The Hanoitimes – The fellowship has been initiated by the US Mission in Vietnam. In honor of Senator McCain’s contributions and those of his former U.S. Senate colleague and long-time collaborator on U.S.-Vietnam issues, John Kerry, the US Mission in Vietnam will launch the McCain/Kerry Fellowship, the US embassy in Hanoi has said in a statement. Each year a young Vietnamese leader committed to public service will travel on a U.S. study tour, deepening ties between the two peoples and furthering the positive legacy of Senator McCain. “The US Embassy and Consulate General in Vietnam mourn the passing of Senator John McCain. For decades, he championed the U.S.-Vietnam relationship, bravely forging a path for our two nations to transform from enemies to partners”, written in the latest announcement of the US Mission in Vietnam over the death of Senator John McCain. “He will be sorely missed”, the statement said. US Senator John McCain. Photo: Getty The U.S. Embassy will open a condolence book from August 27-29, from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm at Rose Garden Tower, 170 Ngoc Khanh. All who wish to share a message with the McCain Family are welcome, according to the embassy. Senator John Sidney McCain… Read full this story
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