Hanyang Signed an MOU with D.K.Kim Korea Foundation and Vietnam Association of Victims of Agent Orange
Agreed to provide medical cooperation of Vietnamese victims of Agent Orange
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Hanyang University signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) for supporting medical cooperation of Vietnamese victims of Agent Orange at the Office of the President in the Administration Building, Seoul Campus on September 6th with the D.K.Kim Korea Foundation and the Vietnam Association of Victims of Agent Orange.
In attendance at the signing ceremony of the MOU were Lee Jong-hyun, President of the D.K.Kim Korea Foundation, Ahn Myung-sook, the Director of the Vietnam Association of Victims of Agent Orange, President Lee Young-moo, Lee Sung-chull, a professor in the Division of International Studies (Executive Vice President, Business and External Relations), and Kim Kyung-hun, a professor in the Department of Anesthesiology and Medicine (Executive Vice President, Hanyang University Medical System).
Through this agreement, the three agencies will provide medical assistance for Vietnamese victims of Agent Orange and the relevant medical training.
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