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VFF chief meets New Zealand leaders

VFF chief meets New Zealand leaders

President of the Vietnam Fatherland Front (VFF) Central Committee Tran Thanh Man visited Speaker of the Parliament of New Zealand Trevor Mallard in the country’s capital Wellington on December 5.

NA Chairwoman meets Australian Foreign Minister

NA Chairwoman meets Australian Foreign Minister

National Assembly Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan has expressed wish to further strengthen ties with Australia within bilateral cooperation framework as well as at regional and global forums.

PM inspects post-flood recovery efforts in Khanh Hoa

PM inspects post-flood recovery efforts in Khanh Hoa

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc on November 30 examined efforts to address consequences caused by the recent typhoon Damrey in Van Ninh district and Ninh Hoa town – the two worst-affected areas in the central coastal province of Khanh Hoa.

Deputy PM assures Vietnam's wish to boost ties with Slovakia

Deputy PM assures Vietnam's wish to boost ties with Slovakia

VOV.VN - Vietnam always places importance on developing its relations with traditional countries, including Slovakia, Deputy Prime Minister Vuong Dinh Hue said during talks with his Slovak counterpart Peter Pellegrini in Hanoi on November 27.

Cold spell strengthens in northern region

Cold spell strengthens in northern region

The cold spell in the northern region strengthened and brought down the temperature to below 8 degrees Celsius in mountainous areas on November 22.

Association helps promote Vietnam-France relationship

Association helps promote Vietnam-France relationship

Gerard Daviot, who was re-elected President of the France-Vietnam Friendship Association (FVFA) at its 16th congress, stressed the need for the association to play a more active role in diversifying the Vietnam-France friendship in the time ahead.

ASEAN, China to make East Sea region more peaceful, stable

ASEAN, China to make East Sea region more peaceful, stable

VOV.VN - At the just concluded 31st ASEAN Summit in the Philippines, leaders of the ASEAN countries and China agreed to start negotiations to finalize the Code of Conduct in the East Sea, marking a milestone in 15-year efforts to create a legal tool to address conflicts in the region.