A Vietnamese language class opened at the Embassy of Vietnam in Algeria’s capital city of Algiers on May 12, meeting the demand to learn the language and explore Vietnamese culture of students in Algiers and neighbouring localities.
Vietnam returns to the International Fair of Algiers (FIA) in Algeria this year, showcasing a variety of products in agriculture, handicraft, clothing, telecommunication and fine arts that are seeking inroads into the local market.
The first Vovinam (Vietnamese martial art) Viet Vo Dao Grand Prix was held successfully in Algeria on May 4-5.
Vietnamese Ambassador to Algeria Pham Quoc Tru paid a working trip to the southern province of Tamanrasset from April 10-13.
President Tran Dai Quang on April 13 cabled a message of condolences to his Algerian counterpart Abdelaziz Bouteflika over a recent military plane crash which claimed many lives.
Vietnamese Ambassador to Algeria and Mali Pham Quoc Tru met with representatives of the Vietnamese community in Mali as part of his visit to the African country from March 23-28.
Algeria’s Prime Minister Ahmed Ouyahia and other officials from ministries and sectors paid tribute to Vietnam’s former Politburo member and former Prime Minister Phan Van Khai, who passed away on March 17, at a ceremony held by the Embassy of Vietnam in the country on March 20.
The Vietnamese traditional martial arts Son Long Quyen Thuat league made its debut in Algiers, Algeria on February 24.
Overseas Vietnamese are engaging in a wide range of activities in celebration of the upcoming traditional Lunar New Year (Tet), the most important holiday in Vietnam.
The Embassy of Vietnam in Algeria on February 7 hosted a get-together in Algiers for Vietnamese people who are residing, working and studying in the country to celebrate the Lunar New Year.
Vietnam sent 134,751 workers to foreign countries in 2017, up 28.3% as compared to the yearly plan and 6.7% from 2016, according to the Department of Overseas Labour under the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs.
The body of Nguyen Xuan Dinh, who died in an accident in a construction site in Algeria, was brought home on January 15 at the request of his family.
VOV.VN - The Algerian Government's new import policy aimed at prohibiting imports of more than 850 products as of early 2018 is predicted to negatively impact on foreign export businesses, including those from Vietnam.
A representative from Algeria’s Ministry of Agriculture revealed that the country is conducting all necessary procedures to export dates to Vietnam.
Algerian Prime Minister Admed Ouyahia on November 28 met with Minister of Construction Pham Hong Ha who is leading a delegation to Algeria for the 11th meeting of the Vietnam-Algeria Inter-Governmental Committee from November 27-29.
Vietnam is willing to assist Algeria in developing agriculture and aquatic cultivation, said Minister of Construction Pham Hong Ha, who is head of the Vietnamese sub-committee of the Vietnam-Algeria Inter-Governmental Committee.
Vietnamese Minister of Construction Pham Hong Ha had working sessions with Algeria’s minister of industry and mines and minister of housing, urban planning and the city in Algiers on November 27, aiming to enhance bilateral ties.
Algeria is of utmost importance to Vietnam’s political cooperation in Africa, so the two sides need to enhance their traditional relations, Minister of Construction Pham Hong Ha told staff of the Vietnamese Embassy in Algeria on November 26.
Vietnamese expatriates in Algeria have joined hands to support people in the central and Central Highlands provinces that were devastated by floods caused by typhoon Damrey early this month.
Che Quan Qing, director of a construction company of the Metallurgical Construction Corporation of China (MCC Group), has pledged to create all favourable conditions for Vietnamese workers hired by his company in Algeria.