Key facilities to be inaugurated to mark Reunification Day - Key facilities to be inaugurated to mark Reunification Day - Website Ho Chi Minh City
A number of key facilities in Ho Chi Minh City will be commenced or completed before April 30 in celebration of the 40th Southern Vietnam Liberation and National Reunification Day.
Works to be finished by the date include a monument of the late President Ho Chi Minh and a stele house in remembrance of the Alliance of National, Democratic and Peaceful Forces of Vietnam.
Final touches are also being put on a memorial commemorating members of the Saigon Special Task Force that took part in the General Offensive and Uprising of the Spring of 1968.
Meanwhile, the construction of a monument themed “ASEAN: Peace-Cooperation-Development” will begin in the run up to April 30.
Other projects like the upgrade of Luong Dinh Cua Street and the building of an establishment of the city’s Oncology Hospital in District 9 will also begin during this time.
Municipal officials recently inspected construction sites and stressed the importance of timely progress on the facilities.