East Germany and Vietnam continued to cooperate closely in the 1960s and 1970s, especially during the Cold War and Vietnam War, when the communist camp and Europe and the United States had clear barriers. Since the mid-1900s, it has provided many educational and internship opportunities for international students in its socialist ally Vietnam.
This partnership, which began banner design with political and historical factors, deepened in 1975 after the U.S. military withdrew from Vietnam, as Vietnam proved to East Germany and other communist countries that unity really helps in victory, victory over U.S. imperialism and Colonialism is just around the corner. The educational programs provided by East Germany for Vietnam are extremely important to both countries. In addition to helping the expansion of German culture to Asia, German education has also contributed a lot in assisting Vietnam's modernization reforms.
In addition to the above-mentioned "returnees" who have deeply cultivated in the industry with their skills and vision, many people have also become political decision-makers. Many ministers and deputy ministers have studied in East Germany. On the basis of political cooperation, senior government officials of Vietnam and East Germany began to exchange visits from time to time, which further led to the signing of labor cooperation agreements between the two countries. Vietnam began to fill the labor vacancies in East Germany in the 1970s, and the wave of migrant workers from Vietnam reached its peak in the 1980s.