Seoul (VNA) – The Vietnamese Association in the Republic of Korea (RoK)
convened a congress in Seoul on April 13 to review its performance during the
2017-2019 tenure and set forth operation orientations for the new term.
Ngoc Cam, the association’s president, reported that the association organised
various activities over the past time, attracting the participation of crowds
of Vietnamese in the country.
took the examples of cultural and sport events, along with Vietnamese language
classes for children of Vietnamese-Korean families and support to victims of
natural disasters in the homeland.
Deputy Ambassador to the RoK Tran Truong Thuy highly valued achievements the
association has recorded over the past tenure, saying it has contributed to connecting
Vietnamese in the RoK, promoting the image of Vietnamese in the host country,
and consolidating relations between the two countries.
this occasion, the association was presented with a certificate of merit in
recognition of its contributions to the community and the homeland.
congress elected a 25-member executive board of the association for the
2019-2021 period. Cam was re-elected as president of the association in the new
told the Vietnam News Agency that the association will open more Vietnamese
language classes and continue to organise sport and cultural activities for
Vietnamese in the RoK in 2019, while assisting those who are in difficult