Vietnamese Ambassador to Canada Pham Cao Phong speaks at the event

Vietnamese Ambassador to Canada Pham Cao Phong expressed his belief that under the leadership of the Government and with public consensus, Vietnam could win against the invisible enemy - COVID-19.

He hoped that ties between Vietnam and Canada would grow strongly in the fields of national defense and security, and trade and investment, among others.

Addressing the event, Professor Julie Nguyen, a CVFS member, said that through the many ups and downs over the past 75 years, under the flag of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV), Vietnam has posted a wide range of achievements in national construction and defense.

In an interview granted to the Vietnam News Agency, Philip Fernandez from CVFS said that President Ho Chi Minh and the CPV have been a source of inspiration around the world, as a small nation that beat imperial powers to regain its independence and re-unify under the leadership of the CPV.

Overseas Vietnamese and Canadian friends also visited an online museum featuring paintings, poems, and music about President Ho Chi Minh. The museum is due to open to the public on September 2.

Source: VNA