VN expresses concern over Gaza violence
HAØ NOIÄ Vietä Nam is concerned about escalating tension and violence in the Gaza Strip over recent days, which killed and injured many Palestinians, Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Leâ Thò Thu Hanè g said at a regular press briefing yesterday.
Replying to questions about Vieät Nams reaction to the USs opening of its embassy in Jerusalem and rising tension in the region, the spokesperson said Vieät Nam protests the use of violence and calls for restraint and an end to escalating tensions.
Vietä Nam once again calls for the settlement of conflicts by peaceful measures and efforts to seek a comprehensive, fair and sustainable solution, while ensuring safety for civilians and the legitimate interests of concerned parties as well as peace and stability in the region, Hanè g said.
She stressed Vietä Nams stance that all solutions related to Jerusalem should adhere to international law, especially resolutions of the United Nations, with consensus of related parties.
Vietä Nam maintains the consistent position of supporting the just struggle of the Palestinian people and the two-State solution with the establishment of a State of Palestine that co-exists in peace with the State of Israel along the pre-1967 border and with East Jerusalem as the capital of the Palestine, the spokesperson said.
Regarding the USs withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal, the spokesperson made clear that Vietä Nam supports dialogue to seek peaceful solutions to all disputes.
We hope that all parties of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Actions (JCPOA) will persevere in negotiating to find a solution that can bring long-term peace and stability for the region and the world as a whole, she said.
Asked to comment on the meeting between US President Donald Trump and leader of the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea Kim Jong Un on June 12 in Singapore, spokesperson Hanè g said Vietä Nam supports all constructive efforts to settle disputes through peaceful dialogue, contributing to peace, security and stability on the Korean peninsula in particular and the world in general. VNS