Vietnam News Today (May 10): US Consideration of Market Economy's Status For Vietnam Hailed

Vietnam News Today (May 10): US Consideration of Market Economy's Status For Vietnam Hailed

Vietnam News Today (May 10): US consideration of market economy's status for Vietnam hailed; Vietnam pays attention to BRICS membership expansion: spokewoman; Vietnam defends human rights records, freedom of religion and press; Westlife to wow Vietnamese audiences this June.
Vatican Appoints First Resident Papal Representative in Vietnam

Vatican Appoints First Resident Papal Representative in Vietnam

The appointment of the first Resident Papal Representative in Vietnam, is expected to help promote the connections between the Vatican and the Catholic Church in Vietnam, as well as opinion exchanges between Vietnam and the Holy See.
Vietnam, Indonesia Share Experiences in Handling Ethnic, Religious Issues

Vietnam, Indonesia Share Experiences in Handling Ethnic, Religious Issues

Vietnam and Indonesia share experiences in maintaining ethnic and religious harmony.
Soc Trang Province Secures and Supports Dignitaries and Believers

Soc Trang Province Secures and Supports Dignitaries and Believers

Many positive changes have been made recently in religious practices in Soc Trang province.
Vietnam - Holy See Relations Grows Well

Vietnam - Holy See Relations Grows Well

Vietnam attaches great importance to all resources, including those contributed by religious organisations, to the country’s development.
US’s decision to include Vietnam in watch list on religious freedom unobjective: Deputy spokesperson

US’s decision to include Vietnam in watch list on religious freedom unobjective: Deputy spokesperson

The US’s decision to put Vietnam in the special watch list on religious freedom is based on unobjective assessment and inaccurate information regarding the situation of freedom of religion and belief in Vietnam, Foreign Ministry deputy spokeswoman Pham Thu Hang said at the ministry’s regular press briefing on December 15.
Vietnam guarantees equality and non-discrimination based on religion or belief

Vietnam guarantees equality and non-discrimination based on religion or belief

The Foreign Ministry's spokeswoman Le Thi Thu Hang has affirmed that Vietnam always respects people’s right to belief and religious freedom, which is protected by the law.
95 percent of Vietnam’s population follow religions and beliefs

95 percent of Vietnam’s population follow religions and beliefs

Despite its acknowledgement, the United States’ 2021 annual report on religious freedom is yet to assess the situation in Vietnam in an objective manner, said Doan Khac Viet, deputy spokesperson for the Vietnamese Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Religions in Vietnam are completely protected

Religions in Vietnam are completely protected

Vietnamese religious dignitaries and followers are disappointed about the Report on International Religious Freedom 2019 and insist that in Vietnam, religious practices and freedom of religion and belief are ensured.
Religious freedom in Vietnam requires objective insight and verified information

Religious freedom in Vietnam requires objective insight and verified information

The US Department of State has recently released the 2019 International Religious Freedom Report, which discussed Vietnam’s achievements and progress in ensuring and promoting religious values and various beliefs. However, the report contained plenty of biased, inaccurate, and unverified information regarding the current religious situation in the country
The messengers who help American public have a right view on religious freedom in Vietnam

The messengers who help American public have a right view on religious freedom in Vietnam

In 2005, IGE started to cooperate with the Vietnam-USA Society (VUS) as a bridge to connect Vietnamese agencies with organizations in the US, helping both sides better understand each other’s religious freedom.    
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