Overseas Vietnamese in Germany presents canoe to naval forces

Representatives of the program "Raising funds for the homeland’s sea and islands" in Germany presented Canoe CQ-01 worth EUR110,000 collected from overseas Vietnamese in Germany to the High Command of Navy in Hai Phong city on May 20th.

Representatives of the program "Raising funds for the homeland’s sea and islands" in Germany presented Canoe CQ-01 worth EUR110,000 collected from overseas Vietnamese in Germany to the High Command of Navy in Hai Phong city on May 20th.

On behalf of the State Commission for Overseas Vietnamese (SCOV), Mr. Le Quoc Thinh appreciated kind-heart of overseas Vietnamese in Germany, who have organized many activities towards the homeland, of which canoe Truong Sa CQ-01 was the most obvious proof of patriotism, that needs to be disseminated.

Overseas Vietnamese in Germany presents canoe to naval forces

Hand-over ceremony. (Photo: qdnd.vn)

On this occasion, he also thanked the High Command of Navy for active cooperation with the commission in organizing an overseas Vietnamese delegation to visit Truong Sa island over the past years, helping them under more about the sea and islands of the homeland.

Mr. Vo Van Long, General Director of Thang Long Company in Germany, Deputy Head of the organizing board of “Raising funds for the homeland’s sea and islands” said that Vietnamese people in general and overseas Vietnamese in particular all desire to contribute a portion to the sacred Fatherland.

According to Rear Admiral and Political Commissar of the Naval Service Dinh Gia The contribution of the overseas Vietnamese community in Germany was tremendously encouraging for the people and soldiers on Truong Sa island who firmly protect the sovereignty of the sea, islands and continental shelf of the nation.

It is known that canoe Truong Sa CQ-01 will be presented to Song Tu Tay island./.

VNF/CPV

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