Addressing the event, Ambassador Luong Thanh Nghi highly appreciated the contributions by the Vietnamese community in the north European country to the bilateral relations, expressing his delight that the overseas Vietnamese in Denmark have stayed united, supported one another, and integrated well into the host society.

Vietnamese Ambassador to Denmark Luong Thanh Nghi and participants at the Xuan Que Huong program on January 15.

The diplomat extended Lunar New Year greetings to all overseas Vietnamese, adding he hopes that the Vietnamese community in Denmark will continue to preserve the nation’s cultural identity and contribute to the national construction and development.

The Consulate General of Vietnam in Germany's Frankfurt am Main city on January 15 held a program to welcome the lunar New Year, with the participation of more than 1,000 people. Visitors to the event, including overseas Vietnamese and German, were impressed with the artistic performance and traditional dishes.

Addressing the event, Consul General Le Quang Long said the Vietnam-Germany strategic partnership has made remarkable progress in all fields of economy, politics, defense-security, labor, education and cooperative development, adding that a foundation for their relationship is the community of more than 200,000 Vietnamese who are integrating into the German society.

Source: VNA