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VPDF President receives International Peace Bureau leader
VPDF President Nguyễn Thị Bình on February 11th received Colin Archer, Secretary-General of the Nobel Peace Prize laureate International Peace Bureau (IPB), who was on his first-ever tour of Vietnam.
Colin Archer, whose involvement in politics began in the early 1970s with demonstrations in Great Britain against the US war in Vietnam, said he was happy to see the country rising surprisingly from the heavy consequences of war. He promised to help mobilize efforts, especially in the West, in support of Vietnamese victims of the dioxin-laden Agent Orange used by US forces during the war.
Nguyễn Thị Bình expressed her high appreciation of campaigns sponsored by peace organizations in Western Europe and America for an end to the Vietnam war, and her wish for ever greater achievements of the IPB in the future. She recalled to her guest her first time in London in 1969 when she attended and addressed a huge peace rally in Trafalgar Square.
The IPB Secretary-General also had a working session with Phạm Văn Chương, President of the Vietnam Committee for Asian-African-Latin American Solidarity and Copperation, and Nguyễn Văn Huỳnh, Vice-President of the Vietnam Peace Committee. They briefed each other of activities planned by their respective organizations for the time ahead, notably concerning peace education. Colin Archer focused on the programs Disarmament for Sustainable Development and Centenary of the First World War (1914-2014). His Vietnamese interlocutors dealt with support for Agent Orange and other war victims, and issues related to the South China Sea. Future cooperation was discussed, with emphasis laid on initiatives related to peace and security at the coming Asia-Europe People’s Forum (AEPF) in Milan, Italy./.




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