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Visa exemption to be extended for visitors from 5 European countries

Tourists from the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Spain and Italy will continue to be exempted from visa until June 2021, Minister-Chairman of the Government Officie Mai Tien Dung said at the Government’s press conference on May 4.

VNAT welcomes FAM trip delegation from Western European countries
(TITC) – Aiming to boost Western European tourist arrivals to Viet Nam, from 7-13 October 2016, Viet Nam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) organized a famtrip for tourism enterprises and media agencies from Western European countries.
EIU: Viet Nam determined to promote tourism
Viet Nam has deployed drastic measures to boost tourism in an effort to turn it into an important pillar of the economy, according to an analysis of the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) under the UK-based Economist Group released on September 3. 
Viet Nam extends visa waiver for citizens of 5 Western European countries
(TITC) – On 30 June 2016, Vietnamese Government approved Resolutions No.56/NQ-CP on extending the validity of visa exemption for citizens of UK, France, Germany, Spain and Italy.
The 4th meeting session of Executive Board of PATA Viet Nam Chapter
(TITC) – On December 10, 2015, Director General of Viet Nam National Administration of Tourism, Chairman of PATA Viet Nam Chapter, Mr. Nguyen Van Tuan chaired the 4th meeting session of PATA Viet Nam Chapter’s Executive Board.
Visa fees for int’l tourists to fall sharply next month
From November 23, foreigners will pay US$25 for a single-entry visa and US$50 for a visa valid for three months or less when they visit Viet Nam, according to a circular recently issued by the Ministry of Finance.
Tourists say visa waiver too short
The Government's new visa exemption policy for travellers from five European countries could boost tourism better if it was for longer than 15 days, tour operators and visitors have said.
Call to extend visa-free status for W. Europe
Viet Nam should extend the visa-free period for visitors from five Western European countries, continue with this policy for more than a year, and improve tourism products to attract more tourists from this market, industry insiders told at the 2015 International Travel Expo HCM City.
VNAT works with leader of Lazio Region (Italy)
(TITC) - On July 23, 2015, Deputy Director General of Viet Nam National Administration of Tourism Nguyen Quoc Hung had a meeting with Professor Guido Fabiani, Deputy Chairman in charge of Lazio Region's economy.
Conference on implementing Resolutions on visa exemption and enhancing effectiveness of state management
(TITC) – In the framework of activities of the 55th anniversary of Viet Nam tourism industry, Viet Nam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) coordinated with the Viet Nam Tourism Association (VITA) and Vietnam Airlines to hold a conference on implementing Resolutions No.46/NQ-CP and No.39/NQ-CP on visa exemption for citizens of 6 countries (the UK, France, Germany, Spain, Italy and Belarus) and Directive 14/CT–TTg.
VNAT works with 5 foreign Embassies in Viet Nam
(TITC) – From June 25 – 26, 2015, VNAT’s delegation led by General Director Nguyen Van Tuan had meetings with the Belarusian, Spanish, British, French and Italian Embassies in Viet Nam.
(TITC) - Vietnamese Government approved Resolutions No.39/NQ-CP on 1 June 2015 and No.46/NQ-CP on 18 June 2015 on visa exemption for citizens of Belarus, UK, France, Germany, Spain and Italy.
Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has agreed to grant visa exemption to the people of five European countries, in an attempt to lure more tourists to the country.
Citizens of Belarus will be exempted from time-limit visas into Viet Nam as from July 1, 2015. Under a resolution just issued by the government, visitors from Belarus are allowed to enter and stay in Viet Nam for up to 15 days without visas regardless of passport types and purpose of visit.
Visa exemptions to help regain tourism
Exempting visa for citizens from key tourist markets would help boost tourism amidst a recent fall in the number of international visitors, experts said.