Religious leader extends Tet congratulations

Hanoi Auxiliary Bishop Chu Van Minh paid a visit to the Vietnam Fatherland Front on the occasion of Tet.
Auxiliary Bishop of the Hanoi Archdiocese Chu Van Minh on Jan. 25 paid a visit to the Vietnam Fatherland Front (VFF), extending congratulations on the occasion of the traditional New Year Festival (Tet).

Auxiliary Bishop Minh expressed his best wishes to the VFF in the New Year, the Year of the Cat, and hoped that in the future the VFF continues its role as a representative of Vietnamese ethnic groups, implementing the great national unity to serve national industrialisation and modernisation.

Receiving the Auxiliary Bishop, Deputy President of the VFF Central Committee Ha Van Nui said he hoped that dignitaries of the Hanoi Archdiocese would continue to encourage followers to join people of the capital city to follow the policies and guidelines of Party and State and respond to patriotism movements organised by the VFF to contribute to national construction and defence.

He praised Catholics for their active participation in solidarity movements in their localities over the past years./.

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