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Rice allocated to drought-hit provinces

A farmland in a southernmost range of Ca Mau is influenced with saltwater (Photo: VNA) Hanoi (VNA) – The Prime Minister has asked a Finance Ministry to allot some-more than 5,200 tonnes of rice sourced from a inhabitant reserve, to 5 provinces pang from a serious drought caused by El Nino. They embody a northern ... Read More »

Myanmar appoints 29 informal racial affairs ministers

President Htin Kyaw (L) and NLD chairperson Aung San Suu Kyi (Photo: Reuters) Hanoi (VNA) – Myanmar’s new supervision has allocated 29 informal ministers for racial affairs for 13 regions and states, according to an sequence of a President’s Office expelled on Mar 31. The 29 ministers of racial affairs embody those of Bamar, Shan, Lisu, Rawang, Mon, Pa-O, Chin, Kayin, Rakhine, Lahu, Akha, ... Read More »

Vietnamese travellers urged for “civilised tourism”

Vietnamese tourists on Sam Son beach (Photo: VNA) Hanoi (VNA) – Vietnamese people were called to urge their picture when travelling abroad, during a forum hold by a Vietnam Tourism Association (VITA) on Mar 31. At a event, VITA Vice President Vu The Binh highlighted that a forum was a branch indicate in VITA’s efforts to improved Vietnamese travellers’ repute ... Read More »

Vietnam works to residence wartime bombs’ consequences

Post-war unexploded ordnances were detected in a executive range of Quang Tri. (Photo: VNA) Hanoi (VNA) – It is estimated it will take 100 years and 10 billion USD to transparent post-war mines remaining in Vietnam, settled a Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs during a press discussion in Hanoi on Mar 31. Between 1945 and 1975, some-more than ... Read More »

Vietnam promotes tourism in Ukraine

Visitors during a Vietnamese stall. (Photo: VNA) Kiev (VNA) – Vietnam is participating in a 22nd Ukraine International Travel Tourism Show (UITT) hold in Kiev, Ukraine from Mar 30 to Apr 1. The eventuality attracts over 700 transport companies from 60 countries to marketplace their strategies, sell products, and foster services. The Vietnamese counter drew a lot of businesses and ... Read More »

Bac Lieu announces disaster puncture turn 2

A totally busted rice margin in Hung Hoi, Vinh Loi district in Bac Lieu (Photo: VNA) Bac Lieu (VNA) – On Mar 31, a Mekong Delta range of Bac Lieu announced a turn 2 puncture conditions for drought and salty intrusion, that has tormented a range for months. The healthy disaster has taken a fee on Bac Lieu given Oct ... Read More »

Indonesian legislature personality penetrating on increasing ties with Vietnam

Chairman of a Indonesian People’s Consultative Assembly Zulkifli Hasan (Photo: antarasumbar.com) Jakarta (VNA) – Chairman of a Indonesian People’s Consultative Assembly Zulkifli Hasan has affianced to do his best to encourage ties between Vietnam and Indonesia as good as their legislatures. During a operative event with Vietnamese Ambassador to Indonesia Hoang Anh Tuan on Mar 31, Hasan pronounced he was tender ... Read More »

Vietnam’s aquatic exports up 1.7 percent in Q1

Illustrative image (Source: VNA) HCM City (VNA) – Vietnam’s aquatic export value in the first quarter of this year hit 1.36 billion USD, up 1.7 percent year-on-year, according to statistics from the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development. However, many aquatic enterprises have forecast that Vietnam is facing numerous difficulties and challenges ahead due to the negative effects caused by ... Read More »

Vietnam responses to animal health and zoonoses

Illustrative picture (Source: VNA) Hanoi (VNA) – The supervision has authorized a breeze calm of an agreement on substantiating an ASEAN Coordinating Centre for Animal Health and Zoonoses (ACCAHZ) in Vietnam. A zoonosis is an spreading illness of an animal that can be transmitted to tellurian beings. In new years, a universe has available several new dangerous zoonoses such as ... Read More »

Malaysia warns it will penetrate unfamiliar bootleg fishing boats

Illustrative print (Photo: news.xinhuanet.com) Kuala Lumpur (VNA) – Foreign ships illegally fishing in Malaysia’s waters could be sunk and incited into synthetic reefs, or auctioned off along with their catch, if convicted underneath Malaysian law. The matter was done by Maritime Admiral Ahmad Puzi Ab Kahar, Director General of a Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA), reported The Star journal on ... Read More »