Vietnamese, Mexican parties enhance ties

The Mexican Labour Party (PT) highly valued the recent development steps in its relations with the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) and wishes to step up cooperative ties with CPV in the time to come.
French paper features President Ho Chi Minh Society

French paper features President Ho Chi Minh

The French daily newspaper La Marseillaise has run an article on President Ho Chi Minh on its front page on the occasion of 100 years since the day President Ho Chi Minh arrived in the French southern coastal city of Marseille, as part of his journey for national salvation.

Vietnam, Okinawa boost friendly ties

President of the Vietnam Union of Friendship Organisations Vu Xuan Hong took part in activities to mark the 20th anniversary of the establishment of the Okinawa–Vietnam Friendship Association in Japan on August 10.

VN’s AO victims not alone in fight for justice

Although a lawsuit filed by Vietnamese Agent Orange/dioxin victims against US chemical companies was rejected by the US Court, a great number of friends throughout the world, even US veterans and organisations, affirmed their intention to continue joining the struggle for not only AO/dioxin victims but also justice and humanity.

US veterans help VN surmount post-war issues

The “Restoring the Environment and Neutralising the Effects of War” (RENEW) project has helped improve living standards of Vietnamese people, especially victims of bombs and mines, in the central province of Quang Tri .

Japanese female writer awarded peace insignia

The Vietnam Union of Friendship Organisations (VUFO) has presented the “For Peace and Friendship Among Nations” insignia to writer Hiramatsu Tomoko, member of the Japan - Vietnam Council for Peace and Friendship (JVPF).

Catholics show will in national unity

Catholics were urged to uphold the spirit of “Living the gospel among the nation” in 2011, and join in national construction, especially for the sake of the poor, at a meeting in Hanoi on March 15.

Phu Tho province prepares Tet for poor people

The Vietnam Posts and Telecommunications Group’s Phu Tho chapter on Jan. 15 handed over 53 houses, each worth 20 million VND, for poor households on the occasion of the Lunar New Year (Tet) festival.
Supporters of AO victims to be honoured Society

Supporters of AO victims to be honoured

General Vo Nguyen Giap is among 99 individuals and units who will be honoured during a live televised programme on January 24 for their outstanding contributions to Agent Orange/dioxin victims in Vietnam .