Vietnam’s role in UN and IPU praised

15/02/2017
Kết quả hình ảnh cho Vietnam’s role in UN and IPU praised
Cabinet Chief to the United Nations Secretary General Maria Luiza Ribeiro Viotti has spoken highly of the role of Vietnam in the UN and that of the Vietnamese National Assembly (NA) in the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) while meeting NA Vice Chairwoman Tong Thi Phong in New York, the US, on February 14.
Phong told the UN official that the Vietnamese NA has expanded its external relations amidst the trend of integrating comprehensively into the global socio-political life.
The Vietnamese NA has participated fully and responsibly in regional inter-parliamentary cooperative mechanisms, as evidenced by its successful organisation of the 132nd IPU General Assembly in March 2015 and the forthcoming hosting of an IPU seminar on the implementation of sustainable development goals on climate change for the Asian-Pacific region in May, Phong said.
She praised the central role and efforts of the UN in building regulations and norms of international law across sectors, contributing to addressing global challenges, and promoting country participation in keeping peace and stability, achieving sustainable development, and responding to climate change and other non-traditional security issues.
Phong took the occasion to thank the UN and other UN agencies in Vietnam for actively working with the country in eradicating poverty, fighting HIV/AIDS, and caring for and protecting children.
She asked the UN official to convey the invitation to visit Vietnam to UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres this year to attend the APEC Economic Leaders’ Meeting and the 40th anniversary of Vietnam’s joining of the UN (1977-2017).
Ribeiro Viotti said Vietnam is one of the most dynamic economies in the region and hoped the country will do more to realise sustainable development goals set in the 2030 Agenda.
The officials exchanged views on internal and external challenges to Vietnam’s growth with Ribeiro Viotti suggesting the country pursue good State governance, train high-quality human resources, and reform administrative procedures.
Earlier the same day, the Vietnamese official met with several leading US professors from the New York University of Law and Harvard University to discuss the political situation in the US and the globe.
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John Smith 15/2/17 13:40

Vietnam has fulfilled its role with high approval from the international community in its bid for membership in many world fora.

Gentle Moon 15/2/17 20:32

Vietnam is witnessing a significant period in its relationship with the UN.

LawrenceSamuels 15/2/17 20:33

From the early days of joining the organisation, the country has voiced its opinions on issues related to peace, stability and cooperation in Southeast Asia.

Jane smartnic 15/2/17 20:34

This should be done using peaceful measures to safeguard the independence and self-determination of nations and to improve the international economic environment while speeding up socio-economic development and ensuring human rights.

yobro yobro 15/2/17 20:35

During the past few years, Vietnam’s activities in international organization have demonstrated its foreign policy line of independence, peace, cooperation, diversification and multilateralization of international relations.

Love Peace 15/2/17 20:36

Vietnam is a friend and reliable partner of all countries in the international community, actively taking part in international and regional cooperation processes.

MaskOf Zero 15/2/17 20:37

The country has paid a lot of importance to strengthening dialogue with other countries and international co-operation.

Only Solidar 15/2/17 20:38

Vietnam has actively prepared for its important position in international organizations.

Pack Cassiopian 15/2/17 20:44

Vietnam is getting more and more developing in all fields of life so it is easy to understand its role in the world today.

Deck Hero14 15/2/17 20:48

Vietnam’s development record over the past 30 years is remarkable.

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