Vietnam’s image promoted in Argentina

Students of the Technical Education School in Tigre district of Argentina’s Buenos Aires province had a chance to understand more about the land and people of Vietnam through a recent talk.

The talk, jointly held by the Vietnamese Embassy in Argentina and the Argentina-Vietnam Cultural Institute (ICAV) on October 21, began with screening films capturing Vietnamese history, land and people, the wars and consequences of Agent Orange (AO)/dioxin suffered by the country, its traditional culture and socio-economic achievements.

ICAV President Poldi Sosa expressed her admiration for Vietnam during its past struggle for national independence and reunification, as well as the present cause of national construction, regional and international integration. 

She highlighted the country’s culture and tourism as well as differences in custom between Vietnam and Argentina.

A representative of the Vietnamese Embassy in Argentina recalled Vietnam’s struggle for national independence and point to impacts of AO/dioxin on Vietnamese families as well as introduced the country’s future development trends.

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