Czech media outlets laud Vietnam’s multilateral cooperation stance

26/9/2021| 22:06

Major media outlets of the Czech Republic have made positive comments on Vietnamese State President Nguyen Xuan Phuc’s speech at the recent 76th UN General Assembly, calling for multilateral cooperation and observation of international law in addressing global challenges. publishes an article highlighting Vietnam's view on promoting multilateral cooperation and upholding international law in addressing global challenges including COVID-19, climate change and maritime disputes. highly appreciated Vietnam’s proposal to promote international cooperation in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, with priority given to providing vaccines to countries with a low vaccination rate, and at the same time creating favourable conditions for developing countries to cooperate in vaccine production and engagement in vaccine supply chains.

The online paper also shared Vietnam’s view that countries should increase cooperation to deal with and mitigate the negative impact of climate change such as natural disasters, environmental pollution, and biodiversity degradation.

Developed countries need to provide poor and developing countries with finance, technology and capacity building to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and prevent and mitigate natural disasters towards a green and circular economy.

Meanwhile, also published an article highlighting President Phuc’s speech on promoting multilateral cooperation and upholding international law with the United Nations playing its central role in solving global challenges, including the East Sea issue.

According to the author, Vietnam’s view is consistent with the current movement of the multipolar world, which requires cooperation and joint efforts of the international community in responding to global challenges.

The author stressed that Vietnam shows a strong determination to join ASEAN in settling the East Sea issue by peaceful measures based on international law, including the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), contributing to preventing conflicts for peace and cooperation and development in the region and the world at large.