Scene at the congress (Photo: VNA)
Dak Nong (VNA) – The Vietnam-Cambodia Friendship Association’s chapter in Dak Nong will continue serving as a bridge to foster the ties between the Central Highlands province and Cambodia’s Mundulkiri province.

The statement was heard during the chapter’s second congress held on November 17, which re-elected Tran Thi Thao as Chairwoman of the 2025-2020 tenure.

In the past five years, the organisation worked to disseminate information on border-related policies, as well as to organise free medical treatment and medicine distribution programmes, benefiting more than 1,000 residents of Mundulkiri’s Sen Monorum city and communes of O’rang district.

It also visited and presented gifts to needy households living along the border in Mundulkiri province.

In the new tenure, these activities will be maintained. The organisation will boost exchanges with its Mundulkiri counterpart and consult local authorities in assisting fund for its counterpart to build a headquarters.

On this occasion, the Mundulkiri governor presented a certificate of merit to Dak Nong chapter’s Chairwoman TranThi Thao in recognition of her contributions to the cooperation programme on socio-economic development for the 2010-2015 period between Dak Nong and Mundulkiri.-VNA