The Deputy Minister, Vice Chairman Dinh Que Hai met the delegation of representatives of the Cambodian Ministry of Ritual and Religion

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The student delegation of Cambodian Ministry of Ritual and Religion has 20 students currently learning in Cultivate ethnic tasks course of Ethnic Academy (CEMA) following the Cooperation program between two agencies. The course started from November 25th, 2017 to December 15th, 2017.

On behalf of the Cambodian student delegation, Mrs. Min Chandyneth deeply thanked leaders of CEMA for making advantage for Ministry of Ritual and Religion’s cadre to participate the course and heart-warming welcoming from leaders of CEMA to the delegation. At the meeting, Mrs. Min Chandyneth reported to the Deputy Minister, Vice Chairman Dinh Que Hai about the features, living condition, culture, religion, socio-economic statuses and special features of Cambodian ethnic groups; cooperative activities between Vietnamese Committee for Ethnic Minority Affairs and Cambodian Ministry of Ritual and Religion achieved in the past.

Speaking at the meeting, the Deputy Minister, Vice Chairman Dinh Que Hai briefly introduced the situation of Vietnamese ethnic minority area, ethnic tasks as well as current policies. The Deputy Minister also introduced the delegation to the ethnic tasks Strategy to 2020 of the Vietnamese Government with goals, missions and specific programs, projects.

The Deputy Minister highly appreciated the relationship between two nations and hoped Governments as well as two agencies will continue to have cooperative activities, exchange the production, border situation, religion of two countries to support, create advantage and improve people’s life.

On behalf of leader of CEMA, the Deputy Minister, Vice Chairman Dinh Que Hai gave presents to students in the delegation and wished them to achieve the highest result in Ethnic Academy.

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