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“Tet Dau Lua” greetings extended to ethnic minorities

BTO –On December 11th morning, two delegations of the provincial leaders have departed for 4 communes of Bac Binh district, where the ethnic minority people mostly living in, to extend greetings on “Tet Dau Lua” occasion.

The first delegation led by the vice chairman of the provincial People’s committee Pham Van Nam arrived at Phan Son and Phan Lam communes while the second led by head of the provincial Party Committee’s Commission for Mass Mobilization Nguyen Hoai Anh visited Phan Tien and Phan Dien communes.

The visits fell on the occasion of Tet Dau Lua – one of the traditional New Year festival of the K’ho and Raglay people in Binh Thuan province. At the spots, both delegations whole heartedly offered presents and congratulations to the whole community of ethnic minorities in the 4 visited communes, hoping that they would enjoy a cozy and peaceful festive seasons. By the way, the province’s leaders expressed their wishes to see the development of solidarity and growth in productivity as well as living standards among the ethnic people.

My Thien (Source: Binh Thuan Online)

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