Vietnamese peacekeepers

Update news Vietnamese peacekeepers

A total of 63 Vietnamese peacekeepers at the Vietnamese Level-2 field Hospital No. 3 (L2FH3) in South Sudan have been honoured with UN Peacekeeping medals.

Four surgeries in succession by Vietnam’s blue-beret doctors in South Sudan

Among the patients, three cases were diagnosed with chronic appendicitis - a rare condition.

Vietnamese “blue beret” soldiers with aspirations for world peace

“Let us live in peace and love. Let us forget recent things”. 

Vietnam’s peacekeeping force wins high appreciation

The peacekeeping force of Vietnam has made considerable contributions over the past years, which have won the recognition and high evaluation from the United Nations and international friends, 

Growing vegetables in Africa, Vietnamese solders respected by international friends

Each soldier and officer in the People’s Army serving in the Vietnam’s Green Beret force acts as an ambassador and a bridge that links Vietnam and other countries in their missions.

Three more Vietnamese officers to join UN peacekeeping missions

The Ministry of Defence held a ceremony on October 22 to assign three officers to join the UN peacekeeping missions in South Sudan and the Central African Republic.

Vietnamese peacekeepers report on COVID-19 prevention

Vietnamese forces engaged in UN peacekeeping missions in the Central African Republic and South Sudan reported on the COVID-19 situation in their areas via a video conference in Hanoi on Monday.

Vietnamese peacekeepers in South Sudan steel themselves for COVID-19 fight

As war-ravaged South Sudan confirmed its first case of COVID-19 last week, medical officers of Vietnam’s second level-2 field hospital stand ready to join the fight against the pandemic while undertaking their UN peacekeeping mission in the country.

Australian military aircraft carries Vietnamese peacekeepers to South Sudan

 VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnam’s first contingent to participate in a UN peacekeeping mission left HCM City for South Sudan on Tuesday morning on Australia’s largest military transport aircraft.

First Vietnamese peacekeepers start journey to war-torn South Sudan

 VietNamNet Bridge – Hidden at the bottom of Thu’s heavy army backpack was a well-wrapped jar of salt. It was a gift from her mother given the last time the two met, and Thu planned to take it to the war-torn South Sudan