Vietnam supports US in tornadoes' aftermath

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Vietnam on Tuesday sent US$50,000 in aid to the US, which was hit by dozens of tornadoes in the south late April, according to the government's website.

 

Chairman of the Vietnamese Red Cross, Tran Ngoc Trang, gave the aid to a US Red Cross representative in Vietnam. 

 

The representative was humble and said it would contribute the support to American people that are overcoming damages and losses caused by the disaster.

 

The aid will also show the friendship between the two countries, the website said.

 

In April, over 600 tornados swept seven states in southern US, killing 310 people. They were the deadliest tornados in the US since 1950, according to the website.

 

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