(VOV) - Vice Chairwoman of the Vietnam National Assembly Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan tells about the country’s economic success in an interview granted to an Indian television.
(VOV) -Representatives from the Vietnamese Embassy and the Sri Lanka-Vietnam Friendship Foundation on February 18 visited the Association for Victims of Agent Orange/Dioxin (VAVA), presenting gifts to AO victims.
(VOV) - The American non-profit organisation, Soldier’s Heart Initiative, has conducted charity activities across Vietnam aimed at healing American war veterans’ souls and delivering a message of peace and love.
A project to detect and clear bombs, mines and unexploded ordnance (UXO) commenced in the central province of Quang Nam on October 12.
The first meeting of Vietnam-Germany Strategic Management Group took place in Berlin on September 10.
Major media agencies in the US on August 9 ran wide coverage on the US’s direct engagement in cleaning up Agent Orange/dioxin at Vietnam’s Danang airport nearly 40 years since the war ended.
Deputy Defense Minister Senior Lieutenant General Nguyen Chi Vinh received in Hanoi on August 9 a delegation of the US House of Representatives’ Armed Services Committee.
Vietnam and the US will strengthen ties in non-proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, anti-terrorism, drugs and transnational crimes prevention, disaster relief, sea security, and search and rescue activities.
The US government attaches great importance to fostering relations with Vietnam in its Asia-Pacific policy, says US Defence Secretary Leon Panetta.
Together with State diplomacy, people-to-people diplomacy has made great contributions to the past struggles for national independence and to the country’s current process of socio-economic development.
Eighty Vietnamese victims of Agent Orange/dioxin will go to the Republic of Korea (RoK) under a treatment and friendship exchange program held for the first time by the RoK side.
The Nation carried an article by Nipakporn Pengkaew expressing admiration for the steadfastness and bravery of the Vietnamese people during their past struggle against foreign aggressors.
A 15-member delegation of the Veterans for Peace (VFP) led by chairman of its chapter 160, Suel D.Jone, is visiting Vietnam from April 17 to May 1.
A Peace Trees Vietnam (PTVN) delegation including 18 members, most of them American veterans, has been received by the President of the Vietnam Union of Friendship Organizations (VUFO), Vu Xuan Hong, in Hanoi.
Vietnam is an example of poverty reduction, Mexican congressmen said at a welcome ceremony on June 28 for Vietnam’s new ambassador to Mexico, Le Thanh Tung.