Standing Vice Chairwoman of the Vietnamese National Assembly Tong Thi Phong calls at the Vietnamese Embassy in Canberra and meets with representatives of the Vietnamese community in Australia (Photo: VNA) Canberra (VNA) – Standing Vice Chairwoman of the Vietnamese National Assembly Tong Thi Phong called at the Vietnamese Embassy in Canberra and met with representatives of the Vietnamese community in Australia on January 12. The legislative leader is in Australia to attend the annual 28th meeting of the Asia-Pacific Parliamentary Forum ( APPF 28 ) from January 13-16. Vietnamese Ambassador to Australia Ngo Huong Nam reported to the NA Vice Chairwoman that the Vietnamese community in Australia now numbers more than 300,000, who have been working actively to connect the two countries. Representatives of the community said they are proud of the strong development of the home country in all aspects, and the enhanced position of Vietnam in the international arena. They affirmed their wish to continue contributing to Vietnam-Australia relations and preserving the traditional cultural characteristics for their children and grandchildren. NA Vice Chairwoman Tong Thi Phong briefed the Vietnamese community on the achievements that Vietnam has made in 2019. She highlighted that the latest session of the NA… Read full this story
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