Photo exhibition sheds light on the life and career of former Prime Minister Vo Van Kiet | Culture – Sports

Photo exhibition attracts many visitors (Photo: VNA)

City of HCM (VNA) – A photo exhibition retracing the life and career of the late Prime Minister Vo Van Kiet opened in Ho Chi Minh City on November 21, on the occasion of its centenary (November 23, 1922-2022).

The event is held at two locations in the city’s downtown area: Nguyen Hue Street and Pasteur – Ly Tu Trong Junction in front of the Ho Chi Minh CityMuseum.

On Nguyen Hue Street, the exhibition gives visitors an insight into the late leader’s revolutionary background and career, particularly when he was chairman of the People’s Committee and secretary of the Ho Chi Minh City Party Committee.

In front of the Ho Chi Minh City museum, photos present his fingerprints on great works of the country.

The exhibition will remain open to visitors until November 30.

Born on November 23, 1922 in Vung Liem district, Vinh Long province in the Mekong Delta, Vo Van Kiet began participating in revolutionary activities at the age of 16. During his life, he held many important positions in both the Party and government. He died on June 11, 2008./.


James C. Tibbs