Achievements in mass mobilisation work recorded over the last five years have contributed significantly to enhancing the close ties between the Party, the State, and the people, a Party official said at a conference in Hanoi on December 31.
Foreign media view 2020 as a truly special year for Vietnam as the country has not only performed the dual role of ASEAN Chair and a non-permanent member of the UN Security Council (UNSC) but also done a good job of concurrently containing COVID-19 and sustaining economic growth.
From the end of December to February of the following year, Co Thach beach in Tuy Phong district, Binh Thuan province is covered with an exotic green moss coat, attracting crowds of visitors.
The coastal route in Ninh Thuan province is known as the most beautiful one of its kind in Vietnam. For many years, this place has always been one of the must-see destinations for tourists to visit and explore.
Though 2020 is a challenging year for Vietnam with the rise of COVID-19, the 14th National Assembly (NA) has taken innovative approaches and managed to complete an enormous workload to fulfill all its three missions in lawmaking, supervision and major decision-making.
Foreign investors had poured more than 28.5 billion USD into the Vietnamese market as of December 20, equivalent to 75 percent of the amount in the same period last year.
Multinationals are looking to set up their bases in Vietnam despite various challenges that the country poses as a manufacturing destination, according to the Financial Times in the UK.
The Party Central Committee’s Commission for Information and Education has presented certificates of merit to 30 collectives, including the World News Department of the Vietnam News Agency, and 16 individuals for their outstanding performance in the external information service and communications about seas, islands, and land border.
The Vietnam News Agency has selected the ten most significant global economic issues during the year.
Vietnam Ambassador to the UK Tran Ngoc An and UK Ambassador to Vietnam Gareth Edward Ward signed the free trade agreement between the two countries on December 29 in London. The two countries’ ambassadors were authorised to sign the deal as leading officials of the Vietnam Gov't and Minister of Industry and Trade Tran Tuan Anh were unable to travel to the UK to sign directly amid Covid-19.
The Sputnik news agency of Russia recently published an article that reviewed commentaries on Vietnam posted by Russian and other countries’ press outlets, reflecting Vietnam’s COVID-19 combat and achievements in different areas, especially diplomacy and economy.
The 2020 CPI rose by 3.23 percent from 2019 while basic inflation climbed by 2.31 percent annually.
The Party Central Committee’s Commission for External Relations convened a meeting in Hanoi on December 29 to review its performance over the course of 2020 and define tasks for 2021.
Vietnam’s economy is expected to move to the 19th position in the rankings of the World Economic League Table in 2035, according to the Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR).
An online conference between the Government and localities took place on December 28-29 to implement the 14th National Assembly’s resolution on socio-economic development tasks in 2021.
Vietnam is considered one of the 10 nations with the highest gross domestic product (GDP) growth in the world in 2020 and one of the 16 most successful emerging economies, Party General Secretary and State President Nguyen Phu Trong has said.
The Vietnamese community in Russia has a close attachment to the homeland. Founded in the 1990s, most were sent to study or work in the country, while a few have now served in its military. Despite living far away, the military men, who are usually called “Uncle Ho’s soldiers”, still look back fondly on the homeland.
With a thriving economy, stable political system, and a rich culture, Vietnam has been a secure home for not only Vietnamese but also many international friends.
The national strategy on road traffic safety for 2021-2030 period and a vision to 2045 aims to reduce the number of deaths and injuries caused by road traffic accidents annually by 5-10 percent in a sustainable manner.
Dubbed as “Ha Long Bay on land” with peaceful villages along the banks, Hoa Binh Lake is becoming an attractive tourism destination for visitors.