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Party official welcomes visit by US senators

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Party official welcomes visit by US senators

Politburo member and permanent member of the Party Central Committee’s Secretariat Tran Quoc Vuong welcomed a delegation of US senators, led by Vice Chairman of the US Senate Committee on Appropriations Patrick Leahy, during a reception in Hanoi on April 18 to mark the beginning of their visit to Vietnam.

Vietnam continues to boost ties with US: Ambassador

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Vietnam continues to boost ties with US: Ambassador

Vietnam attaches importance to promoting relations with the new administration and Congress of the US, towards further developing the Vietnam-US comprehensive partnership in a practical, effective, stable and long-term manner, a Vietnamese diplomat has stressed.

Deputy PM receives parliament leaders to IPU-132

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Deputy PM receives parliament leaders to IPU-132

Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh reiterated Vietnam’s commitments to negotiations for the Trans-Pacific Partnership while meeting Minority Leader of the US House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi in Hanoi on March 31.

US MP opposes mark-up of Vietnam human rights act

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US MP opposes mark-up of Vietnam human rights act

Ranking Member Eni Faleomavaega of the Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Asia and the Pacific on June 27 expressed disappointment with the mark-up by the US House of Representatives’ Foreign Affairs Committee of H.R. 1897, the Vietnam Human Rights Act of 2013. 

Vietnam esteems relations with US

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Vietnam esteems relations with US

Vietnam attaches importance to its cooperation with the US and wishes to develop the relationship both bilaterally and multilaterally, said National Assembly (NA) Vice Chairman Nguyen Duc Kien.

Tour betters US people’s understanding about AO aftermaths

Society

Tour betters US people’s understanding about AO aftermaths

A recent visit by a delegation of Vietnamese AO victims has helped the Vietnamese community in the US as well as US parliamentarians and students have a more comprehensive understanding about the aftermaths of Agent Orange/dioxin for humans and the environment in Vietnam.