VIET NAM / GUTERRES VISIT

21-Oct-2022 00:04:37
Secretary-General Antonio Guterres arrived in Viet Nam where he, upon arrival, met with the State President Nguyen Xuan Phuc and later with the General Secretary of the Communist Party Nguyen Phu Trong. UN VIET NAM
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STORY: VIET NAM / GUTERRES VISIT
TRT: 04:37
SOURCE: UN VIET NAM
RESTRICTIONS: NONE
LANGUAGE: ENGLISH / NATS

DATELINE: 21 OCTOBER 2022, HANOI, VIET NAM
SHOTLIST
1. Wide shot, airplane arriving at Noi Bai Airport
2. Wide shot, Honour Guard standing in the rain
3. Zoom in, Secretary-General António Guterres being welcomed
4. Wide shot, Guterres walking on tarmac
5. Wide shot, exterior, presidential palace flags over fountain
6. Wide shot, flower UN emblem
7. Various shots, Honour Guard
8. Various shots, children waving flags
9. Med shot, motorcade arriving
10. Med shot, Guterres Getting out from car, shaking hand and a hug with Vietnamese President, Nguyen Xuan Phuc
11. Wide shot, children waving flags
12. Wide shot, Guterres and Phuc exchanging handshakes
13. Wide shot, meeting room
14. Various shots, Phuc and Guterres dialogue
15. Various shots, Honour Guard in front of the mausoleum of Ho Chi Minh
16. Med shot, guards carrying a large wreath, with a banner in English, reading: Homage to President Ho Chi Minh - Secretary-General of the United Nations Antonio Guterres
17. Wide shot, Guterres standing in front of the mausoleum with a delegation
18. Med shot, Guterres fixing the banner on the wreath and spent a moment of silence
19. Wide shot, Guterres walking off
20. Various shots, Guterres walking with Phuc walking around Ho Chi Minh’s living quarters
21. Various shots, Guterres signing book
22. Various shots, Phuc and Guterres feeding fish in Ho Chi Minh's fishpond
23. Wide shot, exterior Headquarters of the Communist Party
24. Pan left, Guterres walking in
25. Wide shot, Guterres shaking hands with Vietnamese Communist Party General Secretary, Nguyen Phu Trong
26. Various shots, Guterres and Trong conversation
27. Various shots, Phuc and Guterres walking into International Convention Centre
28. SOUNDBITE (English) António Guterres, Secretary- General, United Nations:
“Viet Nam achieved - and in some cases exceeded - most Millennium Development Goals. And despite heavy global headwinds, Viet Nam is fully committed to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. What a powerful testament to the resilience and the hard work of Vietnamese people and for policies that place people at the heart of development."
29. Med shot, audience listening
30. SOUNDBITE (English) António Guterres, Secretary- General, United Nations:
“If the world does not cut emissions by 45 percent by 2030, then achieving net zero by 2050 will be a pipe dream. And that would mean a climate nightmare for billions of people. We need all hands on deck now to realize an energy transition that is global, sustainable, just inclusive and equitable. And Vietnam is stepping up with your bold decision to accelerate your phase out of coal, jumpstart renewables revolution and achieve net zero by 2050."
31. Med shot, audience listening
32. SOUNDBITE (English) António Guterres, Secretary- General, United Nations:
“Human rights are at the heart of unleashing the best of all societies. They build solidarity, they promote inclusion, equality and gross. They underwrite freedom and ensure lasting stability. Your election is as a reminder of the obligations of every member state to uphold human rights in all its dimensions from social, economic and cultural to political and civil rights.”
33. Pan right, Guterres leaving the venue
STORYLINE
Secretary-General Antonio Guterres arrived in Viet Nam today (21 Oct) where he, upon arrival, met with the State President Nguyen Xuan Phuc and later with the General Secretary of the Communist Party Nguyen Phu Trong.

He also took part in a ceremony to commemorate the 45th anniversary of Viet Nam’s membership in the United Nations.

In his remarks, the Secretary-General said we need justice, greater solidarity and greater cooperation, and nowhere do we need it more – and more urgently – than in our fight against the climate crisis.

He emphasized that action on loss and damage is a moral imperative that must be front and centre at the forthcoming COP-27 Climate Conference in Sharm-el-Sheikh, Egypt.

The Secretary-General also stressed the need to ensure respect for fundamental freedoms – including freedom of expression and association. To protect civil society working to bring these rights to life – and to ensure their full engagement – from journalists and human rights defenders to environmental advocates.

The Secretary-General said that the UN looks forward to deepening its work with Viet Nam for peace, sustainable development, as well as human rights for all. His full remarks were shared with you.
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