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  • 20 Years of U.S.-Vietnam Health Cooperation

    20 Years of U.S.-Vietnam Health Cooperation

    On October 28, Ambassador Ted Osius, together with Minister of Health Nguyen Thi Kim Tien, and Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs Ha Kim Ngoc joined the event that celebrated the 20th anniversary of U.S.-Vietnam health cooperation and highlighted achievements in the field.

  • Ambassador’s Remarks at Ho Chi Minh Academy

    Ambassador’s Remarks at Ho Chi Minh Academy

    On September 3, Ambassador Ted Osius delivered remarks at the Ho Chi Minh National Academy of Politics, at the conference in honor of the 70th anniversary of Independence of Vietnam.

  • A/AS Garber Visits Vietnam

    A/AS Garber Visits Vietnam

    Acting Assistant Secretary of State for Oceans, International Environmental and Scientific Affairs Judy Garber visited Vietnam to explore collaborative efforts to address environmental concerns.

  • Secretary Kery's Visit to Vietnam, August 6-7, 2015

    Secretary Kerry's Visit to Vietnam

    Secretary Kerry (Aug. 7): "This is a really historic moment as we mark the 20th anniversary of the establishment of normal diplomatic relations between the United States and the Socialist Republic of Vietnam."

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  • Joint Statement on the ASEAN-U.S. Strategic Partnership

    "Today we dedicate ourselves anew to bringing security and opportunity to our peoples and addressing emerging regional and global challenges in the continued promotion of a peaceful, stable, integrated, and prosperous Asia-Pacific community."

  • Fact Sheet: U.S.-ASEAN Relations

    The U.S. and the ASEAN have been partners for nearly 40 years, working together on shared goals of stability, prosperity, and peace in Southeast Asia. The decision today to elevate this relationship to a strategic partnership marks a new era of even stronger cooperation.

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  • United States to Broaden Support for Persons with Disabilities in Vietnam
    United States to Broaden Support for Persons with Disabilities in Vietnam

    With continuing funding from the U.S. Congress, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) announced six new projects serving persons with disabilities in Vietnam aimed at promoting health, social inclusion and disability rights. 

  • Governor Kate Brown shakes hand with Vietnam Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung.
    Governor’s Visit to Deepen Oregon-Vietnam Cooperation

    On Monday, October 19, Oregon Governor Kate Brown signed a Letter of Intent with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to deepen Oregon-Vietnam cooperation on trade and investment, education and training, urban planning, environmental protection, and people-to-people ties. Ambassador Ted Osius, Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs Ha Kim Ngoc, and representatives from four provinces attended the signing ceremony.  

  • Participants from Vinh City celebrate a successful colloquium with a group photo.
    From Action to ASEAN: Action Research as Professional Development

    U.S. Mission Vietnam’s English Language Fellow Program and Vietnam's Ministry of Education and Training teamed up to host an innovative professional development program for English educators, ranging from primary through university. English Language Fellows and their counterparts are implementing this four stage program designed to support and empower teachers to improve their teaching practice through action research.