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Message of the Consul General

The Consulate General of Vietnam welcomes you to learn about our people and country, to pay a visit to the heroic and beautiful country which has a culture nurtured by thousands of years. Vietnam will provide you with good opportunities for trade and investment in a stable and peacful enviroment.

Our webpage will heed all your needs by presenting you with specific information for your visiting Vietnam as well as Hong Kong and Macau. We will help you connect your business with the right counterparts. We will provide you with updated and specific information. Please do not hesitate to contact us at this address: The Consulate General of Vietnam in Hong Kong SAR,
15/F Great Smart Tower, 230 Wan Chai Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong.

Telephones: (852) 2591-4510; (852) 2591-4517; (852) 2835-9398;
TeleFax: (852) 2591-4524.
Email: vnconsul.hongkong@mofa.gov.vn

 Best regads,
    
Hoang Chi Trung

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