Programme upholds ties between Vietnamese coast guards and fishermen

A delegation of Coast Guard Command led by Major General Bui Quoc Oai visited fishermen in Bach Long Vi island district, Hai Phong city from September 15 to 16 under a programme entitled ‘Coast guards as companions of fishermen’.
Programme upholds ties between Vietnamese coast guards and fishermen hinh anh 1Major General Bui Quoc Oai talks to armed forces stationed on Bach Long Vi island (Photo: VNA)
Programme upholds ties between Vietnamese coast guards and fishermen hinh anh 2Major General Bui Quoc Oai visits and presents gifts to a local resident named Dong Thi Lan, who is a relative of a martyr on Bach Long Vi island (Photo: VNA)
Programme upholds ties between Vietnamese coast guards and fishermen hinh anh 3The delegation of Coast Guard Command led by Major General Bui Quoc Oai pays working visit to officers and soldiers at Radar Station No.27 (Photo: VNA)
Programme upholds ties between Vietnamese coast guards and fishermen hinh anh 4The delegation of Coast Guard Command led by Major General Bui Quoc Oai pays working visit to officers and soldiers at Radar Station No.27 (Photo: VNA)
Programme upholds ties between Vietnamese coast guards and fishermen hinh anh 5The delegation of Coast Guard Command visits officers and soldiers undertaking island defending mission (Photo: VNA)
Programme upholds ties between Vietnamese coast guards and fishermen hinh anh 6The delegation of Coast Guard Command visits Coast Guard Station 1 (Photo: VNA)
Programme upholds ties between Vietnamese coast guards and fishermen hinh anh 7Major General Bui Quoc Oai presents national flag to fishermen on Bach Long Vi island (Photo: VNA)
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