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H NỘI General Phng Quang Thanh, former member of the Politburo and former Minister of National Defence, passed away after a period of illness at 3:45am on September 11 at his private home in H Nội, according to the Central Committee on Health Care for Senior Governmental Officials. The memorial services and burial ceremony for General Phng Quang Thanh will be announced later. General Phng Quang Thanh was born on February 2, 1949 in Thạch Đ Commune, M Linh District in the northern province of  Vĩnh Phc. He was a member of the 9th, 10th and 11th Party Central Committee and Member of the Politburo of the 10th and 11th Party Central Committee and deputy of the 11th, 12th, and 13th National Assembly. He was awarded the rank of General in July 2007. His military career is a shining example of heroic fighting spirit, resilience, will and effort to rise up. At the 10th National Party Congress in 2006, he was elected to the Party Central Committee and elected by the Party Central Committee to the Politburo and assigned as Deputy Secretary of the Central Military Commission and Defence Minister. At the 11th National Party Congress in 2011, he continued to be elected to the Party Central Committee and to the Politburo and assigned as the Deputy Secretary of the Central Military Commission. At the first session of the 13th National Assembly, General Phng Quang Thanh was approved by the National Assembly to continue to hold the position as Minister of National Defence. At the 11th session of the 13th National Assembly in April 2016, the National Assembly approved the dismissal of Phng Quang Thanh as Minister of National Defence. With many contributions to the revolutionary cause of the Party and the development and growth of the Army, comrade Phng Quang Thanh was honoured with Hero of the Peoples Armed Forces and many other noble titles. China pledges additional donation of 3 million COVID-19 vaccine doses to Vietnam Top legislator promotes bilateral ties in meetings with Finnish President, parliament speaker Vietnam values and supports the central role of the United Nations (UN) in the global governance system to respond to todays common challenges and wishes to promote all-round cooperation with the organisation, President Nguyen Xuan Phuc has reaffirmed. President Nguyen Xuan Phuc (L) and UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres. President Phuc made the statement during his separate meetings with President of the UN General Assembly Abdulla Shahid and UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres in New York on September 21. He told the two UN leaders that Vietnam is exerting utmost efforts in the fight against COVID-19, and putting the safety and health of the people first. He asked the UN to continue supporting Vietnam during this difficult time, especially in the vaccination drive. President Nguyen Xuan Phuc (L) and President of the UN General Assembly Abdulla Shahid. Phuc highlighted that Vietnam has always made effective contributions to the common work of the UN, including taking on the role of a non-permanent member of the UN Security Council for the 2020-2021 term, participating in peacekeeping operations, implementing the Sustainable Development Goals and the Paris Agreement on Climate Change, participating in elections to UN organisations and contributing to reform efforts to improve performance of the organisation. Discussing regional and international issues, the two sides emphasized the need to continue strengthening multilateralism with the UN playing a central role, and speeding up the implementation of the 2030 Agenda on Sustainable Development, and the Paris Agreement on climate change. They agreed to strengthen cooperation between the UN and ASEAN, promote ASEANs central role in solving regional issues, and support efforts of the bloc and relevant countries in maintaining peace and stability in the region, upholding respect for international law, especially the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea. The UN leaders said that they are impressed by Vietnams socio-economic development achievements and appreciated the countrys increasing role and position in the region and in the international arena. They spoke highly of Vietnams active, responsible and effective contributions to the UNs common work, especially as a non-permanent member of the UN Security Council as well as in joining UN peacekeeping missions, and implementing sustainable development goals and climate goals. The UN Secretary-General affirmed that the organisation will continue to pay attention to and support Vietnams response to the pandemic, and always stand side-by-side and assist the country in post-pandemic socio-economic recovery and development. He also expressed his wish that Vietnam will contribute more to climate change response efforts, especially raising its commitments to reducing greenhouse gas emissions towards the COP26 Conference in November 2021 in Glasgow (Scotland- UK). President Nguyen Xuan Phuc received left-wing friends from the US in New York on September 21 as part of his trip to