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Vietnam People's Army: The foundation and development

08:04 | 19/03/2020

Vietnam People's Army (VPA), the core of the Vietnam people’s armed forces, is an army from the people and for the people, ready to sacrifice their own lives for “the independence and freedom of the Homeland, for socialism and for the happiness of the people.”

The development of Vietnam Militia and Self-Defence Force

The development of Vietnam Militia and Self-Defence Force

15:31 | 17/03/2020

The Militia and Self-Defence Force of Vietnam is built in the direction of "solidity and extensiveness", with high overall quality, first and foremost the political one, and organized into active mobile force and widespread force with appropriate quantity, proportion, and rational organizational structure.

The organization of Vietnam Militia and Self-Defence Force

The organization of Vietnam Militia and Self-Defence Force

15:28 | 17/03/2020

Vietnam Militia units are organized in communes, precincts or district towns, while the self-defence units are organized in political, socio-political bodies, State offices, civil services and economic organizations. 

The establishment, combat and development of Vietnam Militia and Self-Defence Force

15:27 | 17/03/2020

The First National Congress of the CPV issued "the Resolution on Self-Defence Teams" on March 28, 1935 which is regarded as the foundation date of Vietnam's Militia and Self-Defence Force. The development history of the Militia and Self-Defence Force has been closely linked to the cause of national independence, and the Homeland's construction and protection.

An overview of Vietnam Militia and Self-Defence Force

An overview of Vietnam Militia and Self-Defence Force

15:21 | 17/03/2020

Vietnam Militia and Self-Defence Force is the armed force of the masses that is not separated from production activities and work, placed under the leadership of the CPV, the management of the Government and people's committees at various levels, the unified guidance and command of the Minister of National Defence, and the direct guidance and command of local military headquarters. 

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