Vietnam Painting Exhibition Held in Ukrainian City

Vietnam Painting Exhibition Held in Ukrainian City

Ukraine welcomes the opening of the Vietnam painting exhibition amidst this difficult time.
Vietnamese Epic Poem Introduced in Kiev

Vietnamese Epic Poem Introduced in Kiev

The epic Luc Van Tien of Vietnamese poet Nguyen Dinh Chieu was introduced in Ukraine on occassion of the latter's 200th birth anniversary celebration.
Vietnam News Today (Jun 23): Local Airlines Spread Wings to Reach Lucrative Markets This Summer

Vietnam News Today (Jun 23): Local Airlines Spread Wings to Reach Lucrative Markets This Summer

Vietnam News Today (Jun 23): Covid-19: Vietnam confirms 888 new cases on June 22; Local airlines spread wings to reach lucrative markets this summer; Vietnam, Cambodia strengthen relations; Vietnam, Ukraine cooperate in citizen protection.
In Photos: Young Vietnamese Help Refugees on Ukraine Border

In Photos: Young Vietnamese Help Refugees on Ukraine Border

During the past 2 months, along the border of Ukraine, Vietnamese youth union members and students have provided invaluable help for people in need.
Young Vietnamese Volunteer for Compatriots in Eastern Europe

Young Vietnamese Volunteer for Compatriots in Eastern Europe

The enthusiasm of young Vietnamese volunteers warmed the hearts of compatriots who fled from Ukraine to Eastern European countries.
Vietnamese Embassy to Germany Encourages Viet Citizens Evacuate From Ukraine

Vietnamese Embassy to Germany Encourages Viet Citizens Evacuate From Ukraine

The delegation led by Ambassador Vu Quang Minh visited the Eisenhüttenstadt Center, where refugees from Ukraine, including nearly 200 Vietnamese, have been received.
Vietnam News Today (Mar. 20): Fewer Tropical Storms Expected to Hit Vietnam This Year

Vietnam News Today (Mar. 20): Fewer Tropical Storms Expected to Hit Vietnam This Year

Vietnam News Today (Mar. 20): Covid-19: Daily infections falls by 12,500 to 150,000 in Vietnam; Another 259 Vietnamese from Ukraine arrive home on flight from Poland; Fewer tropical storms expected to hit Vietnam this year; Vietnam’s forces save Panamanian ship in distress near Truong Sa archipelago.
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.
Vietnam News Today (Mar. 14): Vietnam Aims to Complete Booster Shots in Q1

Vietnam News Today (Mar. 14): Vietnam Aims to Complete Booster Shots in Q1

Vietnam News Today (Mar. 14): Nearly 600 more Vietnamese fleeing Ukraine repatriated; Improving business environment, the key to economic growth; Vietnam aims to complete booster shots in Q1; Now is a golden opportunity to reopen tourism.
Vietnamese In Ukraine Receive Continuous Support Of Associations

Vietnamese In Ukraine Receive Continuous Support Of Associations

Vietnamese associations abroad have pledged to work closely in citizen protection and support for the Vietnamese community in Ukraine.
First Overseas Vietnamese Return from Ukraine

First Overseas Vietnamese Return from Ukraine

The Vietnamese returning from Ukraine on the first flight to protect citizens from Romania to Hanoi were happy to be being in their homeland.
Vietnam News Today (Mar. 9): Vietnam, Qatar Boost Tourism Cooperation

Vietnam News Today (Mar. 9): Vietnam, Qatar Boost Tourism Cooperation

Vietnam News Today (Mar. 9): Vietnam logs 162,435 new Covid-19 cases on March 8; Vietnam, Qatar boost tourism cooperation; Vietnam Airlines ready to conduct other repatriation flight; First electric bus route in HCM City to debut on Wednesday.
State President Urges Ministries to Give Highest Priority For Protecting OVs in Ukraine

State President Urges Ministries to Give Highest Priority For Protecting OVs in Ukraine

In a statement relating Vietnamese in Ukraine, President Nguyen Xuan Phuc stressed that the spirit of humanity and responsibility was very urgent.
President: Highest Priority to be Given to Citizen Protection in Ukraine

President: Highest Priority to be Given to Citizen Protection in Ukraine

State President Nguyen Xuan Phuc on March 6 requested the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and relevant agencies to give the highest priority to protecting Vietnamese expatriates in Ukraine amidst escalating tensions between Russia and Ukraine.
Most Vietnamese Citizens In Ukraine Evacuated From Battle Zone: spokesperson

Most Vietnamese Citizens In Ukraine Evacuated From Battle Zone: spokesperson

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) spokeswoman Le Thi Thu Hang said that Vietnam gives the highest priority to citizen protection measures in Ukraine.
Vietnam News Today (Mar. 3): Hazardous Air Pollution Engulfs Hanoi

Vietnam News Today (Mar. 3): Hazardous Air Pollution Engulfs Hanoi

Vietnam News Today (Mar. 3): Vietnam first time records more than 110,000 Covid-19 cases a day; Vietjet to operate free flight repatriating Vietnamese citizens from Ukraine on March 6; Hazardous air pollution engulfs Hanoi; Vietnam completes consultation on National Green Growth Strategy.
Vietnam Calls for Dialogue, Citizen Protection in Ukraine

Vietnam Calls for Dialogue, Citizen Protection in Ukraine

A Vietnamese representative to the United Nations has called on parties concerned to hold dialogue and protect civilians in Ukraine amidst escalating tensions in the country.
Vietnam News Today (Mar. 1): Vietnam Determined to Successfully Host SEA Games 31

Vietnam News Today (Mar. 1): Vietnam Determined to Successfully Host SEA Games 31

Vietnam News Today (Mar. 1): Covid-19: More than 94,000 new cases recorded in single day; Vietnam determined to successfully host SEA Games 31; Airlines asked to make plans to repatriate Vietnamese citizens from Ukraine; Vietnam holds crucial position as part of global supply chain.
Russia Marches into Eastern Ukraine: Vietnamese Remain Calm

Russia Marches into Eastern Ukraine: Vietnamese Remain Calm

Facing the situation in which Russian President Putin announced a military operation in Donbas and entered eastern Ukraine, many Vietnamese living there said they went to buy supplies. Many people worry that there will be power outages and water shortages in the coming days. However, everyone remains calm to deal with the current situation.
Vietnamese Ambassador to Ukraine: Vietnamese people in Donbass working as usual

Vietnamese Ambassador to Ukraine: Vietnamese people in Donbass working as usual

The Vietnamese people in Ukraine and particularly the Donbass region, remain stable yet citizens should be a bit more cautious when going out at night, said the Vietnamese Ambassador to Ukraine.
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