Beaches in Vietnam is unquestionably becoming dirtier day by day by the irresponsibility of many tourists and citizen nearby. In order to make the beach a better place, about 5,000 soldiers form the 4th Regional Command under the Vietnam People’s Navy has gathered together to clean up the beach is Cam Ranh Peninsula, located in the south-central province of Khanh Hoa on March 31, 2019.

Young soldiers from the 4th Regional Command under the Vietnam People’s Navy participated in a cleaning activity along the Cam Ranh Peninsula and Truong Sa (Spratly) archipelago, about 248 nautical miles east of Cam Ranh. Their main responsibility is to pick up the trash such as plastics bottle, waste packaging and so on.

The 4th Regional Command oversees the south-central coast from Phu Yen to Binh Thuan Provinces as well as Truong Sa and Phu Quy Island.

The Vietnam People’s Navy is separated into 5 regional commands in charge of five different coastal areas across the country.

Let take a look at some of the picture to see how enthusiastic the Navy soldiers are working under the scorching hot sunlight to pick up all the garbage at the seashore.

In the end of the day, they have collected more than 10 metric tons of trash.

Colonel Nguyen Huu Minh, an official of the 4thRegional Command said that the effort was one of many meaningful activities carried out by young members of the Vietnam People’s Navy in March.

The garbage clearing is part of the beach cleanup campaign initiated by the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union, which is aimed at encouraging young people to protect the oceans and the environment in general. Which is very noteworthy since the popular trend nowadays is protecting the environment and oceanic lives from harmful pollutant.

(Source: Tuoi Tre News)