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  • Ambassador of the Republic of Argentina paid a working visit to the National Library of Viet Nam

    Ambassador of the Republic of Argentina paid a working visit to the National Library of Viet Nam

    On the morning of September 15, 2022, the Ambassador of the Republic of Argentinato Viet Nam, Mr. Luis Pablo María Beltramino paid a working visit to the National Library of Viet Nam (NLV). Ms. Kieu Thuy Nga, Director of the NLV received the delegation. Ambassador Luis Pablo María Beltramino proposed a cooperative program between the Argentine Embassy and the National Library of Viet Nam in the near future in two main areas:  First, regarding library activities, the Ambassador proposed the possibility of bilateral cooperation between the National Library of Viet Nam and the National Library of Argentina. The Ambassador expressed his desire to act as a bridge for the two libraries to contact and exchange, and if possible, to sign a cooperation agreement as a basis for implementing cooperative activities in the future. Secondly, the Embassy of the Republic of Argentina would like that the National Library of Viet Nam, with its experience and on the basis of the existing cooperative tie with the Argentine Embassy, could collaborate with the Embassy to organize some cultural activities in the series of joint activities to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Viet Nam and Argentina in 2023.

  • Ambassador of the Republic of Mexico paid a working visit to the National Library of Viet Nam

    Ambassador of the Republic of Mexico paid a working visit to the National Library of Viet Nam

    On the afternoon of August 19, 2022, the Ambassador of the Republic of Mexico to Viet Nam, Mr. Alejandro Negrínpaid a working visit to the National Library of Viet Nam (NLV). Ms. Kieu Thuy Nga, Director of the NLV received the delegation. Ms. Kieu Thuy Nga welcomed the idea of Ambassador Alejandro Negrín and affirmed that the National Library of Viet Nam is ready to cooperate with the Embassy of the Republic of Mexico in organizing cultural exchange events at the library to bring the rich and colorful culture of Mexico closer to the library’s users and the public. The two sides agreed to continue to discuss in more detail and have a specific implementation plan in the coming time.

  • Ambassador of the Republic of Belarus paid a working visit to the National Library of Viet Nam

    Ambassador of the Republic of Belarus paid a working visit to the National Library of Viet Nam

    Onthe afternoon of August 18, 2022, the Ambassador of the Republic of Belarus to VietNam, Mr. Vladimir Baravikov paid a working visit to the National Library of Viet Nam(NLV). Ms. Kieu Thuy Nga, Director of the NLV received the delegation. Ms. Kieu Thuy Nga welcomed the goodwill of Ambassador Vladimir Baravikov and affirmed that the NLV is willing to cooperate with the Embassy of the Republic of Belarus in organizing cultural events at the library, bringing opportunity for library users in particular and the public, in general, to learn about the unique features of the culture, country, and people of Belarus. At the same time, she stressed that the activity is even more meaningful when it is held in the year of the 30th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations betweenthe two countries. The two sides then agreed to continue to discuss it in more detail and have a specific implementation plan in the coming time.

  • 87th IFLA World Library and Information Congress in Dublin, Ireland

    87th IFLA World Library and Information Congress in Dublin, Ireland

    From July 26 to 29, 2022, the 87th World Libraries and Information Congress of the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA WLIC 87) has taken place in Dublin, Ireland. With the theme "Inspire, interact, exchange, and connect" the Congress attracted 1,934 attendees in person and 493 online, representing the information library sector of 96 nations worldwide. Due to the evolutionof the Covid-19 epidemic that still exists in some countries, the number of delegates and sessions this year was reduced, as was the length of the congress, which was shorter than normal. There were 160 sessions, 174 poster presentations on library achievements and practices, dozens of satellite conferences, seminars, open forums, and 50 exhibits showcasing library products and services. Because the Congress were held in both face-to-face and online modes, the organizing committee has broadcastedthe major sessions live to reach thousands of individuals across the world. This year, the sessions focused on the present and future concerns in the library industry's development, including exchanging experiences, best practices, and attempts to offer library services during the Covid-19 epidemic and the future of library activities.