Navy's 2nd Regional Command visited and sent greetings Tet in Con Dao

Tuesday - 09/03/2021 15:59
During the visit to officers and soldiers working in the southern continental shelf of the Fatherland on the occasion of The Lunar New Year 2021, in 26/01/2021, the delegation of the Navy's 2nd Region Command led by Colonel Pham Quyet Tien - Deputy Commander, Chief of Staff of The 2nd Naval Region visited, gifted, wished for Tet to District Party Committees, People's Councils, People's Committees, Fatherland Front Committees of Con Dao.
At the meeting, comrade Nguyen Anh Nhut, Vice Deputy Secretary and Vice Chairman of the People's Committee of Con Dao district informed the delegation about the socio-economic situation, security - defense of the district in 2020. He also makes announcements directions, tasks, and the work of taking care of the material and spiritual life for cadres, soldiers, and people on the island during the Tan Suu Lunar New Year.
On behalf of the delegation, Colonel Pham Quyet Tien - Deputy Commander, Chief of Navy 2nd Region, congratulated the results achieved by the Party Committee, government, army and people of Con Dao district last year. At the same time, He would like to thank the Party Committee, authorities and people of Con Dao district for helping soldiers of Radar Station 590, Regiment 251 and the Engineer Squadron of Brigade 681, Region 2 Navy stationed in the district complete well the assigned missions.And he hopes that, in the coming time, units under the Navy 2nd Regional in Con Dao district continue receiving the attention and coordination of the locality in the deployment of military work, naitional defense.
On this occasion, Colonel Pham Quyet Tien - Deputy Commander, Chief of Staff of the Naval Region 2 and the delegation presented gifts and sent New Year greetings to leaders, departments, branches and the people of Con Dao a peaceful, vicious spring and new year.
 

Source: Manh Cuong; Translated by Tuan Long:

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