Vietnam affirms political determination to join UN peacekeeping mission

Vietnam displays good performance in UN peacekeeping operations
Deputy Defence Minister, Sen. Lieut. Gen Nguyen Chi Vinh affirmed Vietnam’s political determination to join the United Nations (UN) Peacekeeping Mission at a reception in Hanoi on June 27 for a delegation from the UN Assessment and Advisory Visit (AAV).

The delegation was led by Bianca Selway, representative from the UN Department for Peacekeeping Operations.

The reception was also attended by UK representative in charge of the UN peacekeeping mission Samantha Hope and UK defence attaché in Vietnam David Houghtonm, who sought to increase coordination among Vietnam, the UN and the UK in transferring the operation of the UK’s second-level field hospital in the South Sudan city of Bentiu, part of the UN Peacekeeping Mission in South Sudan, to Vietnam.

Vinh, who is also head of the Defence Ministry’s Steering Committee on Vietnam’s participation in the UN Peacekeeping operations, thanked the UN for sending officials to Vietnam to make preliminary evaluation of its training, professional capacity and operating standards in military medicine and engineering.

Informing the outcomes of the working session with the Vietnam Peacekeeping Centre and the trip to observing the field demonstration by Vietnam’s military medical and engineering forces on June 26-27, Selway said the AAV delegation commits all possible support to Vietnam to improve its professional and language ability, and working experience in multi-national environment such as the UN Peacekeeping Mission.

Following the visit, the delegation will submit a detailed report to the UN Department for Peacekeeping Operations to prepare for the upgrade of Vietnam’s status to the second level in the UN Peacekeeping Capability Readiness System and help Vietnam arrange a field trip to Bentiu city and the UN Peacekeeping Mission in South Sudan, which is also part of a Vietnam-UN agenda towards negotiating a Memorandum of Understanding on deploying forces to the UN.

The host asked the delegation to give an objective appraisal of Vietnam’s peacekeeping capacity and offer all possible support to Vietnam to improve the capacity of its military medical and engineering forces to join the UN peacekeeping mission.
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Love Peace 28/6/17 23:18

Vietnam’s engagement in UN peacekeeping activities made important contributions to the multilateral external relations and international integration of the country in general

Gentle Moon 28/6/17 23:20

Vietnam has maintained the close management over officers joining UN peacekeeping missions in Africa

Deck Hero14 28/6/17 23:21

More Vietnamese officers will be dispatched to work at the UN peacekeeping mission in Africa

John Smith 28/6/17 23:23

Vietnamese military officers have all fully comprehended their missions as well as finished the training programs with good results before being sent to the UN forces

Pack Cassiopian 28/6/17 23:26

These officers will promote the image of Vietnamese soldiers in the eyes of foreign friends.

Jane smartnic 28/6/17 23:28

Vietnam will gradually expand the scale and fields of engagement in the UN peacekeeping operations

yobro yobro 28/6/17 23:30

The work was implemented in line with the roadmap set in the master plan on Vietnam’s participation in UN peacekeeping operations

Only Solidar 28/6/17 23:32

We're an active member of the UN in implementing all UN's objectives

MaskOf Zero 28/6/17 23:34

The images of Vietnam Army will be promoted by joining such international activities like this

LawrenceSamuels 28/6/17 23:36

Vietnam is doing its utmost to keep the peace, prosperity and development of the region and the world

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