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Vietnam to reaffirm at UN commitments to international community

Vietnam to reaffirm at UN commitments to international community

United Nations, Sep 22 (Prensa Latina) Vietnam's President Nguyen Xuan Phuc will address the United Nations General Assembly on Wednesday afternoon to reiterate his country's commitments to peace and universal progress, diplomatic sources from his country stated here.
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The head of State’s speech at UN coincides with the 44th anniversary of Vietnam’s admission to the international body, members of the Vietnamese representation highlighted.

Also, with the International Day of Peace, a date Vietnam honors with a foreign policy based on respect for the United Nations Charter and universal laws, as well as its great contributions to the UN and other international, multilateral and regional organizations, they stressed.

They recalled that in 2020-2021, for the second time in history, Vietnam became a non-permanent member of the United Nations Security Council and, as the UN Secretariat General and the other member states assessed, it made significant contributions to the debates in that body and at the General Assembly.

One of the initiatives, approved by an overwhelming majority, was the International Day of Epidemic Preparedness, to mark December 27 every year.

Prior to his appearance before the General Assembly this Wednesday, Xuan Phuc met with South Korea President Moon Jae-in, Slovenia’s Borut Pahor, and Dominican Republic’s Luis Abinader.


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