Wednesday, July 23, 2014
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From the Ambassador

Welcome to the Embassy of Viet Nam s’ Website. The Embassy works to promote the image of Viet Nam, to deepen the multifaceted cooperation and foster the friendly relationship between Viet Nam and New Zealand.

Our dedicated staff wish to help  New Zealanders understand Viet Nam better as it is one of the best countries in Asia to invest in  and trade with. We welcome all New Zealanders  travelling to Viet Nam. You will discover a Viet Nam of long history, amazing cultural diversity and  beautiful scenery.  You will also enjoy the hospitality of our people and  witness one of the fastest growing countries in Asia.

For Vietnamese living in New Zealand, we aim to provide them with the best consular services, encourage them to keep their Vietnamese identity and culture and help them to have updated information about their home land.

We are also pleased to assist our citizens while doing business, visiting or studying in New Zealand.

It is our hope that this website will provide  useful information about Viet Nam as well as the growing partnership between Viet Nam and New Zealand.

Thank you !

Nguyen Hong Cuong

Ambassador of Viet Nam to New Zealand

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Embassy News
Viet Nam Ambassador to New Zealand presents credentials (23-06-2011)
(VNA - 17/6/2011) - Vietnamese Ambassador to New Zealand Nguyen Hong Cuong on June 16 presented his credentials to Governor-General of New Zealand Anand Satyanand in the capital city of Wellington.

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Other news
Geneva Conference 1954: Lessons for Viet Nam’s diplomatic sector (21-07-2014)
Nhan Dan Online – Sixty years have passed after the Geneva Agreement signed, with changes of the international situation as well as Viet Nam's position. Peace, co-operation and development have become the trend and great aspiration of countries. However, the complicated impacts of the changing world situation still pose significant challenges for the national development. Precious lessons from the Geneva Conference preserve their values for foreign affairs nowadays.

* Remarks by FM Spokesman Le Hai Binh on Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 crash (21-07-2014)
* Remarks by FM Spokesman Le Hai Binh on Japanese FM Press Announcement regarding Viet Nam ODA-funded projects (21-07-2014)
* Safeguarding national sovereignty - a sacred mission: PM (21-07-2014)