Vietnamese Tycoon Donates 750K Masks, PPE Sets To PH

Vietnamese Tycoon Donates 750K Masks, PPE Sets To PH

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“Today, Secretary (Teodoro Locsin Jr.) received over 750,000 masks and PPE (sets) donated by Vietnamese business tycoon and well-known philanthropist, Mr. Johnathan Hanh Nguyen, to help protect DFA’s front-liners against Covid-19,” the department said over Twitter.

Nguyen was represented by his son and Imex Pan Pacific Group (IPPG) Philippines president Henry Serrano Nguyen.

The donation, received by Locsin at the DFA office, arrived in Manila via a chartered flight arranged by Nguyen and was made possible through the assistance of the Department of Finance, Bureau of Customs, and other government agencies. (PNA)

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