Vietnam’s voice is very important for international solidarity

Continuing his business trip to attend the ASEAN-US Special Summit, visit and work in the US and the United Nations (UN), on the morning of May 16, at the UN Headquarters in New York City, Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh had a meeting with UN Deputy Secretary General Amina Mohammed.

At the meeting, Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh affirmed that Vietnam is strongly committed to multilateralism and a world order based on international law and the UN Charter, and supports the central role of the United Nations. In the global governance system, it is necessary to have a global, all-people and comprehensive approach to dealing with common challenges such as epidemics and climate change.

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Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh meets with Ms. Amina J. Mohamed, Deputy Secretary General of the United Nations. (Photo: Duong Giang/VNA)

Discussing the response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Prime Minister proposed that the UN continue to pay attention to supporting developing countries in responding to the pandemic, ensuring social security and providing policy advice, and recovering in accordance with the law. Green direction, sustainable, stronger self

The Prime Minister affirmed that Vietnam is determined to implement its commitments at COP26 and asked the United Nations to support Vietnam in establishing a partnership on energy transition with G7 countries, building a climate finance strategy. to effectively mobilize support resources from international development partners.

Discussing international and regional issues, the Prime Minister was pleased to see the continued strengthening of the ASEAN-UN partnership, and asked the UN to support ASEAN’s central role in solving regional issues. , including maintaining peace, stability, security, safety and freedom of navigation and overflight in the East Sea, and peaceful settlement of disputes on the basis of international law.

Regarding Ukraine, the Prime Minister affirmed that it is necessary to promote dialogue and negotiation to find a lasting peaceful solution on the basis of compliance with basic principles of international law and the UN Charter, respecting and taking into account the interests of Ukraine. legitimate interests of the parties involved.

For her part, UN Deputy Secretary-General Amina Mohammed affirmed that Vietnam is an important partner and friend of the United Nations, wishing that the two sides would continue to develop their relations in a more comprehensive and effective manner.

The Deputy Secretary-General expressed his admiration for Vietnam’s socio-economic development achievements along with policies and efforts to safely and flexibly adapt to and effectively control the COVID-19 epidemic.

She highly appreciated Vietnam’s active and responsible contributions to the common work of the UN, especially as a non-permanent member of the UN Security Council for the 2020-2021 term, the voice of Vietnam. very important for international solidarity in the context that the world is going through many crises and differences, Vietnam has always had a strong voice in support of multilateralism, peace and reform of the United Nations, participating responsibly. into the UN peacekeeping force, effectively implementing the SDGs and making efforts to fulfill commitments to combat climate change, especially at the recent COP26; promote development cooperation for the common benefit of the community.

The Deputy Secretary General affirmed that the UN will continue to pay attention to and support Vietnam’s development priorities in a green, sustainable and more resilient direction; expressed Vietnam’s views on many international and regional issues, including the East Sea issue, and wished that the ASEAN-UN partnership would continue to be consolidated for the sake of peace. security and prosperity in the region and in the world, expressing the expectation that Vietnam will strongly promote its role of contributing to solving global problems commensurate with its capacity and position.

Also in the series of activities on May 16, the Prime Minister had meetings with the Director General of the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) Catherine Russell, the President of the United Nations General Assembly Abdulla Shahid and the Director General of the United Nations Development Agency (UNDP). ) Achim Steiner.

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