Congratulations to Catholics, Protestants on Xmas Politics

Congratulations to Catholics, Protestants on Xmas

President of the Vietnam Fatherland Front Central Committee Huynh Dam on December 20 sent a letter of congratulations to Catholic and Protestant dignitaries and followers nationwide on the occasion of Christmas 2010.
Leaders pay tribute to fallen combatants Politics

Leaders pay tribute to fallen combatants

Leaders from the Party, State, Government, National Assembly and the Vietnam Fatherland Front Central Committee (VFFCC) on July 27 commemorated fallen heroes and combatants.
Politics

VN, Cambodia move to build peaceful border

Building a shared border of peace and friendship between Vietnam and Cambodia was the main topic of a conference held in the south -western province of Tay Ninh from July 30-31.
Politics

Grand requiem for fallen soldiers held in Dien Bien

A grand requiem for Vietnamese soldiers who devoted their lives for the nation was held on May 12 at the A1 cemetery in the northwestern province of Dien Bien involving Buddhists, Vietnamese veterans, local people and overseas Vietnamese.
Nation’s leaders pay tribute to Uncle Ho Politics

Nation’s leaders pay tribute to Uncle Ho

Leaders of the Party, State, Government, National Assembly and Vietnam Fatherland Front Central Committee on Feb. 10 laid wreaths in tribute to President Ho Chi Minh at his mausoleum on the occasion of the Lunar New Year.
Politics

Party, Gov’t leaders emphasise partnership with RoK

Vietnam attaches importance to developing its strategic cooperative partnership with the Republic of Korea for the benefits and prosperity of each country, said the Party chief and the Prime Minister as they met with the RoK top legislator Kim Hyong-O in Hanoi on Nov. 16.
Society

Chief activist joins nation in flood relief aid

The chief of the nation’s largest mass organisation has transferred 700 million VND into the fund for flood victims in Central Highlands Kon Tum province, where floods have claimed 33 lives and left four others missing.
Ketsana claims 92 Vietnamese lives Society

Ketsana claims 92 Vietnamese lives

By October 1, the death toll from typhoon Ketsana in Vietnam’s central and Central Highlands provinces had risen to 92 people, with 19 people still missing and 199 injured.