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The reunion on Truong Sa

 For four years, the Vietnamese People’s Navy has organized several trips for relatives from the mainland to visit soldiers who are doing their duty on Truong Sa Archipelago.

For four years, the Vietnamese People’s Navy has organized several trips for relatives from the mainland to visit soldiers who are doing their duty on Truong Sa Archipelago.

Previously, it was rather difficult to travel to Truong Sa, but it is now more convenient and people do not feel that it is a long and hard trip.

Every year there are dozens of trips from the mainland to the archipelago that bring happiness for both the soldiers and their relatives.

The ship No.HQ571 recently took us and 141 relatives of soldiers to Truong Sa and we had a chance to record the emotional images of the reunion between the soldiers and their relatives, full of joy, smiles and tears.

The exchange between soldiers and their relatives on Truong Sa.



Ship HQ 571 is ready to arrive in Truong Sa Lon.





 The soldiers’ relatives are ready for the trip to Truong Sa.





 The soldiers’ relatives bring gifts to soldiers on Truong Sa.





 Ship HQ 571 arrives in Truong Sa Lon.





 The soldiers’ relatives visit the Commemorative House of President Ho Chi Minh on the island.





The soldiers’ relatives visit the Monument on Truong Sa.





The reunion on Truong Sa.






 The exchange between soldiers and their relatives on Truong Sa.





 At the sovereignty landmark on Truong Sa.





The relatives on ship No.HQ571 burn incenses to commemorate those who laid down their lives to protect national sovereignty.






The soldiers and their relatives on Truong Sa.






 Enjoying fruit from the mainland.






After crossing nearly 400 miles, Ship HQ 571 takes the soldiers’ relatives to Truong Sa Archipelago.


Source: VNP


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