The Czech Republic announced on September 7 that it will temporarily recognise Vietnam’s new passport providing that the place of birth of the passport holder is added.
Media reports in the Czech Republic have highlighted Vietnam’s rising position and recent development achievements,
Halonoviny.cz, an e-newspaper of the Czech Republic, has recently run an article highlighting Vietnam’s outstanding achievements over the past years, particularly in the fight against COVID-19 and economic growth.
The Czech Republic will soon establish a Consulate General in Ho Chi Minh City, to promote economic-cultural activities and consular work, Czech Deputy Ambassador to Vietnam Lukas Musil said on October 23.
A Vietnamese language course for the 2020-2021 academic year was recently opened for children of Vietnamese people in the North Moravia region of the Czech Republic.
A photo exhibition on Vietnam’s development and renovation is underway in the Czech Republic to mark the 75th anniversary of Vietnam's National Day (September 2) and 70 years of diplomatic ties between the two nations.
The Vietnamese community in the Czech Republic joined various get-togethers across the European country to celebrate the traditional Lunar New Year (Tet) festival.
Vietnamese communities in the Czech Republic and Angola recently held various ceremonies to mark the arrival of the New Year and turn their hearts to the homeland.
Vietnam and the Czech Republic will enhance environmental collaboration under an action plan for cooperation during 2020-2025 signed between the two Ministers of Natural Resources and Environment in Prague on December 13.
The six-volume Czech-Vietnamese encyclopaedia was among eight works honoured at the 2019 award for literature by the Czech Writers’ Association in Prague on November 9 in recognition for their significance to the country’s literature and culture.
Bamboo Airways plans to launch direct flights from Vietnam to Prague in the Czech Republic in the first quarter of next year.
The Vietnamese Centre at the SAPA Trade Centre in Prague, the capital city of the Czech Republic, is holding a free Vietnamese language course for Vietnamese children in the country.
The construction of the Vinh Nghiem – Karlovy Vary pagoda is underway in the Czech Republic following a recent ceremony that gathered nearly 1,000 Vietnamese Buddhist followers in Europe.
The first Buddhist cultural centre of the Vietnamese community in Most city of Ustecky region, the Czech Republic, has been upgraded to the provincial level.
A ceremony marking the 20th anniversary of Asia Dragon Bazar, a shopping centre of the Vietnamese community in the Czech Republic, recently took place in Cheb city, Karlovarsky province bordering with Germany.