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Thursday, January 20, 2022
Tags: international tourists
Deputy PM requests action to meet foreigners OVs demand for coming to Vietnam Deputy PM requests action to meet foreigners, OVs’ demand for coming to Vietnam
Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam has ordered relevant agencies to take prompt action to meet foreigners and overseas Vietnamese's demand for coming to Vietnam.
Live fully in Vietnam campaign welcomes back international visitors "Live fully in Vietnam" campaign welcomes back international visitors
The Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) has officially launched a campaign called "Live fully in Vietnam" to welcome international tourists back to five destinations in the country.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs gives updates on vaccine passport scheme types of vaccines to be recognized Ministry of Foreign Affairs gives updates on vaccine passport scheme, types of vaccines to be recognized
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs on October 7 gave updates on the progress of vaccine passports, especially the vaccines that Vietnam would recognize in this scheme as part of the reopening plan.
Vietnam works to launch vaccine passport soon: Vice Spokesperson Vietnam works to launch vaccine passport soon: Vice Spokesperson
To ensure the implementation of the dual goals of pandemic prevention and economic development, Vietnamese authorities are working for the early deployment of vaccine passports and adjusting regulations on entry and exit, creating more favorable conditions for foreign experts, workers and investors to enter the nation.
Freedom of movement in Vietnam in the context of COVID-19 pandemic Freedom of movement in Vietnam in the context of COVID-19 pandemic
Freedom of movement is among the fundamental rights under the 1966 International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR) to which Vietnam has been a member state since 1982. Freedom of movement not only creates the premise for an individual to enjoy civil, political, and other economic, social and cultural rights, but also as a condition to promote the development of the economy and society of countries. Nonetheless, the right to freedom of movement is not absolute and can be subjected to restrictions in certain circumstances. The following article examines the regulations on restrictions on freedom of movement following the ICCPR and Vietnam’s law, and evaluates the practical implementation as well as the shortcomings of the restrictions amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
Vietnamese tourism moves to new stage of development in 2021 Vietnamese tourism moves to new stage of development in 2021
Vietnam’s tourism sector will enter a new stage of development this year, with new measures sought to not only recover tourism activities but also ensure disease prevention and people’s safety, Vu The Binh, permanent vice chairman of the Vietnam Tourism Association, has told the media.
PM requests stable production activities PM requests stable production activities
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has requested sectors and businesses to make sure production activities continue as normal, despite the outbreak of SARS-CoV-2.
Vietnams diplomacy achievements in 2019 Vietnam’s diplomacy achievements in 2019
While the world saw profound global instability in 2019, the Pacific-Asia area proved to be the leading region in terms of economic integration, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Phạm Bình Minh has said.
PM: positive results in 10 months create foundation for sustainable growth PM: positive results in 10 months create foundation for sustainable growth
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc told a regular cabinet meeting in Hanoi on November 5 that positive results of the economy in October and the past 10 months create an important foundation for new production capacity and sustainable growth.
VNs economy maintains growth amid global economic challenges VN’s economy maintains growth amid global economic challenges
Vietnam’s economy maintained growth across all sectors, especially tourism, in the first eight months of 2019 despite global economic challenges and escalating trade tensions, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc said at a cabinet meeting in Hanoi on Wednesday.

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