Vietnam joins forces with American Jewish Committee for Policy Research

In Hanoi on March 19, Phan Anh Son, Chairman of the Viet Nam Union of Friendship Organizations, met with Shira Loewenberg, Director of the Asia Pacific Institute, American Jewish Committee (AJC). The purpose of the meeting was to discuss potential collaborations in the field of foreign policy research.

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During the meeting, Phan Anh Son, Chairman of the Viet Nam Union of Friendship Organizations, proposed active information exchange between the two sides to explore opportunities for collaboration in research programs and discussions on international and regional political issues.

Phan Anh Son (right), Chairman of the Viet Nam Union of Friendship Organizations, and Shira Loewenberg, Director of Asia Pacific Institute, American Jewish Committee (AJC), at the meeting (Photo: Dinh Hoa).

The host also briefed the guest on the country’s development policy, foreign policy, the structure, functions, and tasks of the Viet Nam Union of Friendship Organizations, as well as the activities of the Vietnam – America Friendship Association.

Shira Loewenberg stated that the purpose of her business trip to Vietnam is to enhance exchanges and cooperation with ministries, branches, and relevant agencies. Based on the information gathered from the trip, a proposal for a working visit of AJC leaders and members to Vietnam at the end of 2024 will be prepared.

The American Jewish Committee (AJC), established in 1906 by a small group of American Jews, is determined that the best way to protect Jewish populations in danger would be to work towards a world in which all peoples are accorded respect and dignity. In addition to its New York headquarters and Office of Government & International Affairs in Washington, D.C., AJC has regional offices and independent affiliates across the U.S. and overseas, in addition to a multitude of global partnerships.
Huyen Nhung – Dinh Hoa