The recently-concluded DPRK-USA Summit in Hanoi provided a great opportunity to introduce the image of Vietnam to the world. Vietnamese cuisine was offered to foreign diplomats and reporters as a taste of Vietnamese culture.
The second DPRK-USA summit held in Hanoi last month is believed to have provided unequivocal success for the capital city’s tourism sector.
The second US – North Korea summit held on February 27 and 28 in Hanoi has ended, leaving many imprints about Hanoi`s safe, friendly, attentive and attractive destination for international friends and reporters.
The second DPRK-USA Summit in Hanoi was not only a major political and external event, but also a golden opportunity to promote the land and people of Vietnam and the capital city of Hanoi in particular.
What’s happened over the last 25 years has been incredible for the people of Vietnam, the job they’ve done -- economic development, Trump said.
Police force was mobilized to ensure security at the restaurant and surrounding area.
Hanoi`s International Media Center (IMC) officially opened to serve more than 3,000 domestic and foreign reporters on February 26 and reporters are really excited when enjoying Hanoi`s delicious dishes.
A special stamp, celebrating the upcoming second summit between US President Donald Trump and DPRK chairman leader Kim Jong Un and transmitting the messages “Việt Nam – A safe and friendly destination” and “Hà Nội - A City for Peace”, was released today, February 26.
The city tour double decker buses will adjust its itineraries to make stop at the International Media Center at reporters` service during the summit.
Việt Nam’s National Tourism Administration (VNAT) sees the DPRK-USA Summit, with the participation of nearly 3,000 international reporters, as a great opportunity for Vietnamese tourism promotion, VNAT Vice Chairman Hà Văn Siêu said during a press conference on Monday in Hà Nội.