Malaysian Government, businesses extend helping hands to Vietnam's flood victims
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|Malaysia stands in solidarity with Vietnam and contributed monetary assistance and other relief items in aid of the people affected by typhoons and floods which hit Central Vietnam since October 2020.|
|Malaysian Ambassador to Vietnam Sharifah Norhana Syed Mustaffa on December 17 handed over USD 25,000 from the Malaysian Government to Deputy Head of the Southeast Asia - South Asia - South Pacific Department under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Pham Hung Tam. Source: baoquocte.vn|
|Malaysia Business Chamber in Vietnam also rallied support from Malaysian businesses and individuals in Vietnam and successfully collected relief items (USD 22,000) while Gamuda Land Vietnam contributed monetary contribution (USD 5,000). In total, the joint effort for this exercise totalled up to USD 52,000.|
|The Malaysia Business Chamber in Vietnam on December 18 handed over money and items worth over VND 510 million to the Vietnam Fatherland Front Ho Chi Minh City chapter to support the people of Central Vietnam to overcome their current difficulties and rebuild their lives.|
|Successive storms and floods hit Vietnam’s central region since late September, resulting in more than 230 people listed as dead and missing, and estimated economic losses of about 17 trillion VND, according to a Government report to the National Assembly on November 2. Source: VNA|
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