(HBO) – A delegation of the Hanoi Archdiocese led by its Archbishop, Joseph Vu Van Thien, on January 9 visited Hoa Binh province on the occasion of the Tet (Lunar New Year) festival. Vice Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee Dinh Cong Su hosted the delegation.


 

Joseph Vu Van Thien presents flowers to Hoa Binh province on the occasion of the Tet festival

On behalf of Catholic dignitaries and followers of the Hanoi Archdiocese, Thien congratulated the local Party Committee, authorities and residents on their comprehensive achievements in 2022.

The Archbishop wished them good health and happiness, and noted his hope that Hoa Binh will reap more achievements across spheres in the time ahead.

For his part, Su thanked Thien and other Catholic dignitaries and followers for their sentiments and wishes.

Briefing the guests on the local socio-economic development in 2022, the official lauded Catholic dignitaries and followers for their active contributions to the COVID-19 prevention and control, patriotic emulation movements, poverty reduction, and new-style rural area building.

He wished the dignitaries and followers a happy New Year and expressed his hope that the Hanoi Archdiocese will continue their support to Hoa Binh province, particularly local Catholic followers, thus contributing to strengthening the great national unity bloc and spurring local development.

 

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