After meeting with officials of Quang Tri province, the Israeli Ambassador visited and learned about the life of the Van Kieu ethnic people in Huong Linh commune in Huong Hoa district. He then paid a visit to two local schools.
After the historic flood in late 2020, the Embassy of Israel sponsored the construction and renovation of a kindergarten in Huong Linh commune and a primary school in Huong Tan commune.
Under this project, the classrooms of Huong Linh commune’s kindergarten were repaired and renovated, while a primary school in Huong Tan commune received newly built toilets.
Ambassador Nadav Eshcar told VietNamNet that the Israeli Embassy is looking for ways to give the most support to the areas and people severely hit by floods in Quang Tri province.
He said: “Quang Tri is a very special province, which suffers from heavy consequences of war and severe climate. So we chose Quang Tri, especially its mountainous areas, to help."
The ambassador of Israel said that Israel wants to boost investment to have a better connection with Quang Tri province, especially in the three fields of agriculture, clean energy and education.
“We are very happy to bring prosperity to people, not only in education, but also in other fields. Clean energy, perhaps, is a very interesting area as well. We hope to stay connected with the land and the people here. And the future is very good for them,” he said.
Ambassador Nadav Eshcar presents gifts to kids at the kindergarten of Huong Linh Commune.
The Israeli Embassy sponsored the construction and repair of a kindergarten in Huong Linh Commune in Quang Tri Province.
The Israeli Ambassador and students of Xa Re primary school.
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