Bound by cultural ties and common interests, India and Vietnam are set to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the establishment of their diplomatic relations in 2022 as the two strategic …Read More
NEW DELHI: As India-Vietnam ties deepen, Hanoi has decided to expand its diplomatic footprint in India by appointing Honorary Consul General in Bangalore. In an elegant ceremony at a hotel …Read More
Amid shifting geopolitical currents, the prime ministers of India and Vietnam held a telephonic conversation and underlined their commitment to “similar vision of an open, inclusive, peaceful and rules-based Indian …Read More
The first-ever virtual summit between the prime ministers of India and Vietnam has ushered in a new era of Comprehensive Strategic Partnership between the two close partners as they signed …Read More
The text of the Keynote Address by India’s Minister of State for External Affairs V. Muraleedharan, at VIISAS-ICWA International Webinar on October 7 is as follows: India enjoys a special …Read More
The coronavirus pandemic has opened new pathways of cooperation between the two strategic partners as Vietnam assured to provide India with medical supplies such as protective gear to combat the …Read More
The Special Commemorative Summit is poised to open a new chapter in the history of India-ASEAN relations. With India and ASEAN emerging as the fastest growing region in the world, there are enormous possibilities for expanding and diversifying this mutually energising relationship across the spectrum.
In this interview with Manish Chand, Editor-in-Chief, India and World, Vietnam’s Ambassador to India Ton Sinh Thanh argues that given India’s close historical and cultural connections and its growing economy, India should play a bigger role in the extended Indo-Pacific region. To fructify this huge potential, enhancing connectivity will be a potential game-changer in taking India-ASEAN strategic partnership to new heights.
Amid the churn in the South China Sea, the Vietnamese envoy also pitches for a real and abiding enforceable code of conduct and argues that the sea of Southeast Asia is an open sea of all countries, including India.