu – a late Party leader born in the province.
The event was co-chaired by Nguyen Xuan Thang, Secretary of the Party Central Committee, President of the HCMA and Chairman of the Central Theoretical Council; Lam Thi Phuong Thanh, member of the Party Central Committee and Secretary of the provincial Party Committee; and Le Manh Hung, deputy head of the Party Central Committee’s Commission for Information and Education.
Lam Thi Phuong Thanh, member of the Party Central Committee, Secretary of the Lang Son Party Committee, speaks at the opening ceremony.
It saw the attendance of representatives of ministries, agencies, organisations and local departments.
In her opening remarks, Thanh recalled Hoang Van Thu’s life and contributions to the revolutionary cause of the Party and the nation during the difficult period of Party building and development, and the promotion of national liberation movements.
Hoang Van Nghiem, Permanent Vice Secretary of the provincial Party Committee, Chairman of the provincial People’s Council, presents a report titled “Hoang Van Thu with revolutionary movements in Lang Son province” at the event.
His life has attracted the attention of scientists, historians, officials, Party members and people of all social strata, especially residents in Lang Son province, as he held a special position and role in the provincial Party Organisation and revolutionary movements in Lang Son, she said.
The symposium is one of the meaningful activities marking the 110th birthday of comrade Hoang Van Thu, the official said.
Thanh described research studies on the late leader presented at the event as valuable historical documents that will help to promote the tradition of patriotism and responsibility of each Vietnamese, especially young generations.
The symposium received 43 reports from professors, doctors, researchers, and former leaders from provinces, departments and agencies.
Nguyen Xuan Thang, Secretary of the Party Central Committee, President of the Ho Chi Minh National Academy of Politics, Chairman of the Central Theoretical Council, speaks at the symposium.
Participants heard seven reports, including two presented by Hoang Van Nghiem, Permanent Vice Secretary of the provincial Party Committee, Chairman of the provincial People’s Council, and a representative of Hoang Van Thu’s family in Hoang Van Thu commune, Van Lang district.
The reports highlighted the role of Hoang Van Thu in the revolutionary cause of the Party and nation as well as the influence of the homeland’s tradition and family on his patriotism and revolutionary spirit.
Concluding the symposium, Nguyen Xuan Thang said the event was a success with the participation of numerous scientists. Reports presented at the symposium highlighted the significant contributions of Hoang Van Thu to various fields as well as revolutionary activities at home and abroad.
Participants visits an exhibition displaying important events of Lang Son province.
With nearly 20 years of revolutionary activities, Hoang Van Thu showed his talent and prestige of an exemplary leader who always uphold the sense of responsibility before the Party and people as well as made active contributions to the cause of the Vietnamese Party and revolution.
He was a typical example of the resilient communist soldier and the outstanding student of late President Ho Chi Minh, Thang said.
Hoang Van Thu is also a shining example of the ethnic youth who significantly contributed to building and developing the revolutionary movement in Lang Son.
The symposium gave an insight into the revolutionary life of Hoang Van Thu as well as his remarkable contributions to the revolutionary cause of the Party, people, and Lang Son in particular.
It also helped educate the patriotism and the glorious revolutionary tradition of the Party among people, especially young generations, Thang stressed.