Vice President urges OVs in France to further contribute to bilateral ties Politics

Vice President urges OVs in France to further contribute to bilateral ties

Vice President Vo Thi Anh Xuan has expressed her wish that the Vietnamese community in France would further promote Vietnam-France ties in all spheres, especially in economy, culture, sci-tech and people-to-people exchanges, thus enhancing the bilateral strategic partnership in a more practical and effective manner.
WPC’s 22nd Assembly – chance to strengthen int’l solidarity, joint efforts for peace: Official Politics

WPC’s 22nd Assembly – chance to strengthen int’l solidarity, joint efforts for peace: Official

The 22nd Assembly of the World Peace Council (WPC) will focus on calling for international solidarity and joint efforts for peace, cooperation and sustainable development, stated Uong Chu Luu, Chairman of the Vietnam Peace Committee (VPC), in an interview granted to the Vietnam News Agency on the occasion of Vietnam’s hosting of the event from November 20-27.
Memorabilia tell stories about President Ho Chi Minh Politics

Memorabilia tell stories about President Ho Chi Minh

The Ho Chi Minh Museum and the National Museum of History are holding an exhibition entitled “Each Piece of Memorabilia a Story”, introducing original and unique artifacts associated with stories about President Ho Chi Minh.
Indian scholar: Ho Chi Minh and India-Vietnam Relations Politics

Indian scholar: Ho Chi Minh and India-Vietnam Relations

Dr Tilottama Mukherjee, Assistant Professor and head of the Department of Political Science at Syamaprasad College, India, has delivered a remark at an international conference recently held on the occasion of the 35th anniversary of UNESCO’s Resolution honouring President Ho Chi Minh as a Hero of National Liberation and a Great Man of Culture of Vietnam
Stamps record National Day Videos

Stamps record National Day

On September 2, 1945, President Ho Chi Minh read the Declaration of Independence declaring the birth of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam, now the Socialist Republic of Vietnam. In the 77 years since, Vietnam Post has issued a number of stamps in honour of that sacred, historic moment, which are considered historical witnesses of the country’s formation and development.