National day of Vietnam in EXPO 2017 attracts thousands audiences

Tuesday, August 29, 2017


(National Times)- Within the frame of EXPO 2017 in Astana, Kazakhstan, the National Day of Vietnam was opened by Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Nguyen Ngoc Thien on Aug 29.

Vietnamese Pavilion at EXPO 2017 Astana has received huge attention with over thousands visitors every day.

The National Day of Vietnam is organized by Vietnam Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, in collaboration with EXPO 2017 organizers and Vietnam Embassy in Kazakhstan on the anniversary of 72nd Independence Day of Vietnam.


Delivering a speech at the opening ceremony of the National Day of Vietnam, Minister Nguyen Ngoc Thien emphasized, aiming to a sustainable development, Vietnam government has set up many goals and key programs, including those in energy development. Vietnam has especially recognized the importance of developing clean and renewable energy.


Minister Nguyen Ngoc Thien and Deputy Head of Kazakhstan's Lower House at EXPO 2017


Mr. Thien pointed out that Vietnam was one of the first countries to register for EXPO 2017 Astana with the theme of “Tradition and modern: Future energy for Vietnam.”


EXPO 2017’s Vietnam Pavilion has successfully featured the theme of Vietnam in EXPO 2017, as well as provided a general view on sources of clean energy of the country. It also promotes the unique values of Vietnamese culture to international visitors at the EXPO.


The Minister also showed his appreciation of the friendship relations between Vietnam and Kazakhstan. The two countries have recently increased cooperation in many areas, including politics, trade, culture, etc.


Right after Mr. Thien’s speech, visitors at the opening ceremony was offered a fascinating traditional arts program, performed by excellent artists from Vietnam Dance and Music Theater and Vietnam Academy of Music.


Some images of Minister Thien and Vietnamese delegation on the National Day of Vietnam in Kazakhstan: 




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