The event saw the presence of President of the Hungary – Vietnam Friendship Association Dr. Botz László, a former senior military officer of Hungary, and more than 50 members of the association, as well as Vietnamese Ambassador to Hungary Nguyen Thi Bich Thao, President of the Vietnamese Association in Hungary Vu Quy Duong and representatives from the Vietnamese community in the European country.
Addressing the event, Dr. Botz László recalled his memory as a member of the Hungarian mission supervising the agreement, underlining that during his time in Vietnam, he was impressed at the resilience and heroic spirit of the Vietnamese people and support from international friends to Vietnam.
With his love for Vietnam, after concluding his mission, he and his fellow officers formed the Hungary – Vietnam Friendship Association at a hope to help younger generations get deeper understanding of the land and people of Vietnam as well as the traditional friendship between the two countries.
For her part, Ambassador Thao lauded the precious contributions by the Hungary – Vietnam Friendship Association, Dr. Botz László as well as the Vietnamese Association in Hungary and its President Vu Quy Duong as well as other individuals in reinforcing the traditional ties between Vietnam and Hungary and boosting the bilateral partnership.
The ambassador affirmed that Vietnam always remembers valuable support from international friends, including Hungarian people to the country's struggle for national independence and reunification in the past as well as the current national construction and defense.
Vietnam and Hungary have shared traditional friendship and comprehensive partnership over the past more than seven decades, she noted, stressing that the Government and people of Vietnam highly values the effective assistance from the Government and people of Hungary, especially during the recent fight against COVID-19.
She expressed her hope that the Hungary – Vietnam Friendship Association and Hungarian friends will continue to accompany the Vietnamese Association in Hungary in strengthening the friendship between the two nations and boosting bilateral friendship.
Vu Quy Duong, President of the Vietnamese Association in Hungary, told the Vietnam News Agency that this is an occasion for the former Hungarian officials engaging in the international mission supervising the implementation of the Paris Agreement on ending war in Vietnam in the 1973-1975 period, to recall their memory during their time in Vietnam, and for strengthening the solidarity among Vietnamese and Hungarian people.
Within the framework of the event, various activities were held, including a documentary film screening on Hungarian friends during the war in Vietnam. Participants also had a chance to enjoy Vietnamese art and traditional dishes of Vietnam and Hungary.
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