Foreign minister Bui Thanh Son on Tuesday called on Russia to continue to keep humanitarian corridors open and ensure the safety of civilians, including Vietnamese, in Ukraine.
Son raised the issues in a phone call with his Russian counterpart, Sergey Lavrov, the Vietnamese Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a press release.
He reiterated Vietnam’s consistent stance that international disputes and disagreements should be resolved through peaceful means in compliance with the U.N. Charter and international law, especially the principle of respect for the independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity of states.
He said both sides should exercise restraint, reduce tensions and continue to talk to find a lasting solution in conformity with international law and taking into account their legitimate interests.
Vietnam is willing to join the international community in facilitating this process, he said.
Lavrov said Russia would try its best to assist in the safe evacuation of Vietnamese citizens from the war zone.
He expressed deep appreciation for Vietnam’s role in and contribution to global peace, stability, development, and cooperation.
Over 4,500 Vietnamese nationals have evacuated Ukraine and reached neighboring countries so far. There were around 7,000 of them in Ukraine, mainly in Kharkiv, Odessa and Kiev, when Russia launched its attack in late Feb.
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