Obama’s trip to Vietnam was a success from May 23 to May 25, 2016, with a joint statement released on Monday, in which Vietnam and The U.S. were committed to working together to advance the comprehensive partnership they established in 2013 in various fields.

, several significant milestones in the Vietnam - U.S relations have been marked included Economics, Politics and educations, Mr. Obama has also impressed Vietnamese people with his friendly manner, selecting some of the capital's signature dishes that are hard to find anywhere else and referencing historic Vietnamese figures, music and literature in his speeches.

`The Tight schedule of U.S President’s trip in Vietnam According to Obama’s agenda, he joined the Vietnamese state president in witnessing the signing of several bilateral agreements, and met with Vietnamese State President Tran Dai Quang in Ba Dinh District, Hanoi on May 23, 2016, met Vietnamese Chairwoman of the lawmaking National Assembly Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan at late President Ho Chi Minh’s former residence in Hanoi in the afternoon.

President Obama also joined talks with Vietnam’s Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc and Party chief Nguyen Phu Trong later the same day. 



U.S. President Barack Obama and Vietnamese Government, at the Presidential Palace in Ba Dinh District, Hanoi on May 23, 2016 On May 24, the President met with members of Vietnam's civil society and gave a speech to the Vietnamese people.

On May 25, in the afternoon, president came to Ho Chi Minh City he visited the Jade Pagoda followed by a meeting with young Vietnamese entrepreneurs, where he discussed the benefits of TPP to both Vietnam and The U.S, and the TPP's prospects in promoting growth, job creation and also high standards of labor and the environment. On the same day, the President host  a town hall with members of the Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative.  

The BIG ACHIEVEMENT to both U.S and Vietnam after Mr. Obama’s Trip in Vietnam.

Building strong relation Politics between the United States and Vietnam

U.S. lifts arms embargo on Vietnam as regional tensions simmer (US completely lifts arms embargo on Vietnam)

HANOI, 23 May- U.S. President Barack Obama announced on Monday that Washington will fully lift an embargo on sales of lethal arms to Vietnam, underlining warming relations between the former foes amid rising tensions with Beijing over the East Vietnam Sea.

President Obama spoke with 2,000 young Vietnamese

Mr. Obama emphasized his points in the speech.

-          Deep respect for Vietnam’s ancient heritage

-          Effort to heal the wounds of war.

-          Today the two countries have become friends, partners

-          The government will be committed to economic and legal reforms under the TPP.

-          The future of Vietnam is decided by the Vietnamese people.

Establish Strong U.S-Vietnam Economics Relationship

Mr. Obama’s trip connected successfully to both countries business by signing several economic contracts.

Vietnamese carrier signed deal to purchase 100 Boeing planes during Obama trip




Low-cost carrier Vietjet closed Monday an enormous order of 100 aircraft with American planemaker Boeing, one of the first deals signed during U.S. President Barack Obama’s ongoing trip to Vietnam.

The historic US$11.3 billion order was signed by Vietjet president and CEO Nguyen Thi Phương Thao and Boeing Commercial Airplanes President and CEO Ray Conner.

The order includes 100 737 MAX 200 airplanes, the largest-ever single commercial airplane purchase in Vietnam’s aviation industry, according to Vietjet.

Also on Monday morning, Vietjet signed another agreement with Pratt & Whitney of United Technologies Corp.

Over the supply of aircraft engines to power the airline’s order of aircraft A320NEO and A321NEO, as well as technical and maintenance services for the fleet.

The signature of the $3.04 billion deal was also witnessed by President Obama and President Quang.

The Vietjet-Boeing pact is one of the first deals between a Vietnamese and American company to be clinched on the Vietnam trip of President Obama, who arrived in Hanoi on Sunday night.

The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) and General Electric (GE) in Hanoi signed a Memorandum of Understanding to accelerate the development of renewable energy in Vietnam.





Hanoi — The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) and General Electric (GE) yesterday in Hanoi signed a Memorandum of Understanding to accelerate the development of renewable energy in Vietnam.

