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Australian Embassy, Hanoi
A Declaration on Enhancing the Australia-Viet Nam Comprehensive Partnership
Viet Nam and Australia have built strong relations on the basis of mutual respect and interest. The relationship contributes to the peace, stability, cooperation and development of each country as well as the region and the world. Since establishment of diplomatic relations in February 1973, Australia and Viet Nam have developed a substantive, positive and mutually beneficial economic, political and security relationship, reinforced by warm and expanding people-to-people links.This Declaration on Enhancing the Australia-Viet Nam Comprehensive Partnership expresses the wish of our countries to look for opportunities to expand relations further in a mutually beneficial way.
Please click here to read the full version of the Declaration.
Op-Ed by Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop: Australia’s prospering partnership with ASEAN
On a recent visit to South East Asia, I was reminded of the strength of Australia’s partnership with the countries of ASEAN – the Association of Southeast Asian Nations.
In Malaysia I met some of the 300,000 alumni of Australian universities, many now serving in key government and business positions.
In the Philippines I saw first-hand our joint relief effort in the wake of Typhoon Haiyan and was joined by hundreds of school children to celebrate a new $150 million Australian initiative for basic education needs.
In Vietnam, I was reminded further of our cooperation with projects such as the Australian-Asian Development Bank co-funded Cao Lanh Bridge that will connect communities in an economy of nearly 90 million people.
Please click here to read the full version of this Op-Ed.
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Endeavour Scholarships and Fellowships
Endeavour Scholarships and Fellowships are the Australian Government’s internationally competitive, merit-based scholarships, providing opportunities to undertake study, research and professional development in Australia. For more information, please click here
Australian Embassy Ha Noi:
- Security Guards - Closing date 1 June 2015
Australian Consulate-General, Ho Chi Minh City:
- Invitation for Offering Proposal - The Australian Embassy in Hanoi invites interested professional suppliers to provide a proposal for installing a vehicle boom gate for the rear entrance of the Embassy Compound at number 4 Nguyen Van Ngoc Street, Hanoi.
Further information is provided in the attached Request for Quote, Terms of Reference and Statement of Requirement. The selection will be based on a competitive basis and will comply with Australian Government procurement regulations.