PM: Vietnam highly values comprehensive partnership with US Politics

PM: Vietnam highly values comprehensive partnership with US

Vietnam highly values comprehensive partnership with the US, considering it one of the country’s top important partners, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc told visiting US Secretary of Defence Mark Esper during a reception in Hanoi on November 20.
Party official welcomes visit by US senators Politics

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.
Do Muoi – talented leader, creative Party leader in renovation cause Politics

Do Muoi – talented leader, creative Party leader in renovation cause

Politburo member and Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc praised former General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) Do Muoi for his dedication to national liberation, reunification and socialism building over more than 80 years of revolutionary career in an article commemorating the Party leader.
HCM City leader pays tribute to US Senator Society

HCM City leader pays tribute to US Senator

Vice Chairman of the Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee Huynh Cach Mang on August 29 visited the US Centre in the city to pay tribute to US Senator John Sidney McCain III and write in the funeral book in memory of the deceased.
HCM City keen to boost ties with US Politics

HCM City keen to boost ties with US

Ho Chi Minh City highly values the development of US science-technology, health care and education, and wishes to boost with the US in the fields of mutual concern.
Deputy PM: 2013 marks a milestone in Vietnam-US ties Politics

Deputy PM: 2013 marks a milestone in Vietnam-US ties

The year 2013 marked an important milestone in Vietnam-US relations with the establishment of the comprehensive partnership that reflected accurately the healthy, wide-ranging growth of the ties, from politics to economics, trade and science-technology.