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Vietnamese Culture Festival held in Berlin

Vietnamese Culture Festival held in Berlin

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The Vietnamese Culture Festival was held on August 28-29 in Berlin, Germany, to mark the 35th anniversary of the Vietnam-Germany diplomatic ties.
The two-day festival included a photo exhibition on Vietnamese land, people and culture, traditional martial arts, folk song and dance performance. It also featured a display of Vietnam’s handicraft products as well as the nation’s culture, tourism and cuisine.
Addressing the opening ceremony on August 28, Deputy Foreign Minister Nguyen Thanh Son, who is also Chairman of the State Committee for Overseas Vietnamese, spoke highly of the initiative to host the festival in Germany, saying that it is a good opportunity to enhance the exchange between the two peoples.
Berlin Deputy Mayor Harald Wolf said the relationship between Germany and Vietnam has become closer over the past 35 years through the exchange of experiences, culture and high ranking delegations as well as political and economic activities.
There are around 20,000 Vietnamese people in Berlin who contribute to diversifying the capital’s cultural life, he added.


Source: PV

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