Festival helps tighten Vietnam-India friendship Society

Festival helps tighten Vietnam-India friendship

The Vietnam-India People’s Friendship Festival has contributed to tightening the friendship between the two countries since it was first held 12 years ago, heard a seminar in Hanoi on August 14.
Indian delegation calls at Trang An tourist site Travel

Indian delegation calls at Trang An tourist site

During their stay in Vietnam to attend the 10th Vietnam-India People’s Friendship Festival, Indian delegation called at Trang An landscape complex in the northern province of Ninh Binh on August 13.
Vietnam, India foster people-to-people exchange Politics

Vietnam, India foster people-to-people exchange

Vice President Dang Thi Ngoc Thinh on August 12 hosted a reception for an Indian delegation led by Pallab Sengupta, Politburo member of the Communist Party of India and General Secretary of the All India Peace and Solidarity Organisation (AIPSO).
Hanoi hosts World Peace Council meeting Society

Hanoi hosts World Peace Council meeting

Peace activists from peace organisations and councils of various countries around the world gathered at the World Peace Council (WPC) meeting that opened in Hanoi on November 24.
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VUFO Vice President meets Indian guest

The seventh Vietnam–India friendship festival scheduled for next year in India will deepen the bilateral strategic partnership, Vice President of the Vietnam Union of Friendship Organisations (VUFO) Nguyen Thi Hoang Van said.
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Festival links Vietnamese, Indian peoples closer

The sixth Vietnam – India people’s friendship festival kicked off in Hanoi on October 21, targeting to make Vietnamese and Indian people become closer via a series of cultural and tour events in the city as well as central Da Nang city and Ho Chi Minh City until October 26.
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Foreign friends retain an affection for Vietnam

Eighty foreign guests who attended a get-together to mark Vietnam ’s 65th National Day, also visited the Dinh Hoa safe zone in Thai Nguyen province’s former revolutionary base on August 31.