Ambassador Dang Hoàng Giang, Vietnam’s Permanent Ambassador to the United Nations, recently met with Vietnam’s close and longtime friend John McAuliff in New York.
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Ambassador Dang Hoang Giang (Law)John McAuliffe, President of the Permanent Mission of Vietnam to the United Nations and of New York.
Photo: VNA / CVN
John McAuliffe noted the many diplomatic missions he has undertaken in the past and the Future Fund for Reconciliation and Development and some of the activities planned for the future to enhance transactions between individuals and NGOs from the United States. Vietnam. He praised Vietnam’s achievements in multilateral foreign affairs and expressed his desire to participate in future mission activities.
Ambassador Dang Hoang Giang noted his enthusiastic views on some key international issues at the United Nations and hoped that John McAuliffe would continue to coordinate with the Vietnamese Mission and related organizations to build understanding between the Vietnamese and American people.
John McAuliff, born in 1942, has maintained a close relationship with the Vietnamese Embassy in the UN since the creation of the Vietnam Observer Mission to the UN in 1975. He first visited Hanoi on April 30, 1975, after which he returned to Vietnam several times. Method.
Since 1975, he has established and led the Reconciliation and Development Foundation Fund for Educational Exchanges and Philanthropy aimed at promoting the normalization of relations between Vietnam and the United States.
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