Italy was among the first Western European countries (the first of the then EEC) to establish diplomatic relations with Vietnam, on 23rd March 1973. From that time Italy has always been one of its main partners and had the opportunity to consolidate a relationship built on friendship and dialogue.
In recent years, bilateral relations have experienced steady intensification, especially since 2013, when, on the occasion of the celebrations for the 40th anniversary of bilateral relations, a strategic partnership agreement was signed in Rome, which has expanded the range of possibilities of Italy-Vietnamcollaboration in all fields.
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Photographic exhibition “Italy and Vietnam. 50 years of friendship and collaboration”
On the 50th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Italy and Vietnam, a photographic exhibition captures some of the most significant moments in the relationship between the two Countries. Curated by ANSA with the contribution of the Vietnam News Agency, the exhibition has been inaugurated at Casa Italia in Hanoi on the sidelines of the Italian Republic Day 2023.
Look the exhibition: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1mKm4pb6fmXjq9omB7vPfz_sfyfKftQD6/view?usp=sharing
THE ITALIAN INSTITUTIONS IN VIETNAM
Embassy of Italy in Hanoi: https://ambhanoi.esteri.it/it/
Italian Agency for Development Cooperation: https://hanoi.aics.gov.it/
Uni-Italia Office in Hanoi: https://duhocy.vn
Consulate General in Ho Chi Minh City: https://conshochiminh.esteri.it/consolato_hochiminh/en/
Trade Agency Office in Ho Chi Minh City: https://www.ice.it/it/mercati/vietnam
Italian Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam (Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City): https://icham.org/