Vietnamese woman donates haul of face masks to German people

VOV.VN -Do Thi Kim Lien, Chairwoman of Green Vietnam Fund, has presented a large supply of 300,000 face masks to German people in an effort to help them effectively respond to the impact of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

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Do Thi Kim Lien, Chairwoman of Green Vietnam Fund, addresses the ceremony
Upon addressing the hand-over ceremony on July 1, Lien stated that she and her husband had been in Germany to cerebrate lunar New Year Festival  locally known as Tet alongside their children, but were left stranded in the Central European country due to the COVID-19.

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At the event

The Vietnamese businesswoman expressed how she wanted to display signs of the friendship between the people of both countries through practical action.

Marko Walde, Chief Representative of the German Chambers of Commerce Abroad, expressed his happiness upon receiving the gift from the Vietnamese businesswoman. He added that Lien’s actions show great solidarity between the two nations, with members of her family living and working in both Vietnam or in Germany.

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 Lien presents a large supply of 300,000 face masks to German people 

In her role as Chairwoman of Green Vietnam Fund, Do Thi Kim Lien has spent several years participating in social and charitable activities, therefore playing an active role in community development.

She has also built many schools for students throughout the Northwestern regions, participated in building rural bridges in the Central Highlands and Mekong Delta, whilst she has also invested capital and shared plenty of business experience with many start-up companies. 

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Most notably, when the COVID-19 pandemic first broke out in the nation, she responded to the Government's call by contributing a sum of VND2 billion to help fight the pandemic.

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