Blogger Truong Duy Nhat on March was sentenced to two years in prison at a trial in the central city of Danang.
The Court of Appeals of the Supreme People’s Court in Hanoi confirmed a 30-month jail sentence for Le Quoc Quan for tax evasion pursuant to Clause 3, Article 161 of the Criminal Code at a trial on February 18.
Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop began a three-day visit to Vietnam on February 17 to strengthen cooperation in various areas between the two countries.
(VOV) - New Zealand ambassador to Vietnam Haike Manning has said Vietnam is New Zealand’s key trade partner in Southeast Asia and one of its 20 leading export markets globally.
(VOV) - Vietnam and Hong Kong have finalised on January 13 the supplementary protocol on Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement.
The Hanoi People’s Court on January 8 sentenced Duong Tu Trong, former Deputy Director of Haiphong city's Police Department, to 18 years’ imprisonment on a charge of organising for a wanted person to flee abroad.
(VOV) - Mexican daily El Financiero recently ran an article describing Vietnam’s Ha Long Bay, as an ideal destination for visitors to enjoy peaceful sailing and admire beautiful karst scenery and emerald waters.
The Vietnamese Party and State’s religious and belief policies have vanquished schemes to abuse religions to conduct a “peace evolution”.
Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh has reaffirmed the State and Party’s consistent policy of protecting and promoting human rights to better ensure the people’s civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights.
(VOV) - The National Assembly passed the revised 1992 Constitution in Hanoi on November 28 to meet the country’s development requirements in the new era.
(VOV) - An article has been run in one of Italy’s leading newspaper, Sole 24 Ore, themed “Vietnam – new opportunity for foreign investors”.
The Russian daily newspaper Izvestia ran an article on November 11 in praise of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s visit to Vietnam.
(VOV) -The Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ Consular Department reported that as of August 2013, more than 4,000 overseas Vietnamese have registered to keep their nationality, only 0.1% of the 4 million total living abroad.
Besides supplementing legal documents targeting ethnic minority people, Vietnam has implemented many policies to improve the spiritual and material life of these people over the past years.
Vietnam always attaches importance to boosting the friendship and multifaceted cooperation with the Middle East- North Africa, top Vietnamese diplomat has said.