The relations between Vietnam and France as well as Europe since the signing of the 1954 Geneva Agreement on the restoration of peace in Vietnam is the focus of an ongoing international workshop in Paris.
(VOV) - France and Vietnam have agreed to cooperate in the training of peace-keeping forces within the framework of United Nations activities, Lieutenant Colonel Nadia-Piercy has said.
Vietnam and China have issued a joint statement on further deepening their comprehensive strategic cooperative partnership in the new period, on the occasion of Premier Li Keqiang’s official visit to Vietnam from October 13-15.
(VOV) - HCM City will do its utmost to realize Vietnam-Laos cooperation agreements and expand cooperation with Vientiane capital and other southern Lao provinces.
The win in the recent election by left-wing candidate Francois Hollande is a good sign for France-Vietnam relationship, said former French Ambassador to Vietnam Claude Blanchemaison.
Vietnam’s foreign affairs activities have greatly contributed to national development, taking advantage of external resources and protecting national interests and territorial integrity.
Vietnam is a key pillar in India’s Look East policy, and the latter is committed to building closer relations with the former both bilaterally and multilaterally, says President Pratibha Devisingh Patil.
Almost 180 domestic and international delegates will attend the Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) Green Growth Forum held in Hanoi on October 3-4 as an initiative of Vietnam at the eighth Asia - Europe Summit in Belgium last year.
Hanoi is putting the finishing touches to several works in preparation for the 16th ASEAN Summit, which will take place in the capital city in a few days’ time.
Finnish Prime Minister Matti Vanhanen will pay an official visit to Vietnam on November 15-17 at the invitation of PM Nguyen Tan Dung. The visit is expected to promote friendship and multifaceted cooperation between the two countries.
Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung is paying an official visit to India from July 4-7 at the invitation of his Indian counterpart Manmohan Singh. The visit aims to reaffirm Vietnam’s consistent policy of consolidating and strengthening relations of traditional friendship and comprehensive cooperation with India, particularly when India’s role and prestige is increasing in the region and across the world.
Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung and his entourage returned to Hanoi on September 12 after successfully concluding the working visits to the European Commission (EC), Belgium and attending the sixth Asia-Europe Summit (ASEM 6).
Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung’s working visits to the EC and Belgium are aimed at raising Vietnam’s position and prestige in Europe to help strengthen Vietnam’s relations with the EC and Belgium, as well as building a comprehensive and sustainable partnership for the sake of peace, cooperation and prosperous development in the spirit of long-term stability and mutual trust.
While attending the trade union forum as part of the sixth Asia-Europe Summit Meeting (ASEM 6) in Helsinki, Finland, Head of International Department under the Vietnam's General Federation of Labour Tran Van Ly held a working session with leaders from the Central Organisation of Finnish Trade Unions (SAK).
Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung left Hanoi on September 7 for Helsinki, Finland, to attend the sixth Asia-Europe Summit Meeting (ASEM 6).