Female diplomats, representatives of international organisations, ambassadors' spouses gather
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|Deputy Foreign Minister Nguyen Quoc Dung speaks at the event. Photo: qdnd.vn|
Deputy Foreign Minister Nguyen Quoc Dung spoke highly of contributions of female diplomats and spouses to foreign affair activities, especially against the backdrop of COVID-19.
This year International Women’s Day's theme is “Women in leadership: Achieving an equal future in a COVID-19 world on the way to the Generation Equality Forum”.
He noted that promoting gender equality and women empowerment are among consistent priorities of Vietnam, for inclusive and sustainable development, as well as an important pillar of the country’s diplomacy.
Vietnam highlighted the theme of this year's International Women's Day chosen by UN Women, thereby, celebrating the great efforts of women around the world to create a more equal and restorative future.
In 2020, Vietnam voiced its support for gender equality and women empowerment in all multilateral forums, the diplomat added.
For the first time in the frameworks of the United Nations and ASEAN, Vietnam initiated and successfully held the ASEAN Leaders' Special Session on Women's Empowerment in the Digital Age, and an international conference on women’s role in building and sustaining peace.
For her part, Sara Valdés Bolano, Mexican Ambassador to Vietnam, who is co-president of the Ambassadors Group for gender equality, congratulated Vietnam on its achievements in the field, re-affirming a commitment to helping the country continue efforts towards gender equality.
|Participants pose for a group photo. Photo: phunuvietnam.vn|
|Female diplomats and representatives of international organisations, spouses of ambassadors, and the ministry’s officials visit silk space. Photo: phunuvietnam.vn|
Ambassador Nguyen Nguyet Nga, spouse of Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh, said that on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the establishment of the Vietnamese Diplomatic Service in 2020 the MoFA set up a network of female diplomats of different generations to foster their bond, as well as joining hands with international friends in efforts to empower women.
In the framework of the meeting, the Ministry organized an introduction about the silk products of Vietnam which are favored by many countries around the world. Coming to DeSilk, delegates were able to explore a space of the art of installing silk scarfs and fabrics./.
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