New Zealand Embassy Ha Noi, Viet Nam


New Zealand, represented by the New Zealand Ambassador to Viet Nam and the Development Manager,  participated actively in the Annual Consultative Group Meeting held in Ha Noi on December 10. The first half of the full day meeting was presided over by Prime Minister Dung.  A wide range of senior Vietnamese Government Ministers and officials as well as representatives of all major bilateral and multilateral development partners attended.


The JTEC, held every two years, provides an opportunity for open discussion on a full range of bilateral, regional and multilateral trade and economic issues. 


New Zealand Prime Minister John Key met with Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung on November 20 in Phnom Penh, Cambodia in the margins of the EAS Summit and related meetings. Check out this link for further information!


New Zealand is an active participant in the current TPP negotiations and will host the next round of negotiations in Auckland in early December 2012. Alongside that, at the just concluded EAS Summit in Phnom Penh on 20 November, New Zealand joined other Asian countries and regional partners (including Viet Nam) to launch negotiations for a 16-nation regional free trade agreement called RCEP. For more information, please see the link below.

New Zealand joins RCEP negotiations


New Zealand Minister of Foreign Affairs Hon Murray McCully has completed a successful visit to Ha Noi on 6-8 November, his fourth visit to Viet Nam in three years.


The Embassy has entered the world of social media, with the launch this week of our new Facebook page. 


The New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs has again published its annual United Nations Handbook this year, to coincide with the opening of the 67th Session of the UN General Assembly (UNGA) in New York.  A free online electronic version is available for the first time.


Teams from New Zealand and Viet Nam met in Wellington on 3-4 October for the latest bilateral Track II Dialogue – the fourth time the talks have been held.


The New Zealand Embassy in Ha Noi is seeking to recruit an Executive Assistant / Consular Adviser to provide personal assistant support to the Ambassador and other administration functions to the Embassy to ensure the smooth and efficient operation of the office.  The position will also have some responsibility for management of consular advice and assistance to New Zealanders in Viet Nam.  Consular training will be provided to the successful applicant.


New Zealand’s new Ambassador and Victoria University of Wellington (VUW) co-hosted a reception on Friday 5 October, at the New Zealand Ambassador’s Residence.

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