Landmarks on Nam Yet, Song Tu Tay islands to be restored

Soldiers on Nam Yet island make beansprouts (File

The Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism in Khanh Hoa Province has announced a plan to restore all the landmarks that show Vietnam’s sovereignty over Nam Yet and Song Tu Tay islands in Truong Sa Archipelago.

The landmarks have existed since 1956.

The Department of Planning and Investment and the Department of Education and Training in Khanh Hoa Province have been asked to build a primary and a training school for all age levels in Truong Sa town, two classrooms in Sinh Ton and Song Tu Tay islands each and staff rooms for teachers on Truong Sa Archipelago.

By V.Ngoc – Translated by T. Huong

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