Vietnam Plays Greater Role in UNESCO

Vietnam Plays Greater Role in UNESCO

The 214th session of the Executive Board of UNESCO (March 30-April 13) was a great success. On this occasion, Ambassador Le Thi Hong Van, head of the Permanent Delegation of Vietnam to UNESCO, shared about the results of the session as well as Vietnam's contributions.
Vietnam Supports “Building Peace in Minds of People” Mission at UNESCO

Vietnam Supports “Building Peace in Minds of People” Mission at UNESCO

Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Pham Quang Hieu attended a meeting of the UNESCO Executive Board's 214th session from April 4 to 5 in Paris, France
Vietnam News Today (Apr. 4): Anomalous Natural Disasters Ravage Central Vietnam

Vietnam News Today (Apr. 4): Anomalous Natural Disasters Ravage Central Vietnam

Vietnam News Today (Apr. 4): Daily Covid-19 infections keep falling sharply to nearly 51,000; Preparations completed for Vietnam’s first military engineer unit to a UN peacekeeping mission; Anomalous natural disasters ravage central Vietnam; Hanoi to translate UNESCO Creative Cities Network initiatives into reality.
Vietnam News Today (Mar. 17): No Medical Isolation Requirements Set for Foreign Arrivals

Vietnam News Today (Mar. 17): No Medical Isolation Requirements Set for Foreign Arrivals

Vietnam News Today (Mar. 17): Vietnam records 180,558 new Covid-19 cases on March 16; No medical isolation requirements set for foreign arrivals; Vietnam calls for dialogues at UNESCO’s session on Ukraine crisis; Hanoi lifts 9pm ban on dine-in food, beverage venues.
Xoe Thai Accredited as UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity - Video

Xoe Thai Accredited as UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity - Video

The art of Xoe dance of Thai ethnic minority people in Vietnam has been listed as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity at the 16th session of the UNESCO's Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage, which is taking place from December 13-18
Vietnam News Today (November 28): Vietnam Plays Active, Proactive Role in ASEM Cooperation Process

Vietnam News Today (November 28): Vietnam Plays Active, Proactive Role in ASEM Cooperation Process

Vietnam News Today (November 28): Vietnam records another 16,052 local Covid cases; Vietnam, Switzerland eye stronger educational cooperation; PM states importance of producing Covid-19 vaccines and treatment drugs; Vietnam plays active, proactive role in ASEM cooperation process
UNESCO to Commemorate Vietnamese Poets’ Birth, Death Anniversaries

UNESCO to Commemorate Vietnamese Poets’ Birth, Death Anniversaries

Permanent Representative of Vietnam to UNESCO Le Thi Hong Van said the approval of the nominations show that Vietnamese cultural values have been highly regarded by the international community.
Vietnam Won Election to UNESCO Executive Board For Fifth Time

Vietnam Won Election to UNESCO Executive Board For Fifth Time

In Group 4 Asian and Pacific States, India, Japan, Philippines, Vietnam, Cook Islands, and China got elected to the Executive Board.
Revisiting Vietnam’s Contributions to the UNESCO

Revisiting Vietnam’s Contributions to the UNESCO

As a member of UNESCO, Vietnam has contributed to maintaining international peace and security and promoting intellectual cooperation for sustainable development
Vietnamese Women's Day: Empowering Women's Voices with International Support

Vietnamese Women's Day: Empowering Women's Voices with International Support

International organizations empower Vietnamese women in celebration of Vietnamese Women's Day.
Eleven Biosphere Reserves in Vietnam Recognised by UNESCO

Eleven Biosphere Reserves in Vietnam Recognised by UNESCO

There are currently 11 biosphere reserves in Vietnam, that belong to the World Network of Biosphere Reserves.
Check Out The Winning Artworks of “Hanoi is…” Illustration Contest

Check Out The Winning Artworks of “Hanoi is…” Illustration Contest

The winning artworks of “Hanoi is…” Illustration Contest announced.
Two More Biosphere Reserves in Vietnam Seek UNESCO Recognition

Two More Biosphere Reserves in Vietnam Seek UNESCO Recognition

Biosphere reserves Nui Chua in Ninh Thuan province and Kon Ha Nung in Gia Lai province have been voted for UNESCO recognition.
Asian Sites Added to UNESCO World Heritage List

Asian Sites Added to UNESCO World Heritage List

Getbol, Korean Tidal Flats; the Kaeng Krachan Forest Complex in Thailand; and the subtropical rainforest on Japan’s four islands were inscribed onto UNESCO’s world heritage list thanks to their unique natural values.
Ha Long Bay Among Nominees for Asia's Leading Tourist Attraction

Ha Long Bay Among Nominees for Asia's Leading Tourist Attraction

Vietnam's UNESCO-recognised Ha Long Bay is nominated for Asia's leading tourist attraction category at 2021 World Travel Awards.
37 New Sites Listed As UNESCO World Heritage in 2021

37 New Sites Listed As UNESCO World Heritage in 2021

After being delayed for a year because of the pandemic, UNESCO finally released the list of new UNESCO World Heritage Sites from 2020 to 2021.
Vietnam-UNESCO Cooperation Relationship Grows Over Time

Vietnam-UNESCO Cooperation Relationship Grows Over Time

The relationship between Vietnam and UNESCO has developed in both quantity and quality over time
Hoi An named Among Top 10 Picturesque Car-free Cities Globally - Video

Hoi An named Among Top 10 Picturesque Car-free Cities Globally - Video

Hoi An has been listed among the top 10 most picturesque destinations in the world which are free of cars and motorbikes by Australian travel website Traveller.
France’s baguette submitted for UNESCO heritage candidate

France’s baguette submitted for UNESCO heritage candidate

The French government on Friday announced it has chosen the baguette – its most quintessential symbol - as its candidate for UNESCO intangible cultural heritage status.
Focusing on education of Vietnamese and Russian languages in both countries

Focusing on education of Vietnamese and Russian languages in both countries

A representative of Vietnam delivered a report focusing on education of Vietnamese and Russian languages in both countries while attending an expert round table on “Topical Issues of Preserving Linguistic Diversity” held to mark International Mother Language Day (February 21).
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