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February, 21 2014 07:00:00

VN, US boost humanitarian ties

Viet Nam Red Cross Chairman Nguyen Hai Duong and American Red Cross Vice President Harold Wayne Brooks.— Photo cpv

HA NOI (VNS) — Viet Nam and the United States said they would boost co-operation in humanitarian activities at a meeting between Viet Nam Red Cross Chairman Nguyen Hai Duong and American Red Cross Vice President Harold Wayne Brooks in Ha Noi yesterday.

The two societies will continue to focus on disaster response and prevention; climate change adaptation; institutional development, the disabled and war victims support; HIV/AIDS prevention; first aid; and traffic safety. — VNS


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