Changing US Chemical Companies’ Attitude


(VOV) – “The US must admit its responsibility and compensate the Agent Orange victims in Vietnam. It is your moral obligation. Sooner or later, it has to be done”, said Len Aldis, Secretary of the Britain-Vietnam Friendship Society.

Len Aldis has organised a number of activities to advocate the Vietnamese AO victims’ lawsuit against the US chemical companies since the first days of the lawsuit. On the occasion of attending the second International Conference on victims of AO in Vietnam, he granted a small talk with VOVNews reporters.

Reporter: Seven years ago, you actively advocated the Vietnamese AO victims’ lawsuit. Since then what have you done to support AO victims and their struggle for justice?

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