Vietnam reaffirms commitment to ILO universal values

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(VOVWORLD) - Ambassador Le Thi Tuyet Mai has reaffirmed Vietnam's commitment to the universal values of the International Labor Organization (ILO), at its ongoing International Labor Conference in Geneva this week. 
Vietnam reaffirms commitment to ILO universal values - ảnh 1Ambassador Le Thi Tuyet Mai, Head of the Permanent Representative of Vietnam to the UN, World Trade Organization and other international organizations in Geneva (Switzerland) during a session. (Photo: VNA)

In her speech, the head of the Vietnamese Delegation to the UN, WTO and other international organizations in Geneva held that Vietnam supports ILO Director-General Gilbert F. Houngbo’s report on the promotion of social justice, as well as his efforts and initiatives for boosting employment and social security towards decent work and an equitable transition serving the realization of the goals set by the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and of the ILO's mission of promoting social justice and decent employment for all.

Mai stated that Vietnam is committed to further overhauling and completing related policies and laws as well as joining hands with other ILO members to tackle challenges facing the future of employment and promote social justice.

The 111th International Labor Conference has been attended by worker, employer and government delegates from the ILO's 187 member states, who are addressing a wide range of issues, including a just transition towards sustainable and inclusive economies, quality apprenticeships, and labor protection.