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AMBASSADOR NGUYEN HONG THACH WORKED WITH THE STATE MIGRATION SERVICE OF UKRAINE
mbassador Nguyen Hong Thach worked with the State Migration Service of Ukraine
On June 21, 2022, Ambassador of Viet Nam to Ukraine Nguyen Hong Thach had a working meeting with the State Migration Service of Ukraine and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine at the headquarters of the State Migration Service.
Attending the meeting, there were Director of the State Migration Service of Ukraine Natalia Naumenko, Head of the International Relations Department Denys Shpak, and Head of the Visas Office of the Department General for Consular Service from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Yevhen Shkvyra.
Ambassador Nguyen Hong Thach worked with the State Migration Service of Ukraine and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine. Photo by Emb.
The Ukrainian authorities thanked Viet Nam for its humanitarian assistance to the Ukrainian people in the context of the war and emphasized friendship in difficult times. They highly appreciated the active and well-organized evacuation process of Vietnamese citizens, thereby helping to reduce the workload on the Ukrainian authorities when dealing with a very large number of evacuees. The authorities believed that the two sides should continue to tightly cooperate in citizen protection to meet the demands of the actual situation.
In his return, Ambassador Nguyen Hong Thach briefly informed about the situation of the Vietnamese community in Ukraine before and after the war. He stressed their difficulties and problems now when they wanted to return to Ukraine to live and work. The Ambassador requested the Ukrainian authorities to issue appropriate measures to meet the legitimate aspirations of the Vietnamese community. Particularly, special attention should be paid to those who had been in Ukraine before but now lost important documents like the residence permits.
The two sides agreed that there would be instructions for citizens to deal with their problems on a case-by-case basis. The two sides would also meet directly to coordinate when needed./.
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