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Welcome you to website of the Consulate general of the S.R.of Vietnam in Hong Kong

 Would you like to have better understanding about Vietnam’s people and land? Would you like to visit a heroic and beautiful country with thousand years of history? Would you like to look for business opportunities in a potentially increasing market in a stable and peaceful environment and a speedily-grown economy?

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The Consulate General of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam in Hong Kong
15/F Great Smart Tower, 230 Wan Chai Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
Tel: (852) 25914517                    
Fax: (852) 25914524
Emai: tlsqhk@mofa.gov.vn

 
Nguyen Thi Nha
Consul General
Foreign Affairs News
DPM Minh visits three European nations (23-07-2014)
VGP – Deputy PM, FM Pham Binh Minh will pay official visits to France on July 22, Czech Republic on July 24 and Poland on July 25-26.

* Viet Nam, France enhance strategic partnership (23-07-2014)
* Party leader congratulates ruling Indian party chief (22-07-2014)
* Sri Lanka, Viet Nam need to fight crimes together: Deputy PM (22-07-2014)
Consulate General News
Office close in Lunar New Year (28-01-2014)
On the Occasion of its traditional Lunar New Year, the Consulate General of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam in Hong Kong will be closed from Monday January 27th through Wednesday February 05th, 2014 and will resume work on Thusday Ferbruary 06th 2014.

* Office close (28-01-2014)
* Vietnam’s tourism broadcast on Hong Kong’s TVB (14-06-2011)
* Macao promises stronger cooperation with Viet Nam (12-02-2008)
Other News
Geneva Conference 1954: Lessons for Viet Nam’s diplomatic sector (21-07-2014)
Nhan Dan Online – Sixty years have passed after the Geneva Agreement signed, with changes of the international situation as well as Viet Nam's position. Peace, co-operation and development have become the trend and great aspiration of countries. However, the complicated impacts of the changing world situation still pose significant challenges for the national development. Precious lessons from the Geneva Conference preserve their values for foreign affairs nowadays.

* Remarks by FM Spokesman Le Hai Binh on Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 crash (21-07-2014)
* Remarks by FM Spokesman Le Hai Binh on Japanese FM Press Announcement regarding Viet Nam ODA-funded projects (21-07-2014)
* Safeguarding national sovereignty - a sacred mission: PM (21-07-2014)