The United Kingdom celebrates the 76th anniversary of Vietnam’s National Day

The United Kingdom celebrates the 76th anniversary of Vietnam's National Day

The Vietnamese Embassy in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland hosted a ceremony on Monday, September 20 to celebrate 76E Vietnam National Day (September 2).

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Celebration of 76E September 20 is the anniversary of Vietnam National Day in the UK.

Photo: VNA / CVN

The ceremony was graced by the presence of the Speaker of the House of Commons in the United Kingdom, Lindsay Hoyle, the British Minister without portfolio Amanda Milling, British Secretary of State Ben Wallace and British Communist Party General Secretary Robert. Griffiths and 500 other guests.

In his speech, Ambassador Nguyen Hong Long recalled the historic moment when President Ho Chi Minh declared independence from Vietnam on September 2, 1945, opening a new chapter in the country’s history.

He reviewed the significant achievements of the country after 35 years of operation AThe work of renewal. Vietnam is currently 4E ASEAN Economy and 37E One of the world’s most open economies, with the signing of 14 free trade agreements, including the next generation of trade agreements.

He also reviewed the development of the Vietnam-UK strategic partnership in recent years, recalling visits by officials from both countries to promote bilateral cooperation.

The Vietnamese Ambassador honored individuals and organizations in the UK who contributed and supported Vietnam in the fight against the Kovid-19 epidemic for $ 467,500 and 79,000.

To raise funds for the Kovid-19 defense and control work in Vietnam, the Vietnamese Embassy auctioned off three paintings by Vietnamese artists for a total of Rs 6,700.

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