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October 17, 1956

LETTER FROM NGUYEN THAI LOC TO LT. GENERAL CHOI DUK SHIN

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    Nguyen Thai Loc reports that rice for victims of flooding will be donated to South Korea by South Vietnam.
    "Letter from Nguyen Thai Loc to Lt. General Choi Duk Shin," October 17, 1956, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, B-333a-028, The Korean Legation in Vietnam, Reports from the Korean Mission to the United Nations and Republic of Korea Embassies and Legations, Syngman Rhee Institute, Yonsei University. https://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/document/120983
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LEGATION OF THE REPUBLIC

OF KOREA

SAIGON

COPY FOR INFORMATION

NO KLS

OUR REFERENCE:

YOUR REFERENCE:

Saigon, October 17, 1956.

His Excellency the Lt General CHOI-DUK-SHIN

Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary

of the Republic of South-Korea in Vietnam.

Dear Sir,

To realise the spirit of friendship and mutual aid between the South-Korean and Vietnamese peoples, the Woman Assistance Group of the Republic of Vietnam Armed Forces has got 70 tons of rice to be sent to South-Korea for the benefit of the last flood victims.

The transfer ceremony will take place on October 19, 1956, at 10 o’clock a.m., at Saigon Wharf.

We shall be much honoured by your presence at the ceremony to allow us to symbolically present the donation to you, while transportation means are being expected to carry it to your country.

With our best regards.

Sincerely,

NGUYEN THI LOC

Chairman of the Provisory Central

Management Board of the Woman Assistance

Group of the Republic of Vietnam Armed

Forces.

- Upon arrival at Khanh-Hoi

the way to the ceremony place

will be showed by Military

Police.

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