Ambassador Vu Dang Dung and his spouse and staff from the embassy (Photo: baoquocte.vn)

This 12th annual bazaar was held to raise money to support projects for disadvantaged children, the elderly, refugees, victims of human trafficking and those in need of special healthcare assistance in Poland.     

The event attracted the participation of 200 stalls by 60 representative agencies of countries, international organizations, foundations, schools and charity organizations. These stalls introduced and sold handicraft products, Christmas gifts, specialties and traditional cuisines of their countries.

Ms. Vo Thi Hien, spouse of the Vietnamese Ambassador, introduces Vietnam's products to international visitors (Photo: baoquocte.vn)


The Vietnamese Embassy displayed handicraft products made from rattan, bamboo, wood, lacquer and colorful brocade, traditional long dress and cosmetic with origin from nature in Vietnam.

Vietnam's stall attracts a lot of visitors (Photo: baoquocte.vn)

Vietnam’s stall drew the attention of friends from diplomatic corps and international visitors, especially, the Vietnamese traditional long dress left good impressions and was chosen to take photos and record by photographers and tourists.

The bazaar is also an opportunity for Vietnam to promote the talent and traditional cultural features of Vietnamese people./.

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