New Zealander Secretary General of Defense visits the Vietnam Military History Museum


27-07-2018
On July 27th morning, on a business trip to Vietnam, New Zealander Secretary General of Defense Mrs. Helene Quilter and her delegation paid a visit the Vietnam Military History Museum. Lieutenant Colonel Mai Thi Ngoc – the vice director of VMHM welcomed and guided the delegation to the museum.



After being heard an overview about Vietnam military history, the mission visited the exhibition system of the museum. Through out pictures and artifacts which were displayed, the members of the delegation deeply comprehended about huge successes of the Vietnam People’s Army in the struggle for national independence.


New Zealand’s Secretary General of Defense Helene Quilter with her delegation visited the Vietnam Military History Museum.

Mrs. Helene Quilter, New Zealand’s Secretary General of Defense with her delegation were impressive and affective when they paid a visit the exhibition system of the museum. Concurrently, she showed her admiration with indomitable will and brave of the Vietnamese people not only in the struggle but also in building and protecting country in this day and age.


The delegation took a photo with the leaders of the Vietnam Militaty History Museum before finishing their visit.

On behalf of the leaders, officers and soldiers of VMHM, Lieutenant Colonel Mai Thi Ngoc said for thank you, sent the besh wishes to Mrs. Helene Quilter  with her delegation and wished that they would have the best time in their business in Vietnam.

 


Source: Translated by Chi Thanh
27-07-2018
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