“Some members of the Non-Aligned Movement have become victims of the geopolitical fight between the great powers. Mechanisms of multilateralism must be widely developed today”, said the Vice President of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam Dang Thi Ngok Thinh in the debates of the XVIII Baku Summit of Heads of State and Government of the Non-Aligned Movement member states today, APA reports.
Vice President noted that Vietnam stands for the full elimination of economic sanctions imposed on Cuba: “We would like the Non-Aligned Movement to be more active in addressing the conflicts and tensions that exist in the Korean peninsula and the African continent. We are engaged in the protection of the national interests of the member states around the world, and we want that all nations should live in peace and economic growth should be ensured. We will continue to take steps based on Bandung principles. Vietnam is one of the most active countries in the fight against global terrorism”.