The Embassy of Vietnam in Algeria hosted a get-together in Algiers for Vietnamese people who are residing, working and studying in the country to celebrate the Lunar New Year, on February 7.



Overseas Vietnamese in Algeria pose for a photo at the get-together.

The event was attended by staff members of the embassy and Vietnamese agencies in the country, along with representatives from Algerian agencies and the embassies of ASEAN members, China, Cuba, Japan, the Republic of Korea and India, among others.

Vietnamese Ambassador to Algeria Pham Quoc Tru briefed the participants on Vietnam’s outstanding achievements in all fields in 2017. He highlighted the progress in Vietnam-Algeria relations and the embassy’s activities last year, especially the activities related to the Vietnamese community in Algeria.

The diplomat affirmed that the State always considers overseas Vietnamese as an inseparable part of the Vietnamese nation and highly evaluates their contributions to the home country.

The Vietnamese government has created favourable conditions for overseas Vietnamese to return and do business in Vietnam, he added.

On the occasion, a liaison board for the overseas Vietnamese in Algeria was set up, which is expected to serve as a bridge to connect the Vietnamese community in Algeria and strengthen their solidarity.

 

                           Source: NDO

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