The exhibition, titled President Ho Chi Minh’s legacy, took place last week as part of a series of event to celebrate the 74th National Day and the 50th year of the late president’s testament.
|At the event|
The two-day event featured 30 file photos provided by Ho Chi Minh Museum telling stories of the late president’s three-decade fight for his homeland’s independence and friendship between him and his foreign friends on that journey.
It was expected to help international friends and Bangladeshi people know more about the Vietnamese leader’s great life and career.
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