Vietnam-US Literature Forum to be held in Hue

 A Vietnam-US literature forum will be held in the former imperial city of Hue on March 9.

PM receives US business guests

Vietnam ’s consistent policy is to create optimum conditions for foreign investors, particularly those from the US , and consider their success as part of Vietnam ’s development.

US to assist Vietnam to meet trade requirements

The US wants to beef up economic ties with Vietnam and is willing to provide the latter with technical assistance to meet the requirements of the TPP

Mekong countries commit to fighting human trafficking

Vietnam has fully implemented international commitments and actively taken part in regional and international forums, including a commitment on fighting human trafficking crimes with Mekong sub-region countries

Vietnam, US enhance relationship

The US is keen to enhance ties with Vietnam towards strategic partnership, and will to continue step up cooperation in trade, investment, science-technology, education and training

US Assistant Secretary of State visits VN

US attaches importance to relations with the Asia-Pacific region, contributing to peace, cooperation and development in the region and wants to further develop ties with Vietnam towards the strategic partnership.

Vietnamese leaders welcome US Senators

Vietnam considers the US as one of its leading partners and wants to bring the two countries’ relations to a new height

Ministers receive US Senate delegation

Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh and Defence Minister Phung Quang Thanh on Jan. 19 hosted receptions in Hanoi for a visiting US delegation led by Senator John McCain.

Vietnam officially joined the The Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves

On December 29, 2011, Vice Minister for Foreign Affairs Bui Thanh Son, on behalf of the Government of Vietnam, has sent the letter indicating the country's intention to join the The Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves, making Vietnam as the newest implemeting partner of the Alliance. This decision was a response to the invitation by US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton extended to Deputy Prime Minister, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Vietnam Pham Gia Khiem at the Ministerial Meeting of the Lower Mekong Itiative (LMI) held in July 2011, in Bali, Indonesia,

Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung received visiting member of US House of Representatives Robert Filner in Hanoi on Jan. 11.

(VNA) Dung hailed Robert Filner’s efforts in supporting Agent Orange victims as well as his close cooperation with Vietnamese associates in dealing with AO/dioxin consequences.

The PM also highly valued Filner and his colleagues’ endeavours to bring the issue of AO/dioxin to hearings at the US House of Representatives and Senate, thus helping the US Congress, government and people understand more about the impacts and consequences of AO/dioxin in Vietnam .