A delegation of the Canadian Friendship Force is on a visit to Vietnam, aiming at learning about the Southeast Asian country and strengthening friendship between the two countries’ people.

During its two-week stay in Vietnam, the delegation was received by Vice President of Vietnam Union of Friendship Organisations (VUFO) Tran Dac Loi, in Hanoi on Nov. 3.

Loi briefed the delegation on Vietnam’s socio-economic achievements over the past 25 years of implementing the renewal process and introduced VUFO’s operations.

The Friendship Force of Canada is a member of the Friendship Force International’s Friendship Force Clubs.

The current Vietnam visit is to learn about Vietnam’s history, culture, customs and life of the Vietnamese people, contributing to increasing friendship among peoples.

The delegation plans to stay in local houses, visit the Van Canh Friendship Village to learn about the aftermath of war and voice support for Vietnam victims of Agent Orange/dioxin, as well as tour Hanoi University./.