The Vietnamese Embassy in Venezuela laid flowers at President Ho Chi Minh’s statue in Simon Bolivar Boulevard and the Monument and tomb of national hero Simon Bolivar in Caracas on September 1 on the occasion of Vietnam's 75th National Day (September 2).
The Vietnamese Embassy in Germany has called on the Vietnamese community in the country to continue observing regulations and warnings against the COVID-19 pandemic set by the host government.
The Vietnamese Government has sent medical masks to the Vietnamese community in central Russia to help them cope with complicated developments of the COVID-19 pandemic in their host country.
VOV.VN - The Startup Vietnam Foundation Australia (SVFA) has been officially established and successfully came into operation in May, creating an innovative startup ecosystem that can be used by Vietnamese students and members of the business community based in the Oceania country.
The Vietnamese Embassy in Switzerland has taken drastic measures to assist the Vietnamese community and ensure citizen protection, as the outbreak of the disease has affected Vietnamese people in the country.
The Vietnamese community in Irkutsk city of Russia has donated 4,000 cloth face masks for a local voluntary campaign in support of the fight against COVID-19.
VOV.VN - Vietnam’s Consulate General in San Francisco has pledged to transfer all proceeds raised by the Vietnamese expat community in the US to help combat the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in the homeland, said Consul General Nguyen Trac Toan at the handover ceremony on April 13.
The Vietnamese community in Egypt has shown strong unity and provided mutual support to overcome difficulties caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Ambassador Tran Thanh Cong has said.
The Vietnamese Embassy in Germany will assist the nearly 180,000 Vietnamese people living, working, and studying in the country in overcoming difficulties caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Ambassador Nguyen Minh Vu said on April 7.
The Vietnamese Embassy in Belarus has prepared scenarios and measures against the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Ambassador Pham Hai.
VOV.VN - Thousands of face masks sewn by Vietnamese people in the Czech Republic have been distributed to local residents to help prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus in the European Union country.
Overseas Vietnamese in Eastern Europe have worked to raise funds and collect medical supplies and equipment as part of efforts to support people in the homeland in the fight against the coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
Representatives of Vietnamese associations and societies in the Czech Republic on February 7 handed nearly 252,100 koruna (about 10,000 EUR) over to the administration of Vejprty to help victims of a fire at the support centre for the handicapped in the city.
Standing Vice Chairwoman of the Vietnamese National Assembly Tong Thi Phong called at the Vietnamese Embassy in Canberra and met with representatives of the Vietnamese community in Australia on January 12.
Vietnamese National Assembly Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan left Kazan city in the Republic of Tatarstan for Moscow on December 9 (local time), continuing her official visit to Russia.
The Vietnamese Embassy in Japan held a table tennis tournament for the Vietnamese community in Japan on November 3, with the support of Japanese businesses that employ Vietnamese trainees.
The number of Vietnamese people residing in Japan amounts to 371,755, making it the third largest foreign community in the country, according to Japan’s Immigration Services Agency.
Nearly 1,000 overseas Vietnamese (OVs) in Japan participated in a football tournament aiming to help the Vietnamese community overcome the consequences of Typhoon Hagibis, which recently wreaked havoc in the country.
The Lao Ministry of Labour and Social Welfare held a ceremony in Vientiane on September 19 to receive donations from the Vietnamese community in Laos to support flood victims in the central and southern regions of Laos.
A “Day of Vietnamese Culture” was held in Brno city in the South Moravian region of the Czech Republic on September 13.