(CPV)- After a thirty two day trip to the United States calling on the support from those who care about the Agent Orange issue in Vietnam, the US and the world, a delegation led by head of the Danang City Association of Victims of Agent Orange, Ms Nguyen Thi Hien, came back to Vietnam. Speaking with the press on May 18, Ms Hien said that the delegation had participated in meetings and called on support for AO victims in 7 cities in the US, including Los Angeles, Chicago, Atlanta, New York, Washington DC, Seattle and San Francisco. The delegation met with veterans, students and overseas Vietnamese to inform them of the situation of Vietnamese AO victims; studied the struggle by US AO victims; and coordinated to promote the common struggle by AO victims of the two countries. Ms Hien said that during meetings, the delegation received enthusiastic support from US classes. “They listened to us, showed sympathy and shared with AO victims,” she said. Ms Hien and Mr Pham The Minh, a member of the delegation and AO victim from Haiphong City, shared moving stories with the press. “While speaking with students in Jones College Prep in Los Angeles and…
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