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Thursday, February 27, 2020
Tags: Vietnam and France
France a priority partner: NA Chairwoman France a priority partner: NA Chairwoman
National Assembly Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan has stated that Vietnam attached importance to cooperation with Europe, with France as a priority partner.
Vietnam among hottest destinations for US travelers in 2019 Vietnam among hottest destinations for US travelers in 2019
Vietnam has been named among the top ten hot destinations for US travelers in 2019 by the US Tour Operators Association.
Vietnamese Deputy PM Trinh Dinh Dung visits France Vietnamese Deputy PM Trinh Dinh Dung visits France
Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung is paying a working visit to France from October 26-28 to seek measures to continue cementing ties between Vietnam and France.
Vietnam France work out measures to foster relations Vietnam, France work out measures to foster relations
Vietnamese President Tran Dai Quang and his French counterpart Francois Hollande agreed on various measures to boost the countries’ relations during their talks in Hanoi on September 6 morning as part of the French President’s State visit to Vietnam.
How to adopt a Vietnamese child How to adopt a Vietnamese child
According to the Vietnamese law, overseas Vietnamese being the natural aunt of a child permanently residing in Vietnam may adopt that child in accordance with the regulations on inter-country adoption of specific children.
Vietnamese Government - its organization and operation during anti-French war of resistance Vietnamese Government - its organization and operation during anti-French war of resistance
The August 1945 Revolution succeeded, having abolished the Vietnamese monarchy which had existed for more than one thousand years as well as the century-old colonial regime and having given rise to a people’s democratic republic, that was the Democratic Republic of Vietnam.
On strike: Vietnamese law on labor disputes On strike: Vietnamese law on labor disputes
Strikes in Vietnam, as in other countries, have a long history. After Vietnam regained independence from the French in 1954, strikes were recognized as a fundamental right of labor, and officially acknowledged by the central government. Article 174 of Decree No. 29/SL, dated March 12, 1947, stipulated: “workers have the rights to freedom of assembly and strike. A subsequent decree shall define the scope of exercise of these rights as well as modes of conciliation and arbitration.” However, due to the war between Vietnam and France, “a subsequent decree” was never issued, and so Decree No. 29/SL was never enforced.
Vietnam-France relations flourish Vietnam-France relations flourish
The Vietnamese Party General Secretary’s visit to France (June 6-9) had confirmed the two nations’ mutual desires to protect and promote their traditional friendship and bilateral cooperation, says a joint communiqué released in Paris.

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