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March, 06 2014 09:31:55

VN monitoring Ukraine situation

HA NOI (VNS)— Viet Nam is maintaining a close watch on the situation in Ukraine, Vietnamese Foreign Ministry spokesman Le Hai Binh said yesterday.

"Viet Nam hopes that stability will soon resume in Ukraine and all issues will be solved by law in the Ukrainian people's interests, and for peace and development in the region and the world," Binh said in response to reporters' questions on Viet Nam's reaction to recent developments in the European country.

Viet Nam is concerned and has asked Ukraine to ensure the security and safety of people and property from the Vietnamese community living, studying and doing business in Ukraine, he emphasised. — VNS


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