Foreign Minister, Special Envoy of UN Secretary General Talk Myanmar Matter

Foreign Minister, Special Envoy of UN Secretary General Talk Myanmar Matter

Minister of Foreign Affairs Bui Thanh Son and Special Envoy of the United Nations Secretary General on Myanmar Noeleen Heyzer expressed their concern over instability in Myanmar during their virtual meeting on January 14.
Vietnam's Peacekeeping Operations Recognized by UN

Vietnam's Peacekeeping Operations Recognized by UN

Over the years, Vietnam's peacekeeping force has made many outstanding contributions, made many bold marks and is favourably recognized by the United Nations (UN) and international friends.
Vietnam, Russia to Step up Cooperation at UN Forums

Vietnam, Russia to Step up Cooperation at UN Forums

Deputy Foreign Minister Dang Hoang Giang and Russian Ambassador to Vietnam Gennady S. Bezdetko discussed bilateral cooperation at United Nations forums during their meeting in Hanoi on December 9.
Vietnam Protects the Rights for People with Disabilities During COVID-19

Vietnam Protects the Rights for People with Disabilities During COVID-19

People with disabilities are one of the most vulnerable groups affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. Not only facing the risk of infection, do they also have many difficulties and inconveniences in health care, life, employment, etc.
Vietnam Presents Candidacy for Membership of UN Human Rights Council

Vietnam Presents Candidacy for Membership of UN Human Rights Council

With the desire to contribute to the world's common efforts to promote and protect human rights, Vietnam aims for membership of the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) in the 2023-2025 tenure
Vietnamese Ambassador Re-elected to International Law Commission

Vietnamese Ambassador Re-elected to International Law Commission

Ambassador Nguyen Hong Thao has been elected to the International Law Commission for the second time.
Vietnam Supports Human Rights Protection and Fair Distribution of Covid Vaccine

Vietnam Supports Human Rights Protection and Fair Distribution of Covid Vaccine

Vietnam has underlined the need to enhance global solidarity, promote the production and equitable distribution of the Covid-19 vaccine at a reasonable cost in a timely and universal manner across the world.
Vietnam News Today (September 23): Vietnam Supports UN’s Role in Global Governance

Vietnam News Today (September 23): Vietnam Supports UN’s Role in Global Governance

Vietnam News Today (September 23): Vietnam confirms 11,525 new Covid-19 cases; Vietnam supports UN’s role in global governance; Manufacturers yearn to restore production in HCM City; Phu Quoc not ready for foreign tourists next month.
NA Leader Hails UN's Contributions To Vietnam's Development

NA Leader Hails UN's Contributions To Vietnam's Development

Attending the fifth World Conference of Speakers of Parliament (WCSP5) in Austria, National Assembly (NA) Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue thanked the UN for its timely and effective support and advice to Vietnam’s national building and development.
Vietnam News Today (August 28): Soldiers Will be Sent to Support Binh Duong with Covid Prevention

Vietnam News Today (August 28): Soldiers Will be Sent to Support Binh Duong with Covid Prevention

Vietnam News Today (August 28): Vietnam calls for UN, international community’s support for Ethiopia; Soldiers will be sent to support Binh Duong with Covid prevention
China Pledges to Provide 2 billion Covid-19 Vaccine Doses to World This Year

China Pledges to Provide 2 billion Covid-19 Vaccine Doses to World This Year

China will provide a total of two billion doses of Covid-19 vaccines to the world within the year, and donate $100 million to the COVAX global vaccine programme.
Vietnam Joins in Promoting Human Rights: Ambassador to US

Vietnam Joins in Promoting Human Rights: Ambassador to US

The Vietnamese Ambassador to the United States shared his views on Vietnam's international opportunities and responsibilities in preparing for the candidacy of the United Nations Human Rights Council for 2023-2025
UN peacekeeping missions may shut down if $6 billion budget not approved

UN peacekeeping missions may shut down if $6 billion budget not approved

United Nations peacekeeping missions globally are at risk of being shutdown if the UN General Assembly is unable to agree a new $6 billion budget for the year to June 30, 2022.
Vietnam provides Covid-19 emergency treatment to UN staff for the first time

Vietnam provides Covid-19 emergency treatment to UN staff for the first time

Vietnam has received and successfully treated a United Nations (UN) staff member who was in a critical condition after being infected with Covid-19 while working in a regional country.
UNDP Vietnam supports more than 1,500 RT PCR kits for urgent testing in outbreak hotspots

UNDP Vietnam supports more than 1,500 RT PCR kits for urgent testing in outbreak hotspots

The UN Development Programme (UNDP) in Vietnam provided more than 1,500 RT PCR test kits for Viet Nam’s Ministry of Health (MOH) to support urgent testing in outbreak hotspots. The test kits, produced locally in compliance with WHO’s technical procedures, were procured with funding from JSB of Japan and Ghen CoVy production team.
Britain calls for urgent access to Xinjiang, challenging China at UN

Britain calls for urgent access to Xinjiang, challenging China at UN

On Monday, Britain requests "urgent and unfettered" access to Xinjiang at the United Nations, in order to set light on the reports of abuses in the Chinese region.
South China Sea (Bien Dong Sea): Japan joins battle of diplomatic notes

South China Sea (Bien Dong Sea): Japan joins battle of diplomatic notes

Japan has joined a battle of diplomatic notes over the South China Sea (Bien Dong Sea) dispute, adding to pressure on Beijing over its expansive claims in the strategically important waterway.
South China Sea (Bien Dong Sea): battle of diplomatic notes and law-abiding spirit

South China Sea (Bien Dong Sea): battle of diplomatic notes and law-abiding spirit

China's ongoing campaign in the South China Sea (known in Vietnam as Bien Dong Sea) - the vital waterway, in spite of the COVID-29 pandemic, has prompted blowback from Southeast Asia and beyond.
Vietnam opposes US sanctions on petrochemical firm

Vietnam opposes US sanctions on petrochemical firm 1

Vietnam requested the US on December 17 to lift sanctions imposed on Vietnam Gas and Chemicals Transportation Corporation.
Video:UN representatives thanks Vietnam for halting gender-based violence

Video:UN representatives thanks Vietnam for halting gender-based violence

12 representatives of UN agencies working in Vietnam have produced a video clip thanking local frontline staff for protecting women and children from gender-based violence.
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