Accordingly, the two parties aimed to develop a minimum of 1,000MW of new wind farms by 2025.The farms are expected to ensure energy to approximately 1.8 million Vietnamese homes. GE Vietnam currently employs more than 900 people and offers products and services in the power, energy connections, renewable energy, oil and gas healthcare and aviation sectors.

Developments in Educations

Vietnam agree to allow Peace Corps into Vietnam for first time






U.S Peace Corps Director Carolyn Hessler Radelet and Vietnamese ambassador to The U.S Pham Quang Vinh exchange in Hanoi, Vietnam May 24, 2016

The program, which is expected to begin over the next two years, allows Peace Corps volunteers to teach English in schools in the country's two largest cities, Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, said Peace Corps Director Carrie Hessler-Radelet, who signed the agreement with Vietnam's ambassador to the United States, Pham Quang Vinh.

Obama talks to start-ups in Ho Chi Minh City.

U.S. President Barack Obama switched roles from a visiting leader to the host of an event focused on entrepreneurship and opportunity for Vietnamese people shortly 25 May.


Obama hailed Dreamplex as playing an important role in incubating startups in Vietnam.

Obama reiterated the announcement of a $10 million fund for Vietnam by Silicon Valley venture capital fund 500 Startups in March to say that the world is taking notice of Vietnam’s startup ecosystem.

The U.S. leader said he will welcome eight Vietnamese entrepreneurs to Silicon Valley next month as he hosts the Global Entrepreneurship Summit.

Obama talks to YSEALL Vietnam in HCMC

President Obama talks to 1000 young people in Ho Chi Minh City - U.S President Obama's speech with YSEALI Town Hall in Ho Chi Minh City .


Launched in 2013, the YSEALI is U.S. President Obama's signature program to strengthen leadership development and networking in Southeast Asia.

Mr. Obama has impressed Vietnamese people with his friendly by social activities

U.S. President Barack Obama ate one of Hanoi’s must-try delicacies for dinner on his first night in the Vietnamese capital

U.S President has dinner at a ‘bun cha’ store in Hanoi with chef Anthony Bourdain on May 23, 2016

On his Facebook, Bourdain said "The President's chopstick skills are on point," adding he "picked up the check" for the $6 dinner. sitting on low plastic stool, enjoying cheap but delicious noodles, cold Hanoi beer.

The U.S. President Barack Obama selfie with Vietnamese artists of cultural program at the meeting of the President and Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc

Mr. Obama seems very excited and watched each performing arts repertoire. He said Vietnamese artists playing very well and always say thank when each performance ended.

U.S. President Barack Obama visit a pagoda built more than a century ago

U.S. President Barack Obama is scheduled to The Jade Pagoda is fully known as Jade Emperor Pagoda, or Chua Ngoc Hoang in Vietnamese to “pay tribute to and admire the cultural traditions of Vietnam

In his first visit to Vietnam, The U.S. president was welcomed by Hanoians and Saigoneers in ways he's never seen before – The big love of Vietnamese for The U.S Leader Mr Barack Obama.

Obama was everywhere. Pictures of  the president flooded social media, advertising banners and the streets as people carried posters designed especially to greet him. Every place the president came attracted huge crowds no matter the weather or time of day.

"On this visit, my heart has been touched by the kindness for which the Vietnamese people are known for, and the many who have been lining the streets, smiling and waving, I feel the friendship between our peoples," Obama told a conference in Hanoi on May 23.



The visit of  The President Obama to Vietnam in 2016 was a huge success for both countries. Due to this visit, bilateral relations U.S-Vietnam will develop on a new level. Promote co-operations on fields of U.S-Vietnam politics, economics and society. In the near future, we are all hoping the big victory for our U.S-Vietnam relationship. The two countries will achieve more agreement for more developments economy and would be conducive to regional peace and stability.

One again, let Vietnamese say “Big Thanks” for visiting of President Barack Obama in Vietnam 2016 and wishs “All The Best “for you and the Relationship between The U.S-Vietnamese