More donations from foreign governments, international organisations, and the Vietnamese expatriate community have been coming in to flood victims in central Vietnam.

Ambassador of the Republic of Korea to Vietnam Park Suk Hwan, on behalf the RoK government, handed over 100,000 USD to the Vietnam Red Cross on Oct. 25.

Latter the day, Katherin Bergmann from the German Red Cross presented the organisation’s initial relief aid worth 10,000 EUR to help the flood victims overcome their difficulties.

The German Red Cross wants to join in a working group to assess the needs of flood victims in order to promptly make appropriate help, she said.

Also the same day, Pan Noi Ma Ni, Party Secretary and Governor of the Lao province of Bolykhamxay visited the flood-hit Ha Tinh province and donated 10,000 USD to the victims.

Earlier, Palestinian Ambassador to Vietnam Saadi Salama made a field trip and handed over relief aid to flood victims in Ha Tinh province. The Palestinian embassy delegation presented 30 million VND, 87 gift packs, 500 T-shirts, five boxes of clothes, schooling aid, instant noodles, bottled water and plastic household appliances to the victims.

Besides, overseas Vietnamese in Thailand and Thai friends raised nearly 700,000 BAT (over 22,000 USD) to help the flood victims in Central Vietnam .

The Vietnamese Embassy and the Vietnamese community in Mongolia on Oct. 24 raised 3,300 USD to help the victims./.