On Thursday, at the E lobby of domestic terminal T1, check-in counters and security checks were constantly crowded, with an average waiting time of 20 minutes per passenger. Airport director To Tu Ha said they received more than 78,600 passengers on 437 domestic flights on Thursday alone. During the Reunification Day and Labor Day on Friday and Saturday, this could go up to 80,000 passengers a day on over 500 flights, a 30 percent increase over an average day, and 40 percent more than the same period in 2019, he said. To tackle the imminent increase in workload, the airport has added four scanners, taking the total to 22. Each scanner can scan up to 170 passengers an hour. Most of the passengers come between 7-8 a.m., meaning all scanners and employees are deployed then, said Le Thi Viet Ha, head of the security scanner team. As part of Covid-19 safety measures, airport employees will instruct passengers to make medical declarations with the help of computers placed in the … [Read more...] about Noi Bai airport bolsters security for high weekend holiday traffic
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The Council adopted four resolutions and two presidential statements among initiatives put forth by Vietnam. Overview of an UNSC meeting. Photo: Vietnam Mission to UN Vietnam in the rotating United Nations Security Council (UNSC) Presidency in April chaired four major events that put people at the center to all solutions and towards building and maintaining sustainable peace. As a result, after the open debates and video teleconferences, the UNSC adopted four resolutions, two presidential statements and five press statements, according to the Vietnam Mission at the UN. Vietnam completed the UNSC’s tight working program with two in-person meetings, nearly 30 ambassador-level meetings and 12 issues of regions around the world for discussion, focusing on an active, proactive and responsible manner; ensuring objectivity and transparency in handling differences among member countries; and maintaining solidarity and consensus to settle the issues. Of the issues, four topics … [Read more...] about People-centered approach: Vietnam’s imprint in UN Security Council Presidency
If Vietnam continues to export rice with the same pace as it did in the first two months of 2020, the country may face a shortage of essential food. Vietnam needs to control rice exports as food security is the top priority during the Covid-19 pandemic, according to Vice Minister of Industry and Trade Tran Quoc Khanh. Vice Minister of Industry and Trade Tran Quoc Khanh. Source: MoIT. If Vietnam continues to export rice with the same pace as it did in the first two months of 2020, the country may face a shortage of this essential food, Khanh said in an interview local media on March 25. The inteview took place shortly after the Government Office on March 25 issued the instruction of Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc on evaluating current rice export and supply. One day earlier, the General Department of Vietnam Customs (GDVC) requested municipal customs authorities to halt rice export as suggested by the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT). However, the MoIT … [Read more...] about Vietnam puts food security at top priority during Covid-19 pandemic
Vietnam’s 2nd term at the UN Security Council began with a complicated world situation, increasing competition between major power houses, hotspots of conflict, and the ravaging COVID-19 pandemic. Vietnam has efficiently completed major workloads during the Security Council’s term, leaving its imprint when it comes to peace and international security maintenance. This is reflected in Vietnam’s foreign policy of peace loving, opposition to any forms of war and use of force, upholding the UN Charter, and respecting international law. Vietnam has shown its responsibility as a member of the UN Security Council always seeking consensus and peaceful solutions to conflicts. Vietnam has pursued its principle of independence, self-determination, protection of national interests and benefits to the world community. Vietnam has proposed initiatives as a leading role player on major issues. During its first term as President of the UN Security Council last January, Vietnam successfully … [Read more...] about Vietnam succeeds in fulfilling UN Security Council Presidency
Ensuring information security is increasingly important as more online transactions are made. However, the budgets for information security allocated by financial institutions remain modest. Inappropriate investments Seventy percent of institutions reserved 5-15 percent of their annual IT budgets for information security. However, 30 percent of credit institutions reserved less than 10 percent of budgets. “The figure would increase in the future. When the number of online users booms, the investment cost for the system will have to be higher,” he said. Thang went on to say that ‘security’ and ‘safety’ here not only means preventing intrusion from outside into the internal system, but also means ensuring the smooth operation of the entire system. To digitize, banks must be safe Kim Chi … [Read more...] about How much should VN customers spend on information security solutions?