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Greetings from the Consul General
 
Welcome to the website of the Consulate General of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam in Guangzhou.
 
Vietnam and China are two neighbouring countries with their mountains and rivers embracing one another. Moreover, Guangzhou has a close and long-standing relationship with provinces of Vietnam in political, economic and cultural areas. The city of Guangzhou once served as the “cradle” for the Vietnamese revolution and it is where you can find the tomb of the renowned martyr Pham Hong Thai and the historical monument of “Association of Revolutionary Young Comrades” founded by President Ho Chi Minh during the period of 1924-1927.. The Guangdong market, especially the annual Spring and Autumn Import-Export Trade Fairs of China, has been attracting many Vietnamese businesses for business and investment opportunities. After 1992 (in 1993 or in 2007?), the Vietnamese Consulate General was reopened. It has practically presented itselfas a bridge to connect Vietnam with China, contributing to the enhancement of mutual understanding and development of both countries.
 
This website is constructed with the hope to provide Chinese and international friends with useful information on the beautiful country of Vietnam. We welcome you to Vietnam for investment, tourism and exploration of amazing things about the history and people of Vietnam.

Thank you!

 
Foreign Affairs News
Viet Nam, Panama hold first deputy-ministerial consultation (23-11-2014)
(VNA) - Deputy Foreign Minister Ha Kim Ngoc have agreed on a proposal to facilitate visits at all levels and establish effective cooperation mechanisms with Panama in a recent political consultation with his Panamanian counterpart Luis Miguel Hincapie.

* DPM,PM: ASEAN forum focuses on vision, identity, community (22-11-2014)
* Viet Nam, Mongolia mark 60 years of diplomatic ties in Hanoi (18-11-2014)
* International workshop on East Sea opens in Da Nang (17-11-2014)
Consulate General News

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Other News
Remarks by MOFA Spokesperson Le Hai Binh on November 20, 2014 (20-11-2014)

* Remarks by MOFA Spokesperson Le Hai Binh on China’s illegal reclamation activities (06-11-2014)
* Remarks by MOFA Spokesperson Le Hai Binh on Chinese Taipei’s announcement of live-fire exercise on Taiping Island (i.e. Ba Binh Island in Viet Nam’s Truong Sa Archipelago) (04-11-2014)
* Remarks by MOFA Deputy Spokesperson Pham Thu Hang on sexual assault against Vietnamese citizen in Malaysia (31-10-2014)

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