Vietnam donates US$50,000 to help Myanmar in COVID-19 fight

VOV.VN - Vietnam provided Myanmar with a US$50,000 donation on April 10 to support the Asian country in their ongoing fight against the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

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At the handover ceremony

Given the two sides’ traditional ties and strategic partnership, and the spirit of mutual support and soliarity of ASEAN member states during challenging times, the Vietnamese Government has decided to do its part to help Myanmar in their anti-pandemic efforts and pull through this tough time, said Deputy Foreign Minister Nguyen Quoc Dung at the handover ceremony. 

As ASEAN Chair 2020 and a non-permanent member of the United Nations Security Council for the 2020- 2021 tenure, the country will continue to work closely alongside Myanmar and other regional partners in the battle against the global pandemic.

He suggested the government of Myanmar can continue to create favourable conditions for the Vietnamese community to stablise their lives and gain access to necessary medical facilities in the joint fight against the COVID-19.

In turn, Myanmar’s Ambassador to Vietnam Kyaw Soe Win extended an offering of profound gratitude to both the Vietnamese government and people for their valuable assistance in helping Myanmar overcome these challenging times.

Ambassador Win also hailed the relentless efforts of the Vietnamese government and people to work on controlling and preventing the spread of the COVID-19, in addition to the country's active support to nations throughout the world, adding that Myanmar is striving to work closely with their Vietnamese partners and other ASEAN member states to help stamp out the epidemic in the coming time.


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