The intersection of Tran Phu and Le Loi streets was deserted on March 27. all non-essential shops and businesses around the country as well as historical sites and tourist attractions to be closed from March 28 to April 15 as the country entered what he said was a critical two-week stage in its Covid-19 fight. … [Read more...] about Hoi An quiet amid coronavirus pandemic
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Even though most people expect blossoming flowers to be on display only during Tet, the Vietnamese way to refer to the Lunar New Year festival due in less than four weeks, and spring, the village surprises visitors with its bright colors and beautiful decorations all year round. … [Read more...] about Sa Dec Flower Village blossoms as Vietnam’s Lunar New Year approaches
Talking to local authorities, artisans, and people of the village, the PM expressed his admiration for the local preservation of traditional cultural values and economic practices amid the growth of the country’s market economy, saying they reflect the area’s patriotism. … [Read more...] about PM visits Bát Tràng ceramics village
Han-Deog Cho and Caitlin Wiesen. The Government of Vietnam has laid the groundwork for great things to happen in this decade by issuing Decree 18 on implementation and management of mine action and the related Circular 195. These mandate the Vietnam National Mine Action Centre (VNMAC), our main partner, to act upon and co-ordinate the efforts to reduce the impact of unexploded ordnance and landmines on the Vietnamese population. Our joint project has, among other things, helped VNMAC with data about contamination and survivors in Quang Binh and Binh Dinh, which the Government considers among the provinces most greatly affected. Other development partners are helping provinces such as Quang Tri and Thua Thien-Hue. Hence, the Government of Vietnam and the international community are gathering important data for evidence-based policy making in the mine action sector. We will continue to offer opportunities for Vietnam to collect necessary data to measure progress, as well as enabling … [Read more...] about Removing all landmines and unexploded ordnance in Vietnam by 2030, can it be done?
Deputy Prime Minister Vũ Đức Đam at the meeting has thanked Vietnamese all around the country for their support and efforts in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic and lauded the many good deeds of organisations, businesses, and individuals during this challenging time. … [Read more...] about Number of COVID-19 cases in Vietnam reaches 245