Vietnam on June 23 voted in favour of a United Nations (UN) resolution calling for an end to the decades-long economic, commercial and financial embargo imposed by the US against Cuba, and urged the US to reverse the current Cuba policies for the interest of both peoples and for peace, stability and development in the region and the world over.
The resolution was adopted by the UN General Assembly at a meeting the same day with 184 votes in favour, 2 against, and 3 abstentions.
The Party, the State, the Government and the people of Vietnam condemn the blockade against Cuba and stand in solidarity with the Cuban people in the face of the difficulties that this policy generates, assured in Hanoi the president of the Vietnamese Fatherland Front, Doan Van Chien.
In a world tending to cooperation, unilateral measures such as the blockade are unjust and cause difficulties for the peoples, said the Vietnamese leader upon receiving the island's new ambassador, Orlando Hernández Guillén.
The member of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Vietnam and first secretary of the Ho Chi Minh Young Communist Union, Nguyen Anh Tuan, received this afternoon in Hanoi the ambassador of Cuba, Orlando Hernández Guillén.
In the fraternal meeting, both representatives advocated to further strengthen and tighten the ties of cooperation and exchange between the young people of the two countries.
The head of the Foreign Relations Commission of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Vietnam (PCV), Le Hoai Trung, received the new Cuban ambassador, Orlando Hernández Guillén, in Hanoi.
In the fraternal meeting, the special character of the Vietnam-Cuba relations and the central role of the party ties in the preservation and promotion of the excellent level of bilateral political relations transcended.