Vietnam completed the term of the UN Security Council with many positive echoes


Vietnam completed the term of the UN Security Council with many positive echoes

State President Nguyen Xuan Phuc said that Vietnam has actively and actively participated in, proposed many initiatives, and made substantial contributions to the work of the Security Council.

State President Nguyen Xuan Phuc speaks at the 76th United Nations General Assembly High-Level Debate. (Photo: VNA)

On December 31, Vietnam completed its term as a non-permanent member of the United Nations Security Council 2020-2021, leaving important imprints and bringing practical benefits to the country. President Nguyen Xuan Phuc sent a message on this occasion. Investment Newspaper would like to introduce the full text of the President’s message.

Joining in the joy of people around the globe to welcome the New Year 2022, all of us Vietnamese seem to be more and more happy and proud of having successfully completed our responsibilities. Non-permanent member of the United Nations Security Council for the 2020-2021 term.

At this time, two years ago, with the high trust of the international community with 192/193 votes, the two-word nameplate “Vietnam” was solemnly placed in the meeting room of the Security Council. United Nations, the agency of primary importance in maintaining international peace and security. This is the pride, but also the great challenge of Vietnam, in the context of complicated developments in the world, regions, and heavy impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Promoting the new position and strength of the country, with great efforts, with the support and cooperation of UN member states, Vietnam has actively and actively participated in, proposed many initiatives, make a substantial contribution to the work of the Security Council, with the overarching message of “Partners for Sustainable Peace” in seeking solutions to prevent and handle conflicts, connect and cooperate with the Security Council with ASEAN, and respond to challenges to international peace and security, on the basis of compliance with the United Nations Charter. and international law.

Joining the Security Council, Vietnam has clearly demonstrated its foreign policy of independence and self-reliance for peace, friendship, cooperation and development, multilateralization, diversification and comprehensive international integration. extensive. From a poor country, receiving aid, Vietnam has risen to become an active partner, proactively contributing responsibly and joining the United Nations in solving many global issues of peace, security and development. In the world. In behaving, Vietnam confidently carries the mentality of a country that loves peace, filial piety, humility, humanity, compassion, respect for justice, with a heroic history of building and defending the Fatherland, affirming Vietnam’s diplomatic identity in the Ho Chi Minh era.

That process also shows the image of a dynamic and innovative Vietnam, with a strong message about the vision and aspiration to develop a powerful country by 2045 set out at the 13th Party Congress.

Vietnam’s efforts at the Security Council, along with the overall success of foreign affairs in general, have contributed to preserving a peaceful, stable and favorable environment for development and comprehensive integration of the country. country, contributing to enhancing Vietnam’s position, deepening and effective relations with other countries and partners.

Vietnam has ended its term as a non-permanent member of the Security Council with many positive reviews, in tune with the common aspiration of the international community for a peaceful and sustainable world without war. conflict; no more poverty and inequality. That echo instills more confidence, gives more impetus for Vietnam to step up and elevating multilateral foreign policy serve the development of the country.

Joining hands with the international community today, is a New Vietnam confident, ready to shoulder many international responsibilities for peace and sustainable development.