Russian President Vladimir Putin’s visit to Vietnam marks his fifth trip to the country and is one of his first official visits since being sworn into office for his fifth term in early May 2024. The trip holds immense significance, aiming to further strengthen the Vietnam-Russia comprehensive strategic partnership across multiple fields.
Hanoi’s streets were filled with excited children and locals welcoming the Russian leader and his high-ranking delegation.
Vietnamese soldiers prepare for a grand 21-cannon firing ceremony to honor the arrival of Russian President Vladimir Putin and the Russian delegation.
Russian President Putin is greeted with a warm and enthusiastic welcome in the heart of Hanoi.
President To Lam invites Russian President Vladimir Putin to join him on the podium as military bands play the national anthems of Russia and Vietnam.

Following the 21-cannon salute, the two leaders inspect the guards of honor of the Vietnamese People’s Army.

The Russian President’s state visit coincides with the 30th anniversary of the Treaty on Friendly Relations and the upcoming 75th anniversary of diplomatic ties between Russia and Vietnam in 2025.
After the grand welcome ceremony, the two leaders engage in bilateral talks.

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