Hoang Sa, Truong Sa Club in Poland Looks Towards Homeland
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|Cao Hong Vinh, President of the Hoang Sa, Truong Sa club reviewed the club's activities in the past 2 years.|
Poland's proud Vietnamese community gathered for a celebratory meeting. Attending the meeting were representatives of the Vietnamese Embassy in Poland, the Vietnamese Association in Poland, and the Vietnam Veterans Club in Poland.
At the meeting, President of the Hoang Sa, Truong Sa club Cao Hong Vinh reviewed the club's activities in the past 2 years, such as connecting Truong Sa soldiers in Poland, Vietnam and throughout Europe; participating in the program Truong Sa Calendar, Journey of the Heart, chaired by Vice President of the Foreign Ministry's State Committee for Overseas Vietnamese Luong Thanh Nghi.
The club has always accompanied the Vietnamese Association in Poland, responding to the Association's call to contribute to the fund to buy Covid-19 test kits to send to the Polish government in 2020 and the Vietnam's Covid-19 vaccine fund in 2021.
|Members of the Hoang Sa, Truong Sa club in Poland together sing songs about the sea and islands of their homeland.|
Some club members have made active contributions to activities to support the community against Covid-19.
In the past two years, due to the impact of the pandemic, many programs and plans of the club have not been implemented. The Hoang Sa, Truong Sa club in Poland wishes to contribute and participate in many meaningful programs towards the homeland's sea and islands in the near future.
Attendees of the meeting shared, reviewed the memories of their trip with unforgettable emotions and sang songs about the sea and islands of their homeland. Truong Sa and Hoang Sa, the homeland's sea and islands, are forever in the minds of Truong Sa and Hoang Sa soldiers and Vietnamese relatives in Poland.
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