Vietnam treasures friendly relations with China: PM

10/11/2016 11:05

The Vietnamese Party, State and people always treasure the friendly relations with China, considering this a consistent policy, a strategic choice and a top priority in Vietnam’s foreign policy, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has said.

Vietnamese, Chinese officials discuss maintaining trade

17/04/2020 22:57

Minister of Industry and Trade Tran Tuan Anh held phone talks with Director of China’s General Administration of Customs Ni Yuefeng and Minister of Commerce Zhong San on April 17 to identify measures aimed at addressing the growing backlog of Vietnamese exports at border areas since the beginning of this month.

Vietnam’s National Day marked in China

12/09/2019 20:16

The Vietnamese Embassy in China held a ceremony to mark the 74th anniversary of Vietnam’s National Day in Beijing on September 11 with the participation of Chinese officials and representatives of foreign diplomatic corps and the Vietnamese expatriate community.

Vietnam, China pilot passenger transport route

17/09/2018 22:10

A pilot passenger road transport route through Vietnam’s Hai Phong city and Hanoi and China’s Kunming city has been opened, expected to help promote trading activities between the two countries.

Vietnam greatly values win-win cooperation with China

01/09/2018 13:53

Vietnam always place importance on win-win cooperation with Chinese localities, including Chongqing, said Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh while receiving Tang Liangzhi, Mayor of China's Chongqing province in Hanoi on August 31.

Vietnamese and Chinese police forces collaborate in arresting suspect of human trade

08/05/2017 08:32

PSNews-According to Division 5, the Police Department of Criminal Pursuit (C52), under the General Department of Vietnam Police, during the implementation of the third joint campaign of police forces of Vietnam and China (from January 1 to June 30), the division double-checked subjects of police management and wanted suspects that might have fled to China.