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Vietnam, Australia cooperate on AO dioxin victims’ struggle for justice A Vietnam Association for Victims of Agent Orange/Dioxin (VAVA) delegation, led by Chairman Nguyen Van Rinh, has paid a working visit to Australia to further AO victims’ campaign for justice in Vietnam, Australia, and New Zealand.

VAVA leaders’ first visit to Australia is intent on strengthening the association’s international campaign by connecting with Australian charities and human rights activists interested in fighting on behalf of Agent Orange survivors in Vietnam, Australia, New Zealand, and other countries.

VAVA Chairman Rinh said information provided by the delegation will help the Australian Government and people learn more about the impacts of AO on the environment and health of Vietnamese people and the war veterans allied with the US during the war in Vietnam.

During its one-week visit (March 3-10), the delegation will meet activists who struggle for justice for AO/dioxin victims in New South Wales, Tasmania, and Victoria.

At a meeting with related agencies in Sydney, the delegation answered questions on constructing a war museum and the future prospects for the struggle for justice on behalf of AO victims everywhere.


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