Vietnam pledges to contribute to IFAD activities

Vietnam pledges to contribute to IFAD activities

(VOVWORLD) - Vietnam always supports cooperating and contributing to the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), said Ambassador Nguyen Thi Bich Hue, Vietnamese Permanent Representative to the Fund
Bolivia seeks stronger economic ties with Vietnam

Bolivia seeks stronger economic ties with Vietnam

(VOVWORLD) - Bolivia wants to expand bilateral relations with Vietnam, especially economic ties, Bolivian President Evo Morales told newly-appointed Vietnamese Ambassador to Brazil and Bolivia Do Ba Khoa
Vietnam welcomes Indian President’s visit

Vietnam welcomes Indian President’s visit

(VOVWORLD) - Vietnam is ready to welcome India’s President from Sunday to next Tuesday, said Vietnamese Ambassador to India Pham Sanh Chau as he presented a letter of credentials from...
President receives new ambassadors

President receives new ambassadors

(VOVWORLD) - President Tran Dai Quang on Tuesday hosted a reception for newly-accredited ambassadors of Chile, the UK, Poland, Gambia, and Uganda
El Salvador President praises relations with Vietnam

El Salvador President praises relations with Vietnam

(VOVWORLD) -President of El Salvador Salvador Sanchez Ceren said he hopes the Vietnam-El Salvador friendship and cooperation will continue to develop, while receiving credentials from Vietnamese Ambassador to Mexico and...
Mozambique welcomes Vietnamese investment

Mozambique welcomes Vietnamese investment

(VOVWORLD) - Mozambique always supports and encourages Vietnamese business and investment in Mozambique, said President Filipe Nyusi at a Monday reception in Maputo for Vietnamese Ambassador Le Huy Hoang, who came...
Vietnam, Nigeria seek to boost cooperation

Vietnam, Nigeria seek to boost cooperation

(VOVWORLD) -Vietnamese Ambassador to Nigeria Pham Anh Tuan has said that Vietnam treasures and wishes to develop friendship and multi-faceted cooperation with Nigeria, particularly in economics, trade, and agriculture