The country supports a comprehensive and sustainable solution with the strong commitment of relevant parties to the Myanmar issue, Deputy Head of the Vietnamese Delegation to the United Nations Le Thi Minh Thoa said.
Vietnam opposes all acts of attacking civilians and believes it is necessary to verify information in a public, transparent and objective manner.
Vietnam reaffirmed Friday its opposition to all claims that are not consistent with international laws including UNCLOS, the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea.
The United Nations rights agency on Friday night (Dec 17) expressed deep concern over the jailing of four rights and land activists in Vietnam and demanded their immediate release.
The government of Vietnam has admitted that it arrested an indigenous rights activist for possessing translated copied of the United Nations Declartion on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.
President Nguyen Xuan Phuc has called on the international community to cooperate in the fight against Covid-19, especially prioritizing an equitable supply of vaccines to soon end it.
Vietnam will serve as United Nations Security Council (UNSC) president starting Thursday, its second time in the seat during the 2020-21 tenure.
Vietnam will run for the UN Human Rights Council’s 2023-25 term, Deputy Prime Minister Pham Binh Minh has said.
A spokesperson for the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) said Friday that the body was “deeply concerned” by Vietnam’s use of ill-defined laws to suppress media freedom.
If Hanoi files an official complaint in its South China Sea dispute with Beijing it could lose more than it wins
Vietnam has taken up two important positions recently – the Chair of ASEAN for 2020 and the non-permanent member of the UNSC for 2020-2021. Both these positions present daunting tasks to Vietnam.