Khmer-Vietnamese Association marks Vietnam’s reunification day hinh anh 1Chairman of the association’s chapter in Phnom Penh Huynh Minh Phu speaks at the event. (Photo: VNA)

Phnom Penh (VNA) – The Khmer-Vietnamese Association in Cambodia on April 27 organised a grand meeting to mark 44th anniversary of the Liberation of South Vietnam and National Reunification (April 30).

The event created opportunities for the Vietnamese people in Cambodia to look back on the country’s magnanimous war for national liberation four decades ago, to which the Vietnamese expatriates in Cambodia had made important contributions.

Vice Chairman of the Khmer-Vietnamese Association Chau Van Chi expressed his gratitude to the Communist Party of Vietnam and the Vietnamese State, and committed to doing his utmost to promote solidarity among the Vietnamese community in Cambodia.

Meanwhile, Chairman of the association’s chapter in Phnom Penh Huynh Minh Phu delivered his thanks to war martyrs, wounded and ill soldiers, and families who rendered services to the national liberation cause.

He said that the Khmer-Vietnamese Association will promote solidarity and friendship with Cambodian people and local authorities while enhancing communication work among Vietnamese people in Cambodia to ensure that they abide by legal regulations in the host nation.

The event also featured art performances staged by students from Khmer-Vietnam Tan Tien friendship primary school.-VNA