Vietnam attaches great importance to fighting corruption

Vietnam attaches a lot of importance to building up a law-governed state as well as the prevention of and fight against corruption, in a bid to create a fair investment environment to ensure the country’s rapid and sustainable development.
NA Committee starts new session Politics

NA Committee starts new session

The 12th National Assembly Standing Committee began its six-day session on Sept. 28 under the chairmanship of NA Chairman Nguyen Phu Trong to discuss six bills.

State President Triet busy in New York

Vietnam regards Japan as one of its most important partners, thus it places importance on developing its strategic partnership with Japan, for peace and prosperity in Asia, State President Nguyen Minh Triet has said.
Vietnam, Kuwait centre cooperation on energy Politics

Vietnam, Kuwait centre cooperation on energy

Vietnam will be a partner in which Kuwait can trust, to boost cooperation centring on energy, said President Nguyen Minh Triet while receiving Kuwaiti Minister of Oil and Minister of Information Ahmad Al-Abdulla Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah in Hanoi on Sept. 21.

Senior auditors visit Mongolia

Vietnam and Mongolia have agreed to broaden relations between their top auditing agencies and their participation in the regional and international organisations of Supreme Audit Institutions-ASOSAI and INTOSAI.

Vietnam, Libya boost bilateral ties

A Vietnamese delegation led by Deputy Foreign Minister Dao Viet Trung visited Libya from August 31 to September 2 to boost the relationship between the two countries.

Co To island urged to boost economic development

Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam’s Central Committee (CPVCC) and Head of the CPVCC’s Commission for Mass Mobilisation Ha Thi Khiet has urged the Co To island district in the northern province of Quang Ninh to try its best to boost economic development and ensure national defence and security.
Tuyen Quang urged to develop forest economy Politics

Tuyen Quang urged to develop forest economy

The mountainous northern province of Tuyen Quang should make use of its advantages to develop a forest-based economy as it is home to nearly 500,000 ha of economically valuable forests.