Organization Aims to Strengthen Connections with Overseas Vietnamese
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|The Association for Liaison with Overseas Vietnamese had a meeting and exchange with the State Committee on Overseas Vietnamese Affair.|
Ambassador Nguyen Phu Binh, president of the Association for Liaison with Overseas Vietnamese (ALOV), on behalf of the Association, congratulated Pham Quang Hieu, who has been assigned the responsibility of the Party and State in his new position as Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, President of the State Committee on Overseas Vietnamese Affair.
At the meeting, President Nguyen Phu Binh introduced the establishment of ALOV and its activities in recent years. Accordingly, the Association operates on a voluntary basis, implementing many consulting and supporting activities for overseas Vietnamese in many fields such as relatives and investment. Up to now, the Association has 28 provincial/city associations that are members of the Association, typically the Haiphong Association for Liaison with Overseas Vietnamese. In addition, the Association organizes many monitoring seminars on overseas Vietnamese work, contributing to and developing state policies.
The Ambassador said that although the Covid-19 pandemic has had a great impact, the Association has always continued to make efforts to have activities to connect people abroad with their homeland and country.
In 2020, the Association organized a delegation of doctors to visit, give medicine, share and support people in some central provinces affected by floods. The association cooperates with a number of domestic businesses to share with overseas Vietnamese in the prevention of the Covid-19 pandemic by giving people in some countries such as Laos, Cambodia, Thailand medical masks; printing Vietnamese language teaching books for overseas Vietnamese in some countries.
Ambassador Nguyen Phu Binh also informed about some of the Association's activities in the future and wished to continue to receive the support and coordination of the State Committee on Overseas Vietnamese Affair. Accordingly, the Association will coordinate with the Committee to establish the Young Knowledge Club, the Young Entrepreneur Club; or annual activities honoring businesses and individuals bringing Vietnamese goods abroad.
|The Association for Liaison with Overseas Vietnamese (ALOV) congratulates Deputy Minister Pham Quang Hieu on being assigned the responsibility of President of the State Committee on Overseas Vietnamese Affair.|
Deputy Minister Pham Quang Hieu highly appreciated the Association's activities in mobilizing overseas Vietnamese to support their homeland to overcome the consequences of natural disasters and floods, to prevent and control the Covid-19 pandemic, the teaching of Vietnamese to overseas Vietnamese, and other volunteering activities of the Association in recent years.
At the same time, the Deputy Minister thanked the Association for working closely with the Committee during the past time, jointly implementing many meaningful activities for overseas Vietnamese. At the meeting, the Deputy Minister also informed the Association some outstanding work of the Committee in the first 6 months of 2021 and some activities of the Committee in the coming time to continue to connect people with their homeland.
The Deputy Minister affirmed that the Committee always supports and creates favorable conditions to help the Association perform its functions and tasks, and implement the Association's activities for overseas Vietnamese. At the same time, the Committee also wishes to continue to receive the support and close coordination of the Association in all activities of the Committee in the coming time so that the work on overseas Vietnamese goes deeper and more effectively.
At the meeting, Deputy Minister Pham Quang Hieu also listened to constructive comments and sharing of some members of the Association's Board of Directors on overseas Vietnamese work as the pandemic complicates global issues.
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