Canadian-funded road inaugurated in Cam Ranh city
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|Robert Bissett, Counselor for Political, Cultural and Information Affairs at the embassy, said the flood-proof road is 45m long and 3.5m wide. It was upgraded with CAD 10,000 granted by the Royal Canadian Navy’s multi-role patrol frigate HMCS Regina. Source: VNA|
|The financial assistance was presented when the vessel visited the province in 2019.|
|In Photo: Commanders and sailors of the Royal Canadian Navy’s multi-role patrol frigate HMCS Regina and supply ship MV Asterix visited a child care facility in Cam Ranh city.|
|Canadian Defence Attaché in Vietnam Lieutenant-Colonel Loic Roy said charitable activities like the one by HMCS Regina have demonstrated the solidarity and friendship between Canada and Vietnam. The two nations have been cooperating fruitfully in the field of national defence, he added.|
|At the inauguration ceremony, the Australia Embassy also handed over CAD 5,000 to another charitable house in Cam Lam district's Cam Duc town to help disadvantaged people living there.|
|The Royal Canadian Navy’s multi-role patrol frigate HMCS Regina and supply ship MV Asterix arrived at Cam Ranh port in the central province of Khanh Hoa in June 10, 2019, beginning a four-day visit to Vietnam.|
The Royal Canadian Navy’s multi-role patrol frigate HMCS Regina is 134 m long and has a maximum speed of 29 nautical miles per hour. It is joining the Royal Canadian Navy’s exchange programme with its partners in Asia-Pacific. The frigate’s visit to Khanh Hoa aimed at expanding and strengthening Vietnam – Canada defence ties.
Meanwhile, supply ship MV Asterix, which was converted from a commercial container ship, is 198 metres in length with a maximum speed of 20 nautical miles per hour. It is capable of carrying about 10 million litres of oil fuel.
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