(VOVworld) – Radio the Voice of Vietnam General Director Nguyen Dang Tien has asked newly appointed Vietnamese ambassadors to help VOV expand its relationship with radio and TV stations in their countries of mandate. At a reception on Thursday for 9 ambassadors to Canada, South Korea, Czech Republic, Morocco, Argentina, Cuba, South Africa, Poland, and Norway, Tien briefed them about VOV’s organizational structure and functions.
On behalf of the new ambassadors, ambassador to Canada To Anh Dung said they will help VOV promote information exchanges and communication activities with local stations and open bureaus in support of the VOV 2020 development plans.
State President Truong Tan Sang separately received foreign ambassadors who presented their credentials in Hanoi on August 29. President receives outgoing ambassador At a reception for Malaysian Ambassador Azmil Bin Mohd Zabidi, President Sang expressed his pleasure at the fine development of the two countries' relations in many areas, particularly the economic and trade ties. Vietnam highly values Malaysia as a country attracting foreign workers, including Vietnamese. The President proposed the two countries continue increase cooperation in socio-economic and security cooperation, contributing to peace and stability in the region and world at large. He asked the ambassador to convey his…... [read more]
President Triet urges new ambassadors to promote VN (30-08-2007) HA NOI - President Nguyen Minh Triet has urged 23 newly-appointed ambassadors and representatives to fulfil their duties as professional diplomats and best assist diplomatic activities by the people. The President met with the new ambassadors and representatives yesterday to issue them decisions of appointment. He also asked them to do their utmost to raise Viet Nam's profile in the international arena to affirm its reputation as a country of peace, co-operation and development. Triet said Viet Nam had made important steps in the last few years, its position and prestige…... [read more]
(VOV) - PM Nguyen Tan Dung on April 16 met with new ambassadors from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Myanmar who paid a courtesy visit before starting their term in Vietnam. Meeting with UAE ambassador Khalid Ibrahim Abdulaziz Shohail Al-Qahtani, PM Dung expressed his delight at the growing Vietnam-UAE relations, noting Vietnam's recognition of importance to enhancing ties with the UAE. PM Dung suggested the two countries should strengthen delegation exchange at all levels and bilateral cooperation in economics, trade and investment, and coordinate closely at international forums, especially the UN. He also asked the UAE to recognize Vietnam's…... [read more]
(VOVworld)- Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung held separate meetings with new ambassadors from Sweden and the Czech Republic in Hanoi yesterday. Welcoming Swedish Ambassador Camilla Mellander, PM Dung affirmed Vietnam's constant policy of working with Sweden to further develop the two countries' relations, bringing practical benefits for both sides. The Prime Minister proposed Sweden support its broadening relations with the EU, including the Vietnam-EU FTA negotiations and the establishment of a dialogue mechanism to enhance their cooperation. He also expressed his wish to further boost bilateral trade and investment cooperation and sought Sweden 's assistance in healthcare, education, environment and…... [read more]
VietNamNet Bridge - The US Senate has approved President Barack Obama's appointment of new ambassadors to several countries, including Vietnam. US Ambassador to Vietnam David B. Shear. David B. Shear was nominated by President Barack Obama as US Ambassador to Vietnam on December 13 2010. The US Senate has approved the recommendation and Shear has become the fifth US Ambassador to Vietnam since the two countries normalized their relations in 1995. Earlier, Shear was the Deputy Assistant Secretary for East Asian and Pacific Affairs. David B. Shear joined the Foreign Service in 1982. He has served in Sapporo, Beijing, Tokyo,…... [read more]
At the receptions for the ambassadors, President Sang congratulated them on assuming their new missions, saying that he hopes they will contribute to fostering cooperative relations between Vietnam and their countries and he will try to create the best possible conditions for them to fulfil their duties in Vietnam. At the meeting with Timorese Ambassador Jorge Trindade Never de Camoes, President Sang said both countries have great potential for cooperation in oil and gas exploitation, communications, tourism and agriculture. Vietnam is willing to share its experiences in national construction with Timor Leste, Sang said, adding that he hopes both countries…... [read more]
VietNamNet Bridge - President Nguyen Minh Triet has appointed 22 new ambassadors and 11 new consul generals to serve overseas. He received the diplomats at a ceremony jointly held by the Presidential Office and the Foreign Ministry in Hanoi Monday. Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs Nguyen Quoc Cuong was appointed as Vietnamese Ambassador to the US, while Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs Le Hoai Trung would serve as the country's ambassador to the United Nations. "Be flexible and persuasive at work," Triet told the newly-appointed ambassadors at the following reception. "However, you also need to be proactive in defending our…... [read more]
(VOVworld)- President Truong Tan Sang on Monday received new Ambassadors and representatives from international organizations from Belgium, Finland, Switzerland, Iceland, Iran and the EU. Meeting with the new Belgian Ambassador to Vietnam Jehan Rockart, President Sang said Vietnam treasured its ties with Belgium and hoped that two-way trade would surpass the current value of 2 billion USD once the Vietnam-EU Free Trade Agreement takes effect. Speaking to Finland’s Ambassador Inka Pecka Antero Simila, President Sang said he hoped Finland would help Vietnam to promote green economic growth, environmental sustainable development and natural resources management. At a meeting with the Swiss…... [read more]
(VOVworld)- On Saturday, President Tran Dai Quang received new ambassadors of several countries who came to present credentials. At a meeting with French Ambassador Bertrand Lortholary, President Quang urged the two countries to increase cooperation in infrastructure, high technology, energy, aviation, satellite, health care, and food processing. He said he hoped the new ambassador would contribute to heightening bilateral ties. Receiving Canadian Ambassador Ping Kinikone, the Vietnamese President stressed the importance of enhancing bilateral economic-trade-investment cooperation saying they should be the focus of bilateral cooperation in the near future. President Quang asked Canada to provide Vietnam with technical support concerning…... [read more]
President Truong Tan Sang received new ambassadors of Australia, Nigeria, Germany, Mongolia, Hungary, Israel and France who separately presented him their credentials in Hanoi on August 14. In his meeting with Australian Ambassador Hugh Borrowman, Sang said he hopes the diplomat will have new initiatives to promote the existing comprehensive partnership. He highlighted the fine development of bilateral relations and thanked Australia for its official development assistance to Vietnam . The President said Vietnam and Australia can expand their ties in various domains which both sides have potential and strength such as education and training. Ambassador Borrowman said Australia always…... [read more]