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Viet Nam, Vatican promote relations

Viet Nam, Vatican promote relations

Politics 06/02/2024 21:31

VGP - Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Le Thi Thu Hang on Tuesday hosted a reception for Archbishop Marek Zalewski, the first Resident Papal Representative in Viet Nam.

Pope Francis appoints permanent resident in Viet Nam

Pope Francis appoints permanent resident in Viet Nam

Politics 24/12/2023 21:02

VGP - Archbishop Marek Zalewski has been appointed by Pope Francis as the first Resident Papal Representative in Viet Nam, the Holy See announced on December 23.

Viet Nam-Vatican joint communique on Status of Resident Papal Representative

Viet Nam-Vatican joint communique on Status of Resident Papal Representative

Politics 29/07/2023 15:59

VGP - The Government of Viet Nam and the Holy See concluded the “Agreement on the Status of the Resident Papal Representative and the Office of the Resident Papal Representative in Viet Nam”.

President visits the Vatican, meets Pope Francis

President visits the Vatican, meets Pope Francis

Politics 29/07/2023 07:55

VGP - President Vo Van Thuong, his spouse and entourage visited the Vatican and made a courtesy call on Pope Francis on July 27 (local time).

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