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Your card or letter may seem a small, insignificant thing to you, but to Randy, your words become a treasured keepsake to inspire and motivate him whilst on his present journey. Letters can be addressed via the Canadian Embassy.

    Randy James Sachs
    Embassy of Canada, Hanoi
    Consular Department
    31 Hung Vuong
    Hanoi, Vietnam

A few simple rules to writing letters:
  • When writing always be polite. Introduce yourself and explain why you have decided to write.
  • Don't judge Randy because he has already been judged.
  • Write on the basis that authorities will read your letter. Write about appropriate topics, non-political and offer positive support. Show respect for the authorities and prison officers. They have a very difficult job to do.
  • Let Randy know you visited his campaign page at the Foreign Prisoner Support Service. Often it is a little daunting to get a letter from a complete stranger and not knowing how they came by your information.
  • Feedback is important. So please let us know if you do make contact and how it all goes. Thank you!

  • CANADIAN EMBASSY
    Consular Officers do a remarkable job in supporting Canadians detained overseas. Please always be respectful when contacting them, and understand that their jobs are often most difficult.

      Embassy of Canada, Hanoi
      Consular Department
      31 Hung Vuong
      Hanoi, Vietnam
      Phone: +84 (4) 734 5000
      Fax: +84 (4) 734 5049
      Email: hanoi@international.gc.ca

    [Do not send emails to Randy Sachs. This email address is strictly for consular enquiries only] Consular hours of Work: Monday to Thursday - 8:30 - 11:00 and 13:30 - 17:00 and Friday - 8:30 - 13:30

    Canadian Consular Affairs Bureau
    For enquiries about Canadians detained overseas.

      Marie-Pierre Martel
      Case Management Officer/Agent de gestion des dossiers
      North and East Asia/Asie de l'Est et du Nord
      Consular Affairs Bureau/Direction des affaires consulaires (CNO)
      Foreign Affairs Canada/ Affaires étrangères Canada
      125 Sussex Ottawa, On.
      K1A 0G2
      Tel.: (613) 944-1192 ou/or 1-800-387-3124
      Fax: (613) 996-5358

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