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Mandela memorial held in Hanoi
A memorial ceremony for the late Nelson Mandela was held in Hanoi on December 12th, jointly organized by the South African Embassy in Vietnam and the Vietnam Union of Friendship Organizations (VUFO).
South African Ambassador Kgomotso Ruth Magau, VUFO President Vũ Xuân Hồng, senior office-bearers of Vietnamese government agencies and people’s organizations, and chiefs of Hanoi-based diplomatic missions were present.
It was through Nelson Mandela, remarked Ambassador K.R. Magau at the event, that the world came to pay attention to South Africa, the organized oppression of South African blacks, the latter’s endurance, their achievements, and the fruits of reconciliation.  
VUFO President Vũ Xuân Hồng said Nelson Mandela, a symbol of peace and relentless struggle against apartheid, would live forever in the hearts of the Vietnamese and other nations 
Moroccan Ambassador Houcine Fardani, Dean of the Hanoi diplomatic corps; Algerian Ambassador Cherif Chikhi, and UK’s Deputy-Ambassador Kate Harrison shared grief and sorrow with the South African people. They expressed the conviction that South Africa would overcome this heavy loss and keep moving forward along the path shown by their mythical leader.
VPDF Vice-President Trịnh Ngọc Thái, who represented the Vietnam Peace and Development Foundation at the ceremony, wrote in the book of condolences: “The Vietnam Peace and Development Foundation wishes to convey its profound condolences to the people of South Africa over the passing away of Nelson Mandela, a great leader in the struggle against apartheid, for freedom and justice, for the sake of not only the people of South Africa but also of all progressive people the world over”./.





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