Vietnam donates US$85,000 to aid affected Vietnamese-Cambodians
Vietnamese Ambassador to Cambodia Vu Quang Minh handed over a cash donation worth US$85,000 to diplomatic missions and Khmer-Vietnam Association in Cambodia. (Photo: NDO)
NDO/VNA – The Embassy of Vietnam in Cambodia on July 19 handed over a cash donation worth US$85,000 to diplomatic missions and Khmer-Vietnam Association in Cambodia to aid Vietnamese-Cambodians affected by COVID-19.
The donation was sourced from Vietnam’s COVID-19 prevention and control fund, managed by the Vietnam Fatherland Front (VFF) Central Committee, under the approval of Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh.
It will be used to provide food, necessities, medical supplies and cash for vulnerable people, including workers suffering from income reduction, the unemployed and those from difficult backgrounds.
At the handover ceremony, Vietnamese Ambassador to Cambodia Vu Quang Minh and a representative of Vietnamese-Cambodian community expressed their gratitude towards the VFF, which has always shown great care and support for communities of Vietnamese origin.
On the same day, the Embassy of Vietnam in Cambodia also received a cash donation worth US$100,000 from the Cambodian Red Cross Society to their counterpart in Vietnam, together with US$50,000 donated by the Cambodia-Vietnam Friendship Association to help Vietnam fight the pandemic.
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