Disabled Korean Veterans Organization Supports Agent Orange Victims in Quang Nam
|Overview of the meeting. Photo: Thanh An/quangnam.gov.vn|
At the meeting, Vice Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee Tran Anh Tuan discussed the situation of Agent Orange/dioxin victims in the province.
He thanked the Korea Disabled Veterans Organization (KDVO) for sponsoring Quang Nam province to invest in the construction project of Hoa Binh Quang Nam Village in 2008.
The organization also annually sends a team of doctors and nurses to conduct medical examination and treatment programs for people with disabilities in Hoa Binh Quang Nam Village (Tam Dan commune, Phu Ninh district) and local people in the vicinity.
The Vice Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee wishes that KDVO will continue to support facilities to raise disabled children and victims of Agent Orange/dioxin for Hoa Binh Village.
He wants KDVO to become a partner with the Association of Victims of Agent Orange/Dioxin in Quang Nam Province to better implement humanitarian activities.
Tran Anh Tuan committed to directing provincial agencies to coordinate, support and create favorable conditions to successfully implement KDVO's programs, projects and activities.
|Vice Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee Tran Anh Tuan presents a souvenir to Lee Su Deuk, general secretary of the Korea Disabled Veterans Organization. Photo: quangnam.gov.vn|
Lee Su Deuk shared about Korea Disabled Veterans Organization' activities to support orphans and Agent Orange/dioxin victims in Quang Nam province, as well as mobilizing funding sources to carry out humanitarian activities in Hoa Binh Village.
He also informed about the official visit and working plan of the Korean War Veterans Association's President in Quang Nam province, which is expected in December 2022.
|Representatives of the Provincial People's Committee, other departments and agencies took photos with the Korean delegation. Photo: quangnam.gov.vn|
On this occasion, the KDVO delegation also visited Hoa Binh Quang Nam Village to discuss humanitarian assistance activities at Hoa Binh Village after a long hiatus due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
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