United States And Vietnam Diplomatic Relations

United States And Vietnam

25th Anniversary United States And Vietnam Diplomatic Relations


25th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the United States of America and the Socialist Republic of Vietnam. In the last quarter, our two countries have built partnerships and friendships to establish shared interests, mutual respect and people-to-people relations. The United States and Vietnam everyday interactions are highlighted by increasing cooperation on trade and investment relations, strategic cooperation and the legacy of war issues, including the sole duty of accounting for the disappearance of our war, The United States and Vietnam have strengthened and expanded our broad partnership, based on a shared vision of a stable and peaceful Indo-Pacific region, The United States commend Vietnam for the excellent presidency of ASEAN this year, particularly in coordination with ASEAN's response to issues related to the COVID-19 pandemic and economic reform. Relations between Americans and Vietnamese deepen every year . America's vibrant and busy Vietnamese American community makes our country strong and prosperous. We value the cross cultural role played by approximately 30,000 Vietnamese students studying in the United States and more than 1,200 Americans annually in Vietnam. The imminent conclusion of an agreement that will bring Peace Corps volunteers to Vietnam for the first time, promoting a stronger relationship between our people. The Vietnam people have twice welcomed the United States President Trump to Hanoi, and India has expressed confidence in the United States President and the American people to work with our allies and allies to bring about a new era of prosperity in the Pacific region. We are committed to that goal and make the next 25 years of bilateral relations a model of international cooperation and partnership.