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Vietnamese in Thailand donate to support compatriots in difficult circumstances


The State Commission for Overseas Vietnamese (SCOV) received THB875,850 donated by overseas Vietnamese in Thailand to support Vietnamese in Cambodia in difficult circumstances, Vietnamese in Laos affected by the Xepian- Xe Nam Noy hydroelectric dam collapse, and flood victims in Vietnam’s northwestern provinces.

Delegates at the event (Photo:

Speaking at the ceremony, Deputy Minister Vu Hong Nam highly appreciated the patriotic tradition and spirit of mutual affection and love of overseas Vietnamese in Thailand. He stressed that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and SCOV always accompany overseas Vietnamese and desired that overseas Vietnamese in general, and overseas Vietnamese in Thailand in particular, will further develop and have various significant deeds toward the homeland.


Speaking at the event, Mr. Trinh Cao Son, Deputy Chairman of the General Association in Overseas Vietnam in Thailand and Chairman of the Overseas Vietnamese Association in Nakhonphanom province, said that overseas Vietnamese in Thailand are very active to donate and support people in difficult circumstances. After the ceremony, some associations still continue raising funds to support these victims.


At the ceremony, on behalf of the overseas Vietnamese in Cambodia, Ambassador Vu Quang Minh received THB291,950 to transfer to Vietnamese in Cambodia in difficult circumstances; THB291,950 will be transferred to flood victims in Vietnam’s northwestern provinces and the remaining will be sent to overseas Vietnamese affected by Xepian - Xe Nam Noy hydroelectric dam collapse in Laos' Bolaven plateau.



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