PM’s gifts granted to needy Vietnamese, Cambodian families

Vietnamese Ambassador to Cambodia Vu Quang Minh, as entrusted by Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc, presented gifts to Vietnamese and Cambodian families in Cambodia. (Source: VNA) PhnomPenh (VNA) – Vietnamese Ambassador to Cambodia Vu Quang Minh, asentrusted by Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc, presented more than 700 gifts toVietnamese and Cambodian families in difficult circumstances in Kampong Chhnangand Kampong Thom provinces, Cambodia, on February 4, ahead of the Lunar NewYear (Tet) festival. Speakingat the event, Ambassador Minh conveyed PM Phuc’s greetings to the Vietnamesecommunity in the two provinces. ThePM hopes that the Vietnamese in Cambodia will continue to stabilise their life,help each other overcome difficulties, abide by local law, and integrate intothe host society, the diplomat said. Arepresentative of the local authority highly valued the attention and care theCommunist Party of Vietnam, State and people of Vietnam have given to the needyVietnamese and Cambodian people, saying it demonstrated solidarity andclose-knit relations between the two nations. Onthis occasion, Ambassador Minh visited a number of Vietnamese families in KampongChhnang province. He also had a working session with the local authority duringwhich he asked them to create conditions for the Vietnamese in the locality tolead a stable life, contributing to local economic development. Locatednext to Tonle Sap Lake of Cambodia, Kampong Chhnang and Kompong Thom are hometo many Vietnamese, who are mainly fishermen, retailers and manual labourers. -VNA


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