Vietnam calls on Myanmar to end violence, find satisfactory solution World

Vietnam calls on Myanmar to end violence, find satisfactory solution

Vietnam has called on parties in Myanmar to restrain, end violence, ensure safety for civilians, and conduct dialogues towards a satisfactory solution in conformity with the country’s Constitution and law as well as its people’s aspirations so as to facilitate the democratic process.
Vietnam condemns use of chemical weapons in Syria World

Vietnam condemns use of chemical weapons in Syria

Ambassador Pham Hai Anh, Chargé d’affaires ad interim of Vietnam at the UN, reiterated that Vietnam categorically condemns the use of chemical weapons in any form, by anyone, anywhere and under any circumstances during an UN Security Council (UNSC)’s open video teleconference (VTC) on February 3.
Shelter for gender-based violence victims Videos

Shelter for gender-based violence victims

Figures reveal that if the three main types of partner violence are considered - physical, sexual, and emotional - 58 percent of Vietnamese women have experienced at least one type of domestic violence in their lifetime. “Anh Duong” (Sunshine) House has been established in northern Quang Ninh province for reporting and supporting victims of violence against women and girls.
Vietnam shares concerns over persistent insecurity in Congo Politics

Vietnam shares concerns over persistent insecurity in Congo

Ambassador Pham Hai Anh, deputy head of the Vietnamese permanent mission to the UN, shared concerns over persistent insecurity and humanitarian challenges facing the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), during a UN Security Council meeting on December 7.
Engaging men in preventing violence against women, children Society

Engaging men in preventing violence against women, children

The White Ribbon Breakfast was held in Ho Chi Minh City on November 24 to encourage the participation of men and the community as a whole in preventing violence and sexual harassment against women and children, particularly in the context of COVID-19.