Vietnamese in Czech advised to be cautious about visiting Paris hinh anh 1Vietnamese Ambassador to the Czech Republic ​Truong Manh Son (Source: VNA)
Prague (VNA) - Vietnamese Ambassador to the Czech Republic ​Truong Manh Son said he would not urged Vietnamese in the Eastern European country to cancel their plans to visit Paris either for leisure or business purposes but they should think twice before deciding to go.

The diplomat told a Czech-based correspondent of the Vietnam News Agency on November 14, one day after a series of bloody attacks rocked the French capital city, that the French Government has imposed strict security measures after the deadly attacks and tourist sites are still opened as usual.

The Ambassador said while it is relatively safe in the Czech Republic, the community should be vigilant at this sensitive time, noting safety should be the top priority and people should avoid places of gathering except when it is really necessary.

Hoang Dinh Thang, President of the Vietnamese People Association in the Czech Republic, said his association has warned its chapters to pay attention to security when organising year-end activities.

He asked the organising board of a gala which will be held on the occasion of the 16 th founding anniversary of the association to intensify security measures.-VNA