The Czech Ministry of Industry and Trade’s website mpo.cz has recently published an article titled “The Vietnamese market is opening up, a free trade agreement can save millions of crowns for Czech companies.”
The Vietnamese community in the Czech Republic is integrating well into the local society, said Jiří Knitl, President of the Committee for National Minorities of Prague city, during his recent visit to Sapa Commercial Centre and working session with leaders of the Overseas Vietnamese Association in the Czech Republic.
Vietnam’s newest air carrier Bamboo Airways will delay direct flights between Hanoi and Prague (the Czech Republic) from March 29 to April 26 due to the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak, its representative said on March 11.
The European Parliament (EP)’s ratification of the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) and the EU-Vietnam Investment Protection Agreement on February 12 has been applauded in the Czech Republic.
Media reports in the Czech Republic have highlighted the importance of the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) for the country and the EU in general after the agreement was approved by the European Parliament (EP) on February 12.
The Vietnamese Embassy in the Czech Republic and the Bamboo Airways held a roadshow in Prague on January 15 to introduce Vietnam’s tourism potential and provide information about a direct air route linking the two countries.
VOV.VN - The overseas Vietnamese community living in the Czech Republic have gathered together for a New Year party with approximately 300 Vietnamese expatriates in attendance.
Representatives of the Vietnamese community in Plzeň city, the Czech Republic participated in a multicultural exchange held by the Centre for Support of Integration of Foreigners - Plzeň Region under the Ministry of the Interior on December 15.
VOV.VN - The annual International Christmas Fair Prague took place in the capital of the Czech Republic on December 1, with 51 countries from across the globe in attendance, including Vietnam.
A campaign to build Vietnamese corporate culture was launched at a conference in Prague, in the Czech Republic, on September 15.
VOV.VN - Approximately 1,000 Vietnamese expats, including children, gathered together at Sapa centre in Prague in the Czech Republic on September 8 for celebrations for the Mid-Autumn Festival.
Two-way trade between Vietnam and the Czech Republic in the first six months of 2019 hit 591.14 million USD, up 5.6 percent, according to latest statistics of the European country.
Vietnamese expatriates have joined 33 other foreign communities in the Czech Republic’s Ustecky province at the biggest local annual multicultural exchange festival.
The first Buddhist cultural centre of the Vietnamese community in Most city of Ustecky region, the Czech Republic, has been upgraded to the provincial level.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc on June 12 applauded the Czech Republic’s resumption of the grant of working visas for Vietnamese citizens, which is scheduled to begin this month.
Permanent Vice Chairwoman of the Vietnam National Assembly Tong Thi Phong hopes Vietnam and the Czech Republic will soon talk and sign an agreement on labour export, paving the way for Vietnamese nurses to work in the Czech Republic.
A festival to introduce the culture and foods of various countries took place in Prague, the Czech Republic on June 8 with the participation of 50 foreign embassies and diplomatic agencies in the country, including Vietnam.
A culture and food festival “Ahoj Hanoi” (Hello Hanoi) was held in western Plzen city, Plzensky province, the Czech Republic on June 2.
Vietnam and the Czech Republic on May 3 signed a document on the ratification and implementation of the agreement on the transfer of sentenced persons between the two countries.
Many opinions in the Czech Republic have shared the view that the agreements reached during Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc’s official visit to the European country from April 16-17 have opened up new directions for bilateral cooperation in the time ahead.