|At the exhibition. Photo: Dai Doan Ket (Great Unity) Newspaper.|
The event was jointly held by the Ministry of Information and Communications and the Quang Nam Department of Information and Communications with the participation of more than 1,000 students and teachers from Tran Cao Van High School.
Upon addressing the exhibition, Deputy Director of the Quang Nam Department of Information and Communications Vo Van Tho noted that the historical and legal evidence of Vietnam's sovereignty over the islands will serve to boost the people’s love for their homeland and raise their awareness and responsibility about the cause of national construction and defense.
It is hoped that through the occasion, both teachers and students will be introduced to historical documents, and legal evidence on the country’s sovereignty over the islands and seas, in addition to showcasing an array of Vietnam's beautiful images and its citizens through the latest 3-D virtual reality technologies.
The exhibition displayed a number of documents and maps asserting Vietnam’s sovereignty over the Hoang Sa and Truong Sa archipelagos.