Cooperation in trade and investment between Vietnam and Africa, especially East Africa, has yet to meet the two sides’ potential, Vietnamese Ambassador to Tanzania, cum Kenya, Ethiopia, Rwanda, Somalia, Uganda and Comoros Nguyen Kim Doanh has said.
With 31.3% of businesses in Vietnam owned by women, the country has been ranked sixth out of 53 surveyed economies in terms of share of women business owners.
Vietnamese Ambassador to Tanzania and Uganda Nguyen Kim Doanh said the Government of Vietnam always treasures relations with African nations, including Uganda, while presenting credentials to President Museveni of Uganda in Kampala capital city on January 18.
Vietnamese Ambassador to Tanzania Nguyen Kim Doanh paid a courtesy call to Uganda’s Prime Minister Ruhakana Rugunda, who expressed his wish that relations between Vietnam and Uganda will be enhanced soon.
VOV.VN - The 27th Vietnam International Trade Fair ( Vietnam Expo 2017) themed 'Enhancing Regional and Global Economic Links' is set to take place in Hanoi on April 19-22.
The Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) issued a travel advisory for 24 countries affected by Zika virus, the Hanoi Moi newspaper reported.
The Ministry of Health urged the National Institute of Hygiene and Epidemiology (NIHE) to strengthen its monitoring and detection of suspects infected with Zika virus at a meeting on January 29.
Nearly 90 people were killed during December 11's clashes in the Burundian capital, the army said on December 12, the worst outbreak of violence in Burundi since a failed coup in May.
Kakuma camp in northern Kenya is expanding by nearly a half, the UN refugee agency said on June 20, to house refugees fleeing nearby South Sudan as hopes fade for peace in the world's newest nation.
(VOV) - First Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Uganda, Henry Kajura is on a working visit to Vietnam from September 17-24 to look for cooperation opportunities in agriculture, trade and industrial production.
(VOV) - The newly-accredited ambassadors from Cuba, Canada, India, Japan, Bulgaria and Uganda presented their credentials to President Truong Tan Sang on October 15 in Hanoi.
Ugandan police on July 18 released photo reconstructions of two men they say were the suicide bombers behind last week's attacks on World Cup fans that left 76 dead.
At least 106 bodies had been recovered on March 2 after massive landslides wiped out several villages around Mount Elgon on the Uganda-Kenya border, an army spokesman and local aid officials said.