Vietnam, US veterans get together in Hanoi Society

Vietnam, US veterans get together in Hanoi

Vietnamese and US veterans exchanged their views on war losses and the building of a better future at a conference held by the Vietnam – USA Society (VUS) in Hanoi on March 6.
US veterans study post-war consequences in Vietnam Society

US veterans study post-war consequences in Vietnam

Vice President and General Secretary of the Vietnam Union of Friendship Organisations (VUFO) Don Tuan Phong has welcomed members of the US Veterans For Peace (VFP) group to study Vietnamese culture and people and post-war consequences in the country, said.
Vietnam, US work to address post-war consequences Society

Vietnam, US work to address post-war consequences

The Vietnam-US Society (VUS) and the Vietnam Union of Friendship Organisations (VUFO) held a workshop in Hanoi on March 6 to address post-war consequences such as Agent Orange (AO)/Dioxin, and leftover bombs and mines in Vietnam.
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US supports Vietnamese AO victims

Vice Director of the US organisation “Veterans for Peace (VFP)” Chuck Searcy and his delegation visited Vietnam to consolidate Vietnam – US cooperation in addressing the difficulties facing Agent Orange (AO)/Dioxin victims.
Vietnam, US look forward to the future Society

Vietnam, US look forward to the future

Vice Director of the US organisation “Veterans for Peace (VFP)” Chuck Searcy said he and his delegation are in Hanoi to work for a better tomorrow during a roundtable talk recorded in the capital Hanoi on April 16.
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US war veteran delegation on visit

A delegation of Veterans For Peace (VFP) organisation of the US is paying a visit to Vietnam from April 18 to May 2 as guests of the Vietnam Union of Friendship Organisations (VUFO).
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US war veterans seek to provide assistance

US war veterans have expressed their hope to make further contributions to solving the aftermath of war, especially in solving the Agent Orange/dioxin issue and assisting in the clearance of leftover unexploded ordnance.
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First-ever requiem to be held for AO victims

The first-ever requiem for Vietnamese victims of Agent Orange/dioxin will be held in late July, 2011, marking the 50th anniversary of the catastrophe of AO defoliants sprayed by the US on Vietnam.
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AO producers lambasted for ‘hypocritical’ event

The Vietnam Association of Victims of Agent Orange/Dioxin (VAVA) issued a statement on April 13 protesting a worldwide event to be held on April 18 sponsored by several US producers of toxic chemicals used in the American war in Vietnam.
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Int’l support for AO/Dioxin victims pours in

Many international organisations said in letters to the Vietnam Association for Victims of Agent Orange/Dioxin (VAVA) on the occasion of “For AO Victims Day 2009” (August 10) that they will stand side by side with the association’s struggle for justice.