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Hiep Hoa district is a midland district with a small cultivatable area of land. The district has 54,928 households with over 240,000 people, including 964 Catholic households, with 4,904 followers (accounting for 2.04% of the district’s population).
On June 23, Son Tay town Committee for Solidarity of Vietnamese Catholics organized a conference to honor “Good People, Good Deeds” in Catholic communities for 2010-2015 period.
The Political-Military Academy under Đăk Nông provincial Military Command began a conference on June 23 for disseminating knowledge of security and defense for about 80 religious dignitaries and deacons in the locality.
Vinh Phuc provincial Committee for Religious Affairs on June 19 held a conference for dissemination of religion-related laws to 300 deacons from organizations in the locality.
Chairman of the Vietnam Fatherland Front (VFF) Central Committee, Member of the Politburo Nguyễn Thiện Nhân paid a visit to Ho Chi Minh city Archdiocese on June 21.
On occasion of the 90th anniversary of Vietnam’s Revolutionary Press Day, Vice Chairman of the Government Committee for Religious Affairs Dương Ngọc Tấn on June 19 led a delegation to visit and celebrate the event with the Information and Communication Committee of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha and Vietnamese Catholics Newspaper.
On June 12, the Dong Nai provincial Committee for Religious Affairs in collaboration with Dinh Quan and Tan Phu districts People’s Committee held a exchange meeting with Hoa Hao Buddhist deacons in the localities.
On June 15, Ho Chi Minh city’s Vietnam Fatherland Front (VFF) organized a conference to honor outstanding models in the “Good People, Good Deeds” campaign for 2010-2015 period.
On June 4, Vice Chairman of Hai Phong city People’s Committee chaired a conference to honor outstanding religious dignitaries for their contributions to the social charity in 2014 and 2015.
Duc Trong district is located in the center of Lam Dong province (30 km away from Da Lat city) and covers an area of over 90 ha. The total population is about 180,330 people from 27 ethnic groups, accounting for 14% of the provincial population. There are 04 major religions in the district including Buddhism, Caodaism, Protestantism and Catholicism.
On May 29, Deputy Secretary of Lam Dong provincial Party Committee Hoàng Sĩ Sơn led a delegation to visit and congratulate the provincial Vietnam Buddhist Sangha Executive Committee on occasion of the Buddha’s Birthday festival 2015 (B.E.2559).
On occasion of the Buddha’s Birthday celebration 2015 (B.E.2559), Party Secretary of Hanoi city Phạm Quang Nghị led a delegation to visit the Central Vietnam Buddhist Sangha (VBS) on May 27.
Luc Ngan district People’s Committee in colloboration with Bac Giang provincial Home Affairs Department held a conference for dissemination of state laws and policies on belief and religion to religious followers in the locality on May 29.
Vice Chairwoman of the Northwest Steering Committee Hoàng Thị Hạnh led a delegation to meet with Cao Bang provincial People’s Committee on May 26 for reviewing ten-year implementation of Directive 01/2005/CT-TTg on some tasks regarding Protestantism.
A delegation from Quang Binh provincial Religious Affairs Committee and Vietnam Fatherland Front Committee paid a Vesak visit to the provincial Vietnam Buddhist Sangha Executive Committee on the occasion of the Buddha’s Birthday celebration 2015 - B.E.2559.