Vietnam, Czech Republic mark 70 years of diplomatic ties

Diplomatic relations between Vietnam and former Czechoslovakia, now the Czech Republic, were established on February 2, 1950. Since then, bilateral friendship and cooperation have been strengthened.
Vietnam, Czech Republic mark 70 years of diplomatic ties hinh anh 1President Ho Chi Minh and First Secretary of the Czechoslovakia Communist Party and President Antonín Novotný greet Hanoi people during the latter visit to Vietnam (Jan. 22, 1963) (Photo: VNA)
Vietnam, Czech Republic mark 70 years of diplomatic ties hinh anh 2President Ho Chi Minh receives Prime Minister Jozef Lenárt of Czechoslovakia on an official visit to Vietnam (Sept. 23, 1966) (Photo: VNA)
Vietnam, Czech Republic mark 70 years of diplomatic ties hinh anh 3President Ho Chi Minh and First Secretary of the Czechoslovakia Communist Party and President Antonín Novotný sign the Vietnam- Czechoslovakia joint statement (Jan. 27, 1963) (Photo: VNA)
Vietnam, Czech Republic mark 70 years of diplomatic ties hinh anh 4President Ho Chi Minh and First Secretary of the Czechoslovakia Communist Party and President Antonín Novotný visit Vietnam- Czechoslovakia hospital, Hai Phong city (Jan. 25, 1963) (Photo: VNA)
Vietnam, Czech Republic mark 70 years of diplomatic ties hinh anh 5President Ho Chi Minh and Prime Minister Viliam Siroký witness the signing of the Vietnam- Czechoslovakia joint statement, March 20, 1957 (Photo: VNA)
Vietnam, Czech Republic mark 70 years of diplomatic ties hinh anh 6President Ho Chi Minh hold talks with Prime Minister Viliam Siroký during the latter visit to Vietnam (March 17, 1957) (Photo: VNA)
Vietnam, Czech Republic mark 70 years of diplomatic ties hinh anh 7President Ho Chi Minh talks to over 30,000 workers of Vysočina industrial park during his friendship visit to Czechoslovakia (July 17, 1957) (Photo: VNA)
Vietnam, Czech Republic mark 70 years of diplomatic ties hinh anh 8A delegation of the Czechoslovakia National Assembly visits Bach Mai hospital (April 5, 1973) (Photo: VNA)
Vietnam, Czech Republic mark 70 years of diplomatic ties hinh anh 9A class at the Prague Vietnamese language centre in the Czech Republic has proved its efficiency in improving communication and language skills for Vietnamese children and helping them understand more about traditional culture and history (2019) (Photo: VNA)
Vietnam, Czech Republic mark 70 years of diplomatic ties hinh anh 10Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc hold talks with Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis during his official visit to the Czech Republic (April 17, 2019) (Photo: VNA)
Vietnam, Czech Republic mark 70 years of diplomatic ties hinh anh 11National Assembly Chairman Nguyen Phu Trong visits ancient square in Prague, Czech Republic (2009) (Photo: VNA)
Vietnam, Czech Republic mark 70 years of diplomatic ties hinh anh 12Party General Secretary and National Assembly Chairman Nguyen Phu Trong welcomes Vojtech Filip, Chairman of the Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia visiting Vietnam (2011) (Photo: VNA)
Vietnam, Czech Republic mark 70 years of diplomatic ties hinh anh 13National Assembly Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan meets with Czech President Milos Zeman on a State visit to Vietnam (June, 7, 2017) (Photo: VNA)
Vietnam, Czech Republic mark 70 years of diplomatic ties hinh anh 14Vietnamese garment products are fovoured in the Czech market (Photo: VNA)
Vietnam, Czech Republic mark 70 years of diplomatic ties hinh anh 15Made-in-Vietnam footwear products are among commodities exported to the Czech Republic (Photo: VNA)
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