Presenting Tet gifts to Vietnamese expats with difficult circumstances in Cambodia
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The total value of 100 gift packs including cash and necessities was US$2000, VOV reported.
At the hand-over ceremony, the President of the Khmer - Vietnam Association Chau Van Chi said that in recent times, due to the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and natural disasters, Vietnamese-origin households in Phnom Penh have encountered many difficulties. These Tet gifts hope to bring them a warm and happy Tet holiday.
Concerning the matter of many Vietnamese expats wanting to return home for Tet, Chi urged people to welcome Tet in Cambodia and refrain from gathering as the Covid-19 situation is still developing complicatedly.
Deputy General Director of Sacombank Cambodia Phan Hoang Anh said that despite the small presents, they hold the great sentiment. The gifts also demonstrate Sacombank's commitment in contributing to ensuring social well-being and developing economic development in the locality.
As a tradition every Tet holiday, the Vietnamese Embassy in Cambodia and Vietnamese enterprises in Cambodia visit and present gifts to overseas Vietnamese, encouraging them to surmount hardships, stabilizing life in the host country, preserving and nurturing cultural traditions and solidarity between Vietnam and Cambodia.
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