Vietnam, New Zealand agree to bolster cooperation Politics

Vietnam, New Zealand agree to bolster cooperation

A delegation from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs attended the 11th Vietnam-New Zealand Political Consultation held in Wellington on March 18-19, during which both nations agreed to boost bilateral collaboration in various sectors and make meticulous preparation for upgrading their ties into a strategic partnership in the coming time.
Photos speak Pol Pot’s crimes Society

Photos speak Pol Pot’s crimes

The southwestern border defence war and the war against the Pol Pot genocidal regime has passed four decades, however the pain of huge losses still deeply hurts the poor land of Ba Chuc in An Giang.
Philippine President signs Muslim autonomy law World

Philippine President signs Muslim autonomy law

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on July 26 signed a Muslim autonomy law to allow minority Muslims in the south to start moving towards self-rule by 2022, a bid to tackle extremism and defuse a half-century of separatist conflict in Mindanao.
Vietnam expresses concern about situation in Syria Politics

Vietnam expresses concern about situation in Syria

Vietnam is concerned about the current situation in Syria and protests the use of force which threatens the normal life of innocent civilians and peace and stability in the region, Foreign Ministry spokesperson Le Thi Thu Hang said on April 15.
“Vietnam Pieta” statue unveiled on Jeju Island World

“Vietnam Pieta” statue unveiled on Jeju Island

A bronze statue named “Vietnam Pieta” was unveiled at the St. Francis Peace Centre on Jeju Island, the Republic of Korea, on April 26 as a sincere apology to Vietnamese people for what Korean soldiers did during wartime.
Vietnam condemns attacks on civilians  Politics

Vietnam condemns attacks on civilians

Vietnam strongly condemns attacks on innocent civilians and sympathises with immense grief and losses suffered by families of the victims in the truck crash in Berlin and shootings in Switzerland,
ASEAN, China condemns Jakarta attack ASEAN

ASEAN, China condemns Jakarta attack

Both the ASEAN community and China have publicly criticized the gunfire and bomb attacks that took place in Indonesia’s capital Jakarta on January 14.
Vietnam hopes for stronger health care cooperation with Japan Politics

Vietnam hopes for stronger health care cooperation with Japan

Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam voiced hope for Japan to receive more Vietnamese nurses in a move to bolster bilateral health care cooperation while meeting with Chairman of Japan’s Lower House Committee on Rules and Administration Ichiro Aisawa in Hanoi on February 6.