Vietnamese Students' Association in Italy holds its 2nd congress
Tuesday, 07/11/2023 11:26 (GMT+7)
The Vietnamese Students' Association in Italy (ASVI) organized its 2nd congress for the 2023 - 2025 term in Rome on November 4 in both in-person and online formats with the participation of 37 delegates representing nearly 1,000 Vietnamese students and graduate students living, studying and working in the country.
|Delegates at the congress (Photo: VNA)
Speaking at the congress, Nguyen Luu Tra My, member of the Secretariat and Chief of the Office of the Vietnamese Students' Association (VSA) Central Committee, highlighted the need for ASVI to promote widespread implementation of the student movement in the country, strengthen the gathering and engagement of Vietnamese students in all regions of Italy, and actively participate in the preparation for the 11th National Congress of the VSA for the 2023 - 2028 tenure.
At the Congress, participants focused on reviewing and evaluating the ASVI's activities during the 2021-2023 term.
During the past tenure, the ASVI has organized many important, large-scale activities and events in many fields such as sports, culture, and education for students living and studying in Italy and those having a passion for Italian culture.
The association has also organized and joined volunteer activities, attracting the participation of a large number of students.
The congress elected an executive board for the 2023 - 2025 term, including 21 members and Vu Thi Bich Diep was re-elected as the President of the ASVI for the 2023 - 2025 term.
The ASVI’s executive board will continue to promote the management of students, communications, learning, and scientific research, culture and sports activities, towards enhancing connectivity in the Vietnamese student community in the country./.