In Hanoi on the evening of September 23, an exchange night “Fire from the Heart” was held, organized by Tien Phong newspaper to celebrate the liberation day of the capital on October 10 and the foundation day of the Vietnam People’s Army on December 22. ,
Participating were 100 delegates who were seriously injured soldiers (injury rate more than 81%), about 50 officers and doctors from 14 centers for nutrition and care of injured soldiers across the country.
During the Exchange Night, approximately 600 youth and students in Hanoi heard about the contributions of their youth predecessors, their willingness to fight and sacrifice.
Through the stories of veterans, war life, victories, defeats, sacrifices and injuries as well as the contributions of wounded soldiers in particular and the previous generation in general are recreated.
During the night of exchanges, the resilience to fight injuries and the strength of efforts to move forward in times of peace were illustrated even more clearly. With more than 81% disability, wounded soldiers still strive every day to overcome pain, face difficulties and challenges, live happy, healthy and productive lives, take care of their families and raise children. , continue to contribute to the society.
War Invalids Nguyen Truong Tam – War Invalid Nursing Center of Ha Nam Province expressed their feelings by meeting comrades and comrades who once stood together.
“Today I also want to remind the students that you have made sacrifices before, you should strive to become good people to build the country of Vietnam. I hope you will continue to study to become a useful person for the society. Will try” – said Mr. Tam.
Between exchange sessions there are art displays by professional artists and wounded soldiers. The artistic exchange exhibits are stories about the fierce, heroic fighting on the battlefield, the physical and mental suffering that continues to this day.
Being able to participate in the program, student Le Thao Dan (National University of Economics) shared, Being able to participate in the program and share about the war time to wounded soldiers, I feel sacrificed. . It is great that you sacrificed your youth to make us what we are today.