U.N. Secretary General António Guterres on Thursday congratulated Vietnam for securing a seat at the Human Rights Council for the 2023-25 term.
In a meeting with Vietnam ambassador Dang Hoang Giang at the U.N. headquarters in New York, Guterres said he believed Vietnam would continue to effectively and positively contribute to the promotion and protection of human rights, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Guterres said he would officially visit Vietnam in commemoration of the 45th year anniversary of Vietnam joining the U.N. (1977-2022). He said the visit would show a strong message about the U.N.’s appreciation for the Vietnam-U.N. relationship over the past 45 years.
Giang said Guterres’s visit would help bolster the Vietnam-U.N. relationship, and would be a testament for Vietnam’s commitments and efforts for the organization’s mutual affairs.
Vietnam on Tuesday became one of 14 countries elected by the United Nations General Assembly to the UN Human Rights Council for the 2023-25 term. Others are Algeria, Bangladesh, Belgium, Chile, Costa Rica, Georgia, Germany, Kyrgyzstan, Maldives, Morocco, Romania, South Africa, and Sudan.
This is the second time Vietnam has been elected to the UNHCR after 2014-16.
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