About 500 Cambodian people and those of the Vietnamese origin in Borebo district, Cambodia’s Kampong Chhnang province, received free health check-ups and medicine on March 18. The activity was organised by the Vietnamese Embassy in Cambodia, Cho Ray-Phnom Penh Hospital, the Khmer-Vietnamese Association, and local authorities. Illustrative image. (Photo: VNA) Ambassador Nguyen Huy Tang expressed his sincere thanks to the Kampong Chhnang provincial administration and authorities of Borebo district for supporting and creating favourable conditions for those of the Vietnamese origin in the locality to have a stable life. He called on the provincial administration and Governor Sun Sovanarith to continue their attention to creating conditions for the Kampong Chhnang province's Khmer-Vietnam Association to operate more effectively as well as facilitate the lives of those of the Vietnamese origin. On this occasion, the embassy also handed over 500 packages of gifts to disadvantaged households living in Borebo district.
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