This morning, October 22, 2021 (September 17, Tan Suu), a delegation of the Government of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam led by Mr. Pham Binh Minh, Member of the Politburo, Standing Deputy Prime Minister of the Government, paid tribute to Germany’s funeral. Dharma Master of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha – Most Venerable Thich Pho Tue at Vien Minh Communal House (Quang Lang commune, Phu Xuyen district, Hanoi).
Sincerely welcome the delegation with HT. Thich Thien Nhon – Chairman of the Vietnamese Buddhist Sangha, Head of the Funeral Organizing Committee; Venerable Thich Thanh Nhieu – Standing Vice Chairman of the Buddhist Council, Standing Vice Chairman of the Funeral Organizing Committee and the leaders of the Central Church and the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha in Ho Chi Minh City. Hanoi.
At the pagoda, Standing Deputy Prime Minister Pham Binh Minh and the delegation offered incense and laid wreaths to pay respects. The delegation spent a minute of remembrance to remember the profound merits of the Most Venerable Dharma Master of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha for his contribution to Buddhism and the Vietnamese nation. Next, the delegation had a meeting with Kim Quan, bid farewell to the late Great Venerable Master in regret, recorded a memorial book and offered condolences to the Vietnamese Buddhist Sangha.
Most Venerable Most Venerable Thich Pho Tue – His Holiness the Dharma Chairman of the Vietnam Buddhist Church Certification Council; Former Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors; Former Head of the Executive Board of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha in Ha Tay province (now Hanoi City); Member of the Central Committee of the Vietnam Fatherland Front; The abbot of Vien Minh Communal House (Rang pagoda), Quang Lang commune, Phu Xuyen district, Hanoi city.
Due to the old age, the patriarch, the Most Venerable The Venerable Master passed away at 03:22, October 21, 2021 (on September 16, Tan Ox year), at Vien Minh Communal House (Rang temple), Quang commune. Lang, Phu Xuyen District, Hanoi City. The world: 105 years – Lower Greece: 85 years.