Laos provides financial relief for typhoon-hit people in Vietnam

The Embassy of Vietnam to Laos on January 30 received more than 166 million LAK, or about USD 20,000, in financial aid from Lao people in support of victims of typhoon Damrey in Vietnam.

The Embassy of Vietnam to Laos on January 30 received more than 166 million LAK, or about USD 20,000, in financial aid from Lao people in support of victims of typhoon Damrey in Vietnam.

Laos provides financial relief for typhoon-hit people in Vietnam

At the ceremony (source: VNA)

Speaking at the hand-over ceremony in Vientiane, Lao Minister of Labor and Social Welfare Khampheng Saysompheng said after typhoon Damrey caused severe losses in Vietnam, the government of Laos called on inpiduals and organizations to raise funds for affected Vietnamese people to help them normalize their lives.

Donations for the victims have continued to be collected in Laos, he added.

Receiving the aid on the behalf of the government and people of Vietnam, Ambassador Nguyen Ba Hung thanked Laos for its support, saying the deed has demonstrated the brotherhood between Vietnam and Laos.

The money will be shortly given to people in need, he affirmed.

In early November, the south central coastal region was hit by storm Damrey, one of the worst storms to strike the region in years.

The typhoon and subsequent floods left 123 dead and missing and caused about USD 1 billion in economic loss for the region./.

( VNF/VNA )

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