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14-11-2013 New Deputy PM: external activities serve national development
01-01-2013 External activities contribute to national development
02-11-2011 RoK, Mekong nations hold ministerial meeting
31-10-2011 Vietnam attends UN forum on human rights
11-10-2011 Remarks by H.E. Mr. Pham Binh Minh, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Socialist Republic of Viet Nam at US's Council on Foreign Relations
14-04-2010 Remarks by H.E. Mr. Nguyen Tan Dung Prime Minister of the Socialist Republic of Viet Nam on National Actions to Secure Nuclear Material and Prevent Illicit Trafficking
30-10-2009 Deputy Minister Nguyen Thanh Son's speech
23-04-2009 INTERVIEW WITH H.E. PRIME MINISTER NGUYEN TAN DZUNG BY THE SOUTH CHINA MORNING POST
27-03-2009 Statement by H.E Ambassador Le Luong Minh
27-02-2009 Outcomes of land border demarcation and the installation of border markers between Vietnam and China at Huu Nghi Border Gate, Ban Gioc Waterfall and Bac Luan River Mouth.
23-01-2009 Vietnam to pursue foreign policy of peace in 2009
15-01-2009 Vietnam to pursue comprehensive foreign policy in 2009
06-01-2009 Deputy Minister,Vu dung: A Historic Event in Vietnam- China Relations
03-09-2008 REMARKS BY H.E. PRIME MINISTER NGUYEN TAN DZUNG AT THE RECEPTION ON OCCASION OF THE NATIONAL DAY OF VIETNAM (2 September, 2008)
06-08-2008 Vietnam creates impression at UNSC
05-03-2008 Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung: Vietnam has a bright future
23-01-2008 Deputy PM Pham Gia Khiem: VIETNAM CONFIDENT ON THE PATH OF INTEGRATION
30-12-2007 Deputy PM: diplomatic service contributes to national successes
06-11-2007 State President expects more US investors to arrive
06-11-2007 Vietnam expects US to be its No. 1 partner and investor

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