the country to attend the high-level general debate of the United Nations General Assemblys 76th session (UNGA 76). President Nguyen Xuan Phuc (R) is welcomed at J.F. Kennedy airport (Photo: VNA) Phuc stated that the positive and continuous development of the Vietnam US relations over the past time is importantly attributable to the contributions of left-wing forces and progressive Americans. Vietnam appreciates the practical and valuable support of US leftists in the process of overcoming post-war consequences, and for the bilateral relations, thus bringing about substantive benefits to the two countries and peoples, and contributing to peace, stability, security and prosperity in the Asia-Pacific region in general and Southeast Asia in particular. The President affirmed that under the Communist Party of Vietnams sound foreign policy, Vietnam has enjoyed good relations with countries around the world despite different political regimes. He expressed his wish that American friends continue to support the friendship and cooperation between the two countries and peoples. President Nguyen Xuan Phuc receives a delegation of US friends, led by Merle Ratner, Coordinator of the US-based Vietnam Agent Orange (AO) Relief and Responsibility Campaign (Photo: VNA) Earlier, President Phuc had a meeting with a delegation of US friends, led by Merle Ratner, Coordinator of the US-based Vietnam Agent Orange (AO) Relief and Responsibility Campaign, on the occasion of the 60th anniversary in commemoration of the Agent Orange disaster in Vietnam,. He affirmed that after more than 25 years of normalisation, the bilateral Vietnam-US relationship has developed effectively, sustainably and mutually beneficially, based on the principle of respecting each others independence, vnonlinebet.com sovereignty, territorial integrity and political institutions. He spoke highly of the USs commitment to and support for addressing post-war consequences in Vietnam, thus contributing to the process of building trust with tireless efforts from both sides The Vietnamese leader showed his hope that US friends will continue to support the bilateral friendship and cooperation, especially in dealing with the consequences of Agent Orange/dioxin. Merle Ratner affirmed that she has worked for many years to canvass the US Government to fulfill its responsibility to dioxin victims in Vietnam by supporting them in all aspects, from health care to vocational training and dioxin detoxification. She pledged to continue doing all she can to support Vietnams Agent Orange/dioxin victims. President Nguyen Xuan Phuc attended the opening session of the high-level general debate of the United Nations General Assemblys 76th session on September 21 (New York time). President Nguyen Xuan Phuc attends the opening sesion of the high-level general debate of the UN General Assemblys 76th session. In photo: UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres addresses the event on September 21. (Photo: VNA) Themed Building resilience through hope to recover from COVID-19, rebuild sustainably, respond to the needs of the planet, respect the rights of people, and revitalize the United Nations, the event saw heads of state/government, prime ministers and high-ranking representatives from 193 member states, the President of the General Assembly, the UN Secretary-General along with leaders of international and regional organisations and international financial institutions. Participants discussed and put forth solutions and proposals to address global issues of common concern such as impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, recovery and sustainable development, hotspots in regions, and non-traditional challenges, including climate change and food security. Addressing the event, President of the UN General Assembly, Abdulla pledged to boost international cooperation in order to cope with and recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, toward the sustainability. He stressed the need to increase global efforts to respond to climate change, reduce poverty, promote and protect human rights, ensuring no one is left behind. UN Secretary-General Antonio Gutuerres called for the international communitys prompt actions and cooperation to seek solutions to a series of crises such as COVID-19 and climate change. He emphasised priority to speeding up the implementation of sustainable development goals, and promoting equal access to COVID-19 vaccines. The annual high-level general debate will last till September 27. President Nguyen Xuan Phuc is scheduled to delivered a speech on September 22 afternoon (New York time), in which he proposes comprehensive, long-term solutions to urgent international issues, contributing to maintaining global peace and security and promoting sustainable and inclusive development in the globe. On the occasion, President Phuc will have meetings with senior leaders of countries, international organisations, and join summits within the framework of the UN General Assemblys 76th session. On the sidelines of the general debate, President Phuc met with Prime Minister of Ireland Micheal Martin./.