Ambassadors deliver wishes to Vietnam on Tet occasion
The Hanoitimes - The Lunar New Year or Tet is a significant occasion for Vietnamese people to wish for the best things to come. It is also the sacred time for family gatherings and an important mark for changes, plans, and progress.
Ambassadors of Malaysia, the United States Norway, India, New Zealand, Canada, and Switzerland to Vietnam extended their Tet greetings to Vietnam as well as mentioned some future cooperation plans with Vietnam.
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