Australian Embassy
Vietnam
Embassy address: 8 Dao Tan Street, Ba Dinh District, Hanoi - Telephone: 3774 0100 - Fax: 3774 0111

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Hugh Borrowman
 Hugh Borrowman
Ambassador

 

Retention of Vietnamese Citizenship

If you are a Vietnamese citizen residing in Australia, and you do not have a valid Vietnamese passport, you should obtain a new passport from the Vietnamese Embassy/Consulate by 30 June 2014. If you do not, you may lose your Vietnamese citizenship from 1 July 2014. For more information, please click here.

 

Op-ed by Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop on the occasion of International Women's Day 2014

The empowerment of women and girls is one of the most effective ways to achieve higher economic growth and better living standards among the millions of people in developing countries in our region.

As Australia’s first female Foreign Minister, support for the empowerment of women and girls in our region, the Indian Ocean Asia Pacific, is one of my highest priorities.

Please click here to read the full version of this story.

 

ANZAC DAY 2014

The Australian and New Zealand Embassies in Ha Noi will commemorate ANZAC Day with a dawn service at the Australian Embassy. Click here for more information.              

        

News: Australian support Vietnam's economic reforms

Australia will provide up to $2.5 million to Vietnam through the Restructuring for a More Competitive Vietnam initiative. This support will progress investment reform, rural sector restructuring and competition policy. These reforms will help Vietnam meet its commitments under its regional and international trade agreements, and lift Vietnam’s economic competitiveness to boost its regional and global trade.

Please click here to read the full version of this media release.

 

News: Australia supports women in Vietnam

Australia will provide a total of $4.2 million for two projects to be delivered in partnership with the Vietnam Women’s Union, the country’s peak organisation for advancing the rights of women and girls.

$2.1 million will be provided for a new agricultural research partnership project to be delivered through the Australian Centre for Agricultural Research (ACIAR). This project will deliver real improvements to women’s lives, lifting household incomes by linking farmers and traders with more lucrative markets in urban centres. 

The Australian Government will also provide $2.1 million for combating gender-based violence under the Australia’s Government Partnerships for Development program (GPFD), which provides grants to link Australian and international public sector organisations.

Please click here to read the full version of this media release. 

 

Latest media releases

DeepBlue set to change Vietnamese perceptions of orchestra - 31 March

Australia – Vietnam Police Partnership Addresses Corruption Fraud and Foreign Briberty in Asia - 25 March

Mining Vietnam 2014 Australian National Pavilion Showcasing the Innovative Mining Technologies and Solutions - 10 March

Australia at the forefront to empower women and girls - 7 March

Australian Foreign Minister's media release  - Australia support Vietnam's economic reforms - 19 February

Other media releases
 

Travel advice for Australians on the move

Stay safe when overseas. Click here for the latest travel information from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade 

Positions Vacant

Australian Embassy Ha Noi:

 

Australian Consulate-General, Ho Chi Minh City:

 Office Manager - Closing date for applications is 09 April 2014. Click here for more information.
 


 

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