Vietnam, Indonesia join hands for wildlife protection Ngoc Hung By Ngoc Hung in HCMC Ha Cong Tuan (R), Deputy Minister of Vietnam’s Agriculture and Rural Development and Darosi, general director of Indonesia’s General Department of Forest Protection and Nature Conservation, agree the MOU at a ceremony last week in HCMC – Photo: Ngoc Hung Vietnam’s Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development and Indonesia’s General Department of Forest Protection and Nature Conservation last week signed an MOU on wildlife protection in HCMC. “The two countries will join hands to detect trafficking and transportation of pangolins and turtles as Vietnam and Indonesia have been the two main ports where these animals have been distributed to other ASEAN countries,” said Mr Darosi, general director of Indonesia’s General Department of Forest Protection and Nature Conservation, at the event. Ha Cong Tuan, Deputy Minister of Vietnam’s Agriculture and Rural Development, said the MOU will be valid for five years and will be re-signed if it proves effective. Vietnam and Indonesia are members of the ASEAN wildlife enforcement network (ASEAN WEN), the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of wild fauna and flora (CITES), and Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD).
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