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Construction of new houses for three Vietnamese families suffering from fire in Phnom Penh


On the morning of January 20 at kilometer 9, Svay Park Hamlet, Russey Keo District, Phnom Penh, the Vietnamese Ambassador to Cambodia Vu Quang Minh, the leader of the Khmer-Vietnam Association in Cambodia and representatives of the local authorities participated attended the handover ceremony of three new houses to three Vietnamese families who had a house fire on the night of November 8, 2019.

With the help of local authorities and the financial support of VND 150 million from benefactors, the affected households were very happy to receive a new house key and some Tet gifts right before the Chinese New Year. Canh Ty 2020.

Mr. Sim Chy, Chairman of Khmer-Vietnam Association, gave a speech at the handover ceremony. Photo: Nguyen Vu Hung

Chairman of the Khmer-Vietnam Association Sim Chy spoke about the difficulties of Vietnamese-born people suffering from fires and sought ways to mobilize funding to help people settle down soon. Mr. Sym Chi also petitioned the local authorities and ward police to re-issue documents to the locals because the fire destroyed all the household’s belongings and documents.

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Vietnamese Ambassador to Cambodia Vu Quang Minh thanked the local authorities for supporting the people in the fire. Photo: Nguyen Vu Hung

Pleased to hand over the keys to the people in time to welcome the traditional New Year, Ambassador Vu Quang Minh thanked the generosity for their support in rebuilding the house for the people, praising the spirit of the good leaves and the torn leaves. individuals and businesses, encourage families to overcome difficulties, soon settle down and contribute to the local development.

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The representative of the local government thanked the Vietnamese Embassy and the Khmer-Vietnam Association for coordinating with the local people in supporting the local people to overcome difficulties. Photo: Nguyen Vu Hung

On behalf of his family, 27-year-old Rit Bun Tha, whose father is Khmer, his mother is Vietnamese, thanks to the Embassy, ​​Vietnam Khmer Association in Cambodia and benefactors for helping the family rebuild the house. , especially on the occasion of the Chinese New Year in 2020

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Vietnamese Ambassador to Cambodia Vu Quang Minh handed over the house to people of Vietnamese descent. Photo: Nguyen Vu Hung

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