Thursday, 14/07/2022 15:25 (GMT+7)
The Nghe An Provincial People's Committee has just issued Plan No. 460/KH-UBND on coordinating to organize the Vietnam Summer Camp 2022 for overseas Vietnamese youth and students during the time it takes place in Nghe An province.
| Delegates participated inVietnam Summer Camp 2019 (Photo: qdnd.vn)
These activities will take place in nine localities across the country, in which the opening ceremony will be held in Nghe An province’s Vinh city and the closing ceremony in Vung Tau city.
According to the plan, youth participating in the Vietnam Summer Camp will participate in activities from July 21-24, including: visiting and presenting gifts at SOS Children's Village in Vinh city; visiting homelands of Uncle Ho's mother and father and plant trees at the exhibition area in Sen Village; visit the Temple of King Quang Trung; participate in cleaning the seashore to protect environment and exchange activities at Cua Lo beach.
The Provincial People's Committee requires relevant departments, branches, units and localities to closely coordinate with the State Commission for Overseas Vietnamese to actively and seriously implement the assigned tasks.
Vietnam Summer Camp is one of the activities held annually by the State Commission for Overseas Vietnamese in order to create a playground for overseas Vietnamese youth and students to connect and exchange with domestic youth and students.
At the same time, it is also an opportunity for overseas Vietnamese students to return to their roots to show gratitude, gain experience, and create opportunities for the young Vietnamese generation at home and abroad to promote cooperation and promote the core role of Vietnamese youth and students, contributing to the cause of national construction and defense.
Since 2004, Vietnam Summer Camp has attracted the participation of a large number of Vietnamese youth and students from more than 30 countries and territories. The delegates participating in the program are outstanding faces in the fields of study, sports and art, and have made active contributions to the community building movement./.