Dutch dairy producer backs Vietnam in environmental protection hinh anh 1VEA Head Nguyen Van Tai (left) and FCV Managing Director Arnoud Van Den Berg at the signing ceremony on September 29. (Photo: