Vietnam, once again in solidarity, with one hundred tons of rice (+ Video) ›World› Granma

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A donation of one hundred tons of rice for the Cuban people was officially delivered this week by Nguyen Quang Hung, vice president of the Vietnamese company ViMariel SA, located within the Mariel Special Development Zone, on behalf of his Government.

During the ceremony held at the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Foreign Investment, Quang Hung highlighted the ties that unite both peoples and evoked the aid provided by Cuba to his country in the context of the war against the United States, as well as the delivery of the Dong Hoi Hospital and sending professionals from the Caribbean nation to study and help in fields such as construction and Medicine.

The Cuban News Agency also highlighted the words of the Vietnamese businessman when announcing several collaboration projects, such as the one named Sanvig, of the Viglacera corporation, with two ceramic and sanitary furniture factories in the municipalities of San José and Santa Cruz del Norte, in the province of Mayabeque.

“We are facing the same difficulties and challenges as any other company in the world, and in Cuba especially,” said Quang Hung, referring to the tightening of the United States’ blockade against the Caribbean nation almost six decades ago, and the impact of COVID-19.

For his part, Grisel Ávila Díaz, Vice Minister of Domestic Trade, thanked the donation that will have a direct impact on the Cuban population and will support the plan for the prevention and control of the pandemic of the COVID-19.

Photo: Latin Press

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