Nearly 360 Vietnamese citizens in the US were flown home aboard a Vietnam Airlines flight on November 22-23.
A Vietjet Air plane brought nearly 360 Vietnamese citizens back home from Japan on November 16.
Six Vietnamese citizens were killed and five others injured at a serious traffic accident in Chikreng district of Cambodia’s Siem Reap province on November 5 evening, according to the Vietnamese General Consulate in Battambang.
PSNews - According to the Vietnamese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, no Vietnamese casualties have been reported following a deadly earthquake that struck Turkey and Greece on October 30.
Nearly 280 Vietnamese citizens were brought home from Europe on a flight operated by the national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines on October 22-23.
As many as 370 Vietnamese citizens were brought home from Russia on a flight of national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines on October 15-16.
Over 270 Vietnamese citizens were flown home from Russia on a repatriation flight of Bamboo Airways on September 26 as a joint effort of competent authorities of both nations.
More than 340 Vietnamese citizens were brought home from over 30 countries in Europe, Africa and Latin America on a flight on September 24-25.
Close to 270 Vietnamese citizens were safely bought home from Australia and New Zealand on a repatriation Bamboo Airways flight on September 23 as a joint effort of competent authorities from the three countries.
Vietnam’s competent agencies and embassies in France, Morocco and Chile, Vietnam Airlines, and authorised agencies of the three host nations have coordinated to arrange a flight to repatriate close to 280 Vietnamese citizens on September 8 and 9.
A Vietnam Airlines flight brought home 313 Vietnamese citizens from the Republic of Korea on August 9.
Vietnamese authorities, representative agencies in Russia and national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines have worked together with Russian agencies to bring nearly 300 Vietnamese citizens home on July 8-9.
A total of 344 Vietnamese citizens were brought home from Australia and New Zealand on June 1 and 2 thanks to concerted efforts by Vietnamese authorities and representative agencies in the two countries, national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines and relevant Australian and New Zealand agencies.
Nearly 300 Vietnamese citizens who found themselves stuck in Thailand amid the COVID-19 pandemic returned home safely on May 18.
A total of 30 Vietnamese citizens, who have returned to the country from Wuhan – the epicentre of the novel coronavirus (nCoV) outbreak, are undergoing a 14-day isolation period at the 2nd National Hospital for Tropical Diseases in Hanoi.
The French Ministry of Foreign Affairs said there are no Vietnamese citizens recorded among victims of the January 12 gas-leak blast in Paris.
Vietnam welcomes the Republic of Korea (RoK)’s adoption of new visa regulations for Vietnamese citizens, which will help promote the people-to-people exchange between the two countries, spokesperson for the Vietnam Ministry of Foreign Affairs Le Thi Thu Hang has said.
The seventh Vietnam heritage photo contest was launched in Ho Chi Minh City on August 1, with registration now opening to Vietnamese citizens and foreigners.
The Consular Department under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has recommended Vietnamese citizens to avoid nonessential travel to Indonesia as the country has raised the security alert status to the highest level after bomb attacks on May 13 and 14.
The Consular Department under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has warned Vietnamese citizens not to travel to Syria or regions in its vicinity until stability is re-established in this Middle East nation.