Many people are very happy to celebrate Tet Nguyen in Vietnamese, picture 1Korean President Moon Jae-in wished Tet in Vietnamese. (Screenshots)

On the occasion of the Lunar New Year in many Asian countries, leaders of many countries around the world sent their words congratulations New year Tan Suu 2021 to people. Notably, Korean President Moon Jae-in and French President Emmanuel Macron also sent greetings in Vietnamese, which many people feel excited.

On February 12 (the first day of New Year’s Eve), on Twitter and personal Facebook accounts, South Korean President Moon Jae-in sent Chinese New Year greetings in Korean, Vietnamese, and Vietnamese. Chinese and English, and expressed hope that the COVID-19 epidemic will soon be better.

The greeting reads: “I would like to send my greetings to the neighbors on the occasion of the New Year’s Eve, New Year’s Eve, 2021. Happy New Year to everyone in 2021. I hope we all will have a healthy and peaceful year. One day can take off the mask and meet again. “

From Europe, French President Emmanuel Macron also sent Tet greetings Tan Suu 2021 through a video and post on Twitter and Facebook on the evening of February 11 (ie on the 30th of Tet in Vietnam time).

In addition to French, President Macron also wrote his greetings with 3 versions in Vietnamese, Korean and Chinese with the same content: “I would like to sincerely send to everyone who is welcoming the New Year best wishes: strength healthy, successful and happy! “

On the morning of February 12, Mr. Macron also shared a video on Twitter to send New Year greetings to French people celebrating the Lunar New Year, in which he wished a New Year “filled with joy, happiness and hope. hope. “

Many Vietnamese Facebook users thanked President Macron’s Tet wishes. Notably, the French leader’s New Year greetings in Vietnamese received the most interaction among the 4 versions.

Cunningly many different types of water to celebrate Tet Nguyen in Vietnamese, picture 2French President Emmanuel Macron congratulates Tet in Vietnamese. (Screenshots)

Meanwhile, early in the morning of February 13 (ie, the second day of Tet in Vietnam), US President Joe Biden also posted on his Twitter account. Lunar New Year.

Mr. Biden wrote: “Congratulations New Year from the Biden family to you. We wish you happiness, health and prosperity in the year of the Ox. ”

In the attached 2-minute video, he appeared with First Lady Jill Biden and said congratulations on the Lunar New Year. The First Lady mentioned the image of the lantern hoping to light up the road ahead, as well as the meaning of the five Buffalo that will “remind us of perseverance and resilience”.

President Biden and his wife expressed the hope that all unite for a brighter and better new year.

Thanh Huong (VNA / Vietnam +)