Freemuse sends appeal letter to president of Vietnam


05 November 2012

Freemuse sends appeal letter to president of Vietnam

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Email from: Freemuse
Sent: 5 November 2012 13:13
To: Embassy of Vietnam in Denmark 
Subject: Freemuse appeal – Att: The Ambassador
Priority: High

Dear Ambassador,

Freemuse is an international organisation with special consultative status to the UN.
Please find attached an appeal from Freemuse regarding the imprisonment of two singers in your country.

We request you to forward this appeal to His Excellency Truong Tan Sang, President of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam.

We welcome any dialogue with you and your government.

This letter was sent with carboncopy to The Office of the UN Special Rapporteur on Culture, the EU, The Swedish Embassy in Vietnam, The Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Danish Ambassador to Vietnam and Ifex


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