Cambodian Minister of Commerce Pan Sorasak (R) speaks at press conference announcing the outcomes of AEM-54 and related meetings (Photo: VNA)

Vietnam makes active contributions to AEM-54, related meetings

The Vietnamese delegation led by Minister of Industry and Trade Nguyen Hong Dien contributed constructive ideas to strengthen economic cooperation among ASEAN member states and between them with their partners at the 54th ASEAN Economic Ministers’ Meeting (AEM-54) and related meetings in Cambodia last week.
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Laos plans to export electricity to Vietnam

The Lao Government and relevant energy companies plan to spend over 2 billion USD for the construction of a wind power project in Sepon district, Savannakhet province to serve domestic demand and export to Vietnam.
A view of Ha Long Bay (Photo: VNA)

Entries invited to 2023 ASEAN Tourism

The Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) has called on departments of tourism across the country to nominate candidates for the 2023 Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Tourism Awards.
Containers handled at Hai Phong port. (Photo: An Dang/VNA)

ASEAN Investment Report 2022 released

The ASEAN Investment Report (AIR) 2022 titled “Pandemic Recovery and Investment Facilitation” was released at the 25th Meeting of ASEAN Economic Ministers - ASEAN Investment Area Council (AEM - AIA25) on September 14.
The flags of ASEAN and its member countries. (Photo: Reuters)

ACPHEED Secretariat Office launched in Thailand

The Secretariat Office of the ASEAN Centre for Public Health Emergencies and Emerging Diseases (ACPHEED) was soft launched on August 26 at the Bangrak Medical Centre in Bangkok, Thailand, to boost capacity of ASEAN in response to public health emergencies.
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EU, ASEAN to hold summit to develop supply chains

The European Union (EU) and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) will hold a summit of national leaders for the first time in December to discuss expanding trade and infrastructure assistance as the EU seeks to strengthen ties with ASEAN.

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ASEAN Day 2022 held in Washington D.C.

The ASEAN Family Day 2022 has been organised in Washington D.C., drawing the participation of nearly 200 ASEAN embassy members and their families, as well as representatives from the US Department of State.

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ASEAN Day held for first time in Cuba

Over 120 delegates from representative missions of Vietnam, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Cambodia and Myanmar in Cuba on August 8 gathered together in a flag hoisting ceremony to celebrate the 55th founding anniversary of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).

Argentinian Deputy Foreign Minister Pablo Tettamanti  (third, right) and ambassadors of ASEAN countries at the ceremony. (Photo: VNA)

ASEAN founding anniversary celebrated in Argentina, Mexico

The embassies of Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) member countries in Argentina, including Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia, the Philippines and Malaysia, in coordination with the Foreign Ministry of the host country, held a ceremony to mark the 55th founding anniversary of ASEAN on August 8.

US Ambassador to Vietnam Marc Evans Knapper

ASEAN contributes to regional peace, cooperation and development

On the occasion of the 55th anniversary of the ASEAN (August 8, 1967 - 2022), Ambassadors of ASEAN countries and the Association’s partners shared about the achievements of cooperation between the two sides, contributing to maintaining peace, stability, cooperation and sustainable development throughout the region.

Ambassador Vu Ho, acting head of ASEAN SOM Vietnam (Photo: VNA)

Vietnam’s initiatives at AMM-55 receive support: ambassador

Opinions raised by Vietnam at the 55th ASEAN Foreign Ministers' Meeting (AMM-55) and related meetings, which took place in Cambodia from August 2-5, received support from other participating countries and were included in documents of the meetings, said Ambassador Vu Ho, acting head of ASEAN SOM Vietnam.

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