Ha Noi’s leaders offer incense to ancestors, President Ho Chi Minh (20:42 06/02/2019)


HNP – A delegation of Ha Noi’s leaders on February 5th (the first day of the Lunar New Year) offered incense to ancestors, President Ho Chi Minh at the statue of King Ly Thai To, Ngoc Son Temple, statue of King Le Thai To (Nam Huong village temple), Kinh Thien Palace (the Imperial Citadel of Thang Long), and House 67 inside the Presidential Palace complex.


City’s leaders offer incense at the State of King Ly Thai To.


The delegation included Politburo member, Secretary of the Municipal Party Committee Hoang Trung Hai; members of the Paty Central Committee: Permanent Deputy Secretary of the Municipal Party Committee Ngo Thi Thanh Hang, and Chairman of the Municipal People’s Committee Nguyen Duc Chung; Head of the Commission for Education and Popularization Nguyen Van Phong; Head of the Commission for Mass Mobilization Nguyen Lan Huong; Permanent Vice Chairman of the Municipal People’s Council Nguyen Ngoc Tuan; Chairwoman of the Municipal Confederation of Labour Nguyen Thi Tuyen, among others. 

 

 

The delegation offers incense at Ngoc Son Temple.

 

Offering incense at the Statue of King Ly Thai To, Ngoc Son Temple, Statue of King Le Thai To, and Kinh Thien Palace, the city leaders expressed their gratitude for ancestors’ contributions to national construction and defence. 
 
They vowed to make more effort to further build and develop the capital city, deserving a center of national politics – administration, culture, science, education, economy and international trade.
 
The delegation offers incense at Kinh Thien Palace.
 
At House 67 inside the Presidential Palace complex where President Ho Chi Minh breathed his last, the city’s leaders offered incense in memory of the nation’s beloved leader who devoted his whole life to the revolutionary cause of the Party and nation.
 
The city’s leaders offered incense at House 67.
 
On the occasion, the leaders offered gifts and Tet lucky money to officials, staffs of the Management Board of the Presidential Palace complex. 

By Tran Huong


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