On 27 May 2018 Cao Lanh Bridge and its inter-connecting roads was officially opened. The Bridge will directly benefit more than 5 million people in the Mekong Delta region through improved access to markets and services in Vietnam. An estimated 170,000 people will cross the bridge each day thanks to the joint Australian Government, Asian Development Bank (ADB) and Vietnamese Government project. Read more here
At the invitation of the President of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, the Governor-General, His Excellency General the Honourable Sir Peter Cosgrove AK MC (Retd), and Lady Cosgrove marked the 45th anniversary of diplomatic relations with Vietnam during a State Visit from 23 – 25 May. Following the signing of a Strategic Partnership between Australia and Vietnam in March, the Governor-General’s visit will highlight the growing bilateral relationship underpinned by strong education, business, defence, and people-to-people links. Read more here.
Recognising that 2018 marks the 45th anniversary of diplomatic relations, Australia and Vietnam elevated the bilateral relationship to the level of a Strategic Partnership, on the occasion of the Official Visit to Australia by H.E. Nguyen Xuan Phuc, Prime Minister of Viet Nam.
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On 17 January 2018, Australia and Vietnam marked the beginning of the 45th anniversary year of diplomatic relations between the two countries.
“Vietnam is one of Australia’s most important partners in the Indo-Pacific. Over the past 45 years our two countries have built a strong partnership which now encompasses political exchange, economic development, security cooperation and innovation collaboration,” said Australian Ambassador Mr Craig Chittick. Read more here
Latest media releases
- Australian Government to help Northwestern women improve their lives through tourism and agriculture - 24 July 2018
- Speaker of Australian House of Representatives to visit Vietnam this week - 23 July 2018
- Australian Embassy Hanoi: Applications for Direct Aid Program 2018-19 are now open - 26 June 2018
- Australia empowers alumni to contribute to the inclusive and sustainable development of Vietnam - 13 June 2018
- The 3rd Ocean dialogue "International Law and the South China Sea - 11 June 2018
- Cao Lanh ‘Friendship’ Bridge officially opens - 27 May 2018
- Governor-General marks historic 45th anniversary of relations with Vietnam - 22 May 2018
- Torres Strait masks to be introduced for the first time in Vietnam - 18 May 2018
- Australia and Vietnam unify for gender equality in development initiatives - 15 May 2018
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Status of current selection exercises
The following selection exercises are currently under way at the Australian Embassy Ha Noi. The status of these will be updated regularly.
|Closing date||Position title||Department||Status|
|3 September 2018||Events Manager and Public Diplomacy Officer||Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT)||Shortlisting|
|10 September 2018||Intern||DFAT and Attached Agencies||Shortlisting|
|18 September 2018||Strategic Communications Manager||Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT)||Shortlisting|
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