Hungary’s National Day marked in Ho Chi Minh City

Hungary’s National Day marked in Ho Chi Minh City

The Consulate General of Hungary in Ho Chi Minh Ciy on March 16 held a celebration to mark the anniversary of the 1848-1849 revolution against the Habsburge Empire and the fight for freedom.

Vietnamese parliamentarians treasure friendship with Japan

Vietnamese parliamentarians treasure friendship with Japan

The coordination between the friendship parliamentarians’ groups of Vietnam and Japan will help promote the ties between the two countries, stated chair of the Vietnam-Japan Friendship Parliamentarians’ Group Pham Minh Chinh.

President hosts Lao Minister of Public Security

President hosts Lao Minister of Public Security

Vietnam has consistently set solidarity and comprehensive cooperation with Laos as an extremely important factor to ensure the leadership of the two Parties and States for the well-being of the two peoples, affirmed President Tran Dai Quang.

Revised law for brighter railway outlook

Revised law for brighter railway outlook

Members of the National Assembly Standing Committee (NASC) agreed on March 15 that the revised railway law needs comprehensive regulations that will help revitalise the country’s railway industry.

Dialogue-the best way to improve understanding on human rights

Dialogue-the best way to improve understanding on human rights

VOV.VN - The US State Department has released its annual Human Rights Report 2016, which acknowledges Vietnam’s progress in human rights protection. But the report contains some biased statements on the current situation in Vietnam.

Vietnamese army enhances cooperation with Lao counterpart

Vietnamese army enhances cooperation with Lao counterpart

The Vietnam People’s Army (VPA) will continue close and effective cooperation with the Lao People’s Army to help strengthen the two countries’ special relations, Deputy Defence Minister and Chief of the General Staff of the VPA Phan Van Giang said.

Vietnam wants to learn peacekeeping experience from NZ

Vietnam wants to learn peacekeeping experience from NZ

Deputy Defence Minister Nguyen Chi Vinh expressed his hope that New Zealand will share its experience in peacekeeping activities and strategic research while meeting New Zealand’s Ambassador to Vietnam Wendy Matthews in Hanoi on March 15.

An Giang asked to improve food products for export

An Giang asked to improve food products for export

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc on March 14 met with leaders of An Giang province, a rice bowl of the Mekong Delta and the country, during which he asked the locality to improve the quality and added value of food products for export.

Vietnam, Netherlands boost peacekeeping cooperation

Vietnam, Netherlands boost peacekeeping cooperation

The Netherlands wishes to expand relations with Vietnam, including cooperation in peacekeeping activities between the two countries’ armies, said Dutch Ambassador to Vietnam Nienke Trooster.

HCM City boosts comprehensive cooperation with Lao province

HCM City boosts comprehensive cooperation with Lao province

Leaders of Ho Chi Minh City and Houaphan province of Laos reached consensus on cooperation plans and orientations in various fields for 2017-2020 during their talks in Vietnam’s southern largest economic hub on March 14.