70 years of Vietnam-China diplomatic relations Politics

70 years of Vietnam-China diplomatic relations

The establishment of diplomatic ties between Vietnam and China on January 18, 1950 was an important historical milestone, opening up a new period in the traditional relations between the two nations.
More efforts needed to clear bombs Society

More efforts needed to clear bombs

Vietnam has put a lot of efforts into removing explosives remnants of war (ERW), but the issue is still a great challenge for the country, a high-ranking army officer has said.
Nation pays homage to former President Le Duc Anh Politics

Nation pays homage to former President Le Duc Anh

National leaders and people nationwide expressed their deep sorrow at the death of former President, General Le Duc Anh at respect-paying ceremonies held simultaneously in Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, and the former President’s home province of Thua Thien-Hue on May 3 morning.
State funeral held for general Dong Sy Nguyen Politics

State funeral held for general Dong Sy Nguyen

A state-level funeral was held at the National Funeral Hall, No.5 Tran Thanh Tong, Hanoi, on April 10 for Lieut. Gen. Dong Sy Nguyen, former Politburo member, former Vice Chairman of the Ministers’ Council and former Commander of Truong Son Corps.
NA leader’s visit hoped to accelerate partnership with France Politics

NA leader’s visit hoped to accelerate partnership with France

National Assembly (NA) Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan’s visit to France, made at the invitation of President of the National Assembly of France Richard Ferrand, is the first official one by a NA leader of Vietnam after 11 years, aiming to accelerate the Vietnam-France strategic partnership.
Vinalines revived and setting sail  Business

Vinalines revived and setting sail

By restructuring its debt and fleet, and stepping up maritime transportation and seaport services, Vietnam National Shipping Lines (Vinalines) has set sail again after emerging from cho