Vietnam Embassy In US Presents 10,000 Ecom Net Face Masks To Maryland

On August 07, the Vietnamese Embassy in the US on Friday presented 10,000 face masks to the US state of Maryland to help the local government deal with the COVID-19 pandemic.

Vietnamese Ambassador to the US Ha Kim Ngoc (1st right) works with Maryland authority on August 7, 2020 (Photo: VNA)

Ambassador Ha Kim Ngoc handed over the gifts to representatives of the Maryland administration, emphasizing this activity demonstrated the friendship and cooperation, as well as the spirit of mutual support between the Government and people of the two countries, including joint efforts to combat COVID-19.

He thanked the US government for sharing information about epidemic research and providing medical supplies, including 100 ventilators, to support the treatment of COVID-19 patients in Vietnam.

Receiving the donation, Maryland Secretary of State John Wobensmith said that the local administration will effectively use the face masks.

They exchanged ways to strengthen cooperation between the two countries, particularly in trade and investment, marine engineering, shipbuilding, high technology, and education which are Maryland’s strengths.

Ambassador Ngoc proposed the Maryland administration to provide continued support for the Vietnamese community of about 30,000 people in the state.


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