State President to attend UN summits

State President Nguyen Minh Triet will lead a delegation to the UN Security Council’s Summit and the general debate of the 64th UN General Assembly in New York from Sept. 23-26.

Vietnam’s economy shows signs of recovery

Several sectors have been able to find their own way out of difficult financial downturn, which can be seen as clear signs of an economic recovery in Vietnam, the Cong Thuong (Trade and Industry) newspaper said in its September 22 issue.

Vietnam hopes for diplomatic resolution on Mid-east

Vietnam welcomes and supports the efforts made at various levels by the Quartet, the League of Arab States, regional countries and the international community at large to help the parties resume peaceful negotiations in the Middle East, said a diplomat.

Denmark backs cooperation with Vietnam

Demark supports its cooperation with Vietnam , especially in the fields of climate change, environment and education and training, said Danish Queen Magrethe II.
Genocide museum gets help to preserve archive heritage World

Genocide museum gets help to preserve archive heritage

The UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) said it will assist Cambodia ’s Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum in preserving historical documents on torture and killing carried out by the Khmer Rouge regime during 1975 to 1979.

Vietnam raises voice at UNHRC session

The twelfth regular session of the Human Rights Council of the United Nations (UN) starting in Geneva, Switzerland, on September 14 will consider Vietnam’s report on its protection and promotion of human rights.

Vietnam calls on Int’l community to support Haiti

Further efforts are needed to support the Haitian authorities to implement targeted social and economic programmes in a bid to address the extreme vulnerability of the country, Ambassador Le Luong Minh, Permanent Representative of Vietnam to the Untied Nations, has said.