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  • Recently, both sides have been finalising Germany’s first-ever permanent resident defense attaché to Hanoi, which would be a boost for the military aspect of relations. The Vietnamese visit featured a ...
  • The French Navy destroyer FS Forbin (D620), officially designated as a frigate, paid a visit to Vietnam that kicked off with its anchoring at Hiep Phuoc Port in Nha Be district in Ho Chi Minh City on ...
  • Vietnam’s Department of Defense has announced the procurement of six Insitu ScanEagle unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) on 31 May. The ScanEagle can reach 10,000ft, and is launched using a pneumatic cat ...
  • Last week a Vietnamese delegation led by led by Deputy Defense Minister Nguyen Chi Vinh, met with the EU Chief of Defense in Brussels, at the invitation of the Chairman of the EU Military Committee Cl ...
  • Last week, Japan’s defense minister Takeshi lwaya visited Vietnam. The trip was part of a series of activities supporting bilateral ties, to help develop the Vietnam-Japan defense relationship.

  • Vietnam’s deputy defense minister, vice defense minister, Phan Van Giang, and military chief of staff visited Singapore. The visit was part of a two country tour by Vietnam, which included Japan. The ...
  • At the beginning of March, Vietnam’s deputy defense minister, Phan Van Giang, visited Japan as part of a two-country trip that also included Singapore.

  • Vietnam and Canada indicate that they may formalize a new defense policy dialogue to advance security cooperation.
  • Between 27 November and 1 December 2018, held discussions on defense policy for the first time. It highlighted the ongoing activity on the defense aspect of ties between the two countries.

  • Vietnam’s plans to increase defense spending shows no signs of slowing down, with reports indicating that it will rise from $5bn in 2018 to $7.1bn by 2022.

  • Clarion Events and Hadifa have partnered to launch the Vietnam International Defense and Security Exhibition (VIDSE).