Embassy News

Temporary regulatory change on entry for Belarusian, Russian and Japanese citizens

On 19 March 2020, Ministry of Foreign Affairs has announced some temporary regulatory change on entry for Belarusian, Russian and Japanese citizens:  To strengthen measures in curbing the spread of COVID-19 in the community, the Vietnamese Government has decided as follows:  - From 12:00, 21 March 2020, temporarily suspendedunilateral visa waiver for citizens of Belarus, Russia and Japan and holde

NOTICE

  To strengthen measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the Vietnamese Government has decided that:  1. Entry visas shall be suspended for foreign visitors for 30 days, starting from 00:00 18 March 2020. 2.

Coronavirus outbreak and Vietnamese Government's measures on entry, exit.

Coronavirus outbreak and Vietnamese Government's measures on entry, exit. On 13 March 2020, the Vietnamese Government decided to: (i) temporarily suspend entry of foreign nationals who come from or have visited or transited via the Schengen countries and the UK within 14 days preceding their expected entry into Viet Nam for the purposes of tourism, visiting relatives, studying or other personal

Vietnam suspends entry for Schengen, UK arrivals

In an effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the Vietnamese Government has decided to:  - Temporarily suspend entry into Viet Nam by foreigners (including Vietnamese nationals holding foreign passports) coming from or having passed through the Schengen area and the United Kingdom within the last 14 days.  - Temporarily suspend granting visas at border gates.  This decision took effect from 12:0

Coronavirus outbreak situation in Viet Nam and Recent measures taken by the Government on entry, exit

1. Coronavirus outbreak situation in Viet Nam         By 12 March 2020, Viet Nam confirmed its 35" novel coronavirus patient. in which, 16 cases had been cured; new 19 cases found in the past 6 days. 2. Recent measures taken by the Government on entry, exit. - Temporarily suspends the unilateral visa waiver for citizens of the Republic of Korea from 00:00, 29 February 2020.

Vietnam suspends visa-free travel for 8 European countries

Following a briefing on COVID-19 on 09 March 2020, Viet Nam has decided to temporarily suspend visa-free travel for citizens from eight European countries, namely Denmark, Norway, Finland, Sweden, the United Kingdom, Germany, France and Spain.The Vietnamese Embassy to Japan kindly announces./.

Update on Medical Declaration for travelers coming to Viet Nam

           - From 06:00 AM on Mar 7, 2020 (Vietnam local time), mandatory medical declaration shall be applied to travelers coming to Vietnam.             - Travelers are encouraged to submit their online medical declaration via electronic applications. The QR code will then be scanned when the traveler arrives at the port of entry in Vietnam.

Immigration instructions from Viet Nam to prevent COVID-19

The Vietnamese Embassy in Japan kindly announces the current entry and exit regulations in Vietnam to prevent the spread of COVID-19 as follows:  The Government is temporarily suspending entry into Viet Nam or requesting foreigners coming from  COVID-19 outbreak areas to fill in medical declaration forms and be kept in quarantine (the list includes 31 provinces and cities of China, Daegu City and

Ambassador Vu Hong Nam hosted a cordial dinner with Cuban and Angolan Ambassadors

On 5 February 2020, Ambassador Vu Hong Nam hosted a cordial dinner with Cuban Ambassador Carlos Miguel Pereira and Angolan Ambassador Rui Orlando F.C.

H.E. Ambassador Vu Hong Nam met with CEO of Sojitz Mr. Masayoshi Fujimoto

On 10 February 2020, Ambassador Vu Hong Nam had a cordial meeting with Mr. Masayoshi Fujimoto, CEO of Sojitz (Japan), at the Vietnamese Embassy in Japan.   Sojitz is one of the largest general-trading companies in Japan, and is named in the list of 2,000 largest global companies by Forbes.

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