Let’s unite for AO/dioxin victims: British advocate

Len Aldis, General Secretary of the Britain-Vietnam Friendship Association (BVFA), on October 26 called on people in Ho Chi Minh City and the international community to continue fighting for justice for victims of Agent Orange/dioxin.

Photo show brings Hanoi to Paris

A photo exhibition portraying the life, sceneries and people of Hanoi was opened at the Vietnam Cultural Centre in Paris , France on October 9.

VAVA pushes to gather more support for AO victims

A television programme in support of Vietnamese Agent Orange victims will be simul-cast live in the US, France and Vietnam in the first half of 2010, according to an official in charge of AO affairs.
Deputy Prime Minister visits US Politics

Deputy Prime Minister visits US

Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Pham Gia Khiem has made a two-day visit to the US at the invitation of US Secretary of State Hillary R. Clinton.

US helps remove AO in Da Nang

The US Government has announced a 1.69 million USD environmental remediation project to support Vietnam in addressing Agent Orange/dioxin contamination at the Da Nang Airport.

Friendship officials work to enhance Vietnam-US ties

President of the Vietnam Union of Friendship Associations (VUFO) Vu Xuan Hong led a delegation to visit the US from August 29 to September 5 with the aim of making the best use of the people-to-people diplomacy to promote bilateral Vietnam-US cooperation.

Day-long programme commemorates Orange Day

VTV4, a channel for overseas Vietnamese, is broadcasting round-the-clock programming on August 10 related to Agent Orange and its victims, to commemorate “Orange Day”.