At the meeting, KOCHAM Chairman Kim Heung Soo shared that KOCHAM, through its 17th charity night for helping people of the central provinces suffering great damages and losses caused by the serious floods and storms, has launched a fundraiser to support those in Quang Nam and Quang Binh provinces to overcome the consequences of natural disasters.
The KOCHAM Chairman shared that Korean businesses have also encountered difficulties in recent years due to the COVID-19 pandemic's effects, however, with a spirit of solidarity and mutual love, Korean businesses have mobilized their donations to support people in natural disaster areas to overcome difficulties and stabilize their lives early. Chairman Kim Heung Soo said that though the amount of support was not much, he believed it as one of their willingness to assist the people and maintain a good relationship between KOCHAM and Vietnam's central provinces.
On behalf of the leaders of Quang Nam province, People's Committee Vice Chairman Tran Van Tan expressed thanks to the Korean Chamber of Commerce and Industry's care, share and support for Quang Nams people. This support will be used publicly, transparently and effectively, with priority given to the people in terms of plant varieties and domestic animals in areas severely affected by natural disasters.
Tan also wished that in the coming time, the Korean Consulate General in Da Nang as well as the KOCHAM would continue to connect and introduce Korean businesses to invest in Quang Nam; support for the successful implementation of sending Vietnamese employees to work in Korea; connect Korean localities with Quang Nam, facilitating common exchange, research, cooperation for development.