Vietnam’s active participation in the UN peacekeeping activities has shown the country’s greater efforts in implementing its duty in one of the UN’s important activities.
Deputy Defence Minister Senior Lieutenant General Nguyen Chi Vinh hands over the President's Decision to Major Do Thi Hang Nga to take part in the UN peacekeeping mission in South Sudan, October 30, 2017, Hanoi
Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung, UN Under-Secretary-General Ameerah Haq and two Vietnamese officers preparing to take part in the UN peacekeeping mission, May 27, 2014
Lieutenant-General Vo Van Tuan, Deputy Chief of the General Staff, Deputy Head of the Ministry of Defense's Committee for Peacekeeping Vietnam works with UN leaders and professional agencies in New York, October 14-16, 2014
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon and Deputy Defence Minister Senior Lieutenant General Nguyen Chi Vinh pose in a group photo with delegates of the Vietnam Peacekeeping Centre at a meeting reviewing one year Vietnam join the UN peacekeeping mission in Hanoi, May 23, 2015
Experts from the UN’s Assessment and Advisory Visit (AAV) visits Brigade 249, Sapper High Command, June 27, 2017
Experts at a conference in Hanoi to discuss plans for field hospitals, August 8,2017
Deputy Defence Minister Senior Lieutenant General Nguyen Chi Vinh meets with officials, soldiers of Vietnam’s field hospital level 2, No 1 in South Sudan, February 2,2019
Vietnamese delegates at a conference on women’s role in UN’s peacekeeping activities in New York, April 11,2019
Deputy Foreign Minister Le Hoai Trung, head of Vietnam’s permanent mission to the UN delivers a speech at the UNSC’s open debate on women’s role in UN’s peacekeeping activities in New York, April 11, 2019
Senior Lieutenant General Nguyen Chi Vinh meets with officials and soldiers of Vietnam’s field hospital level 2, No 1 in South Sudan, February 26,2019
An experience exchange between Vietnam and France’s UN’s peacekeeping forces in Hanoi, December 7, 2016
If elected to the UN Security Council (UNSC), Vietnam will have more opportunities to prove its capability and play a more important role in regional and global issues.
Vietnam has a big opportunity to win a non-permanent seat at the United Nations Security Council for the 2020-2021 term, Ambassador Dang Dinh Quy, head of Vietnam’s permanent mission to the UN, has said.
Over the past four decades, Vietnam has received tremendous support from the UN and its members and demonstrated its responsible member of the United Nations (UN) since joining the int'l; community.