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Sacred national flag on Truong Sa archipelago

The fluttering sacred national flag is a motivation for soldiers stationed on remote islands to firmly safeguard the country’s sea and islands and territorial integrity.

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The national flag flutters on the mast of a motorboat carrying officers and soldiers of the Truong Sa 571 ship to Song Tu Tay Island. (Photo: VNA)
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Soldiers on Song Tu Tay Island welcomes officers and soldiers aboard Truong Sa 571 ship to visit the island. (Photo: VNA)
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An art exchange between soldiers on Thuyen Chai C Island and officers and soldiers from mainland. (Photo: VNA)
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The national flag is hung solemnly in front of the gate of the Truong Sa Pagoda in Truong Sa Town (Truong Sa District, Khanh Hoa Province). (Photo: VNA)
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The national flag flutters on the mast of Vietnamese fishing vessels anchored on Da Tay A Island (Truong Sa archipelago). (Photo: VNA)
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Two motorboats of the Truong Sa 571 ship carry officials and soldiers from the mainland to visit the island. (Photo: VNA)
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Fluttering national flags. (Photo: VNA)
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The motorboats of the Truong Sa 571 ship pass through the waters where Vietnamese fishing vessels are catching seafood near Da Tay A Island. (Photo: VNA)
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Truong Sa 571 ship anchors near Son Ca Island, Truong Sa archipelago (Truong Sa District, Khanh Hoa Province), bringing officers and soldiers from the mainland to visit the island. (Photo: VNA)
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The national flag on the roof of the DK1/8 platform – the Que Duong Economic – Scientific Technology Service Station. (Photo: VNA)
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Guards carry the flag ‘Song Tu Tay Island determined to win’  during a flag saluting ceremony on the island, April 28, 2021. (Photo: VNA)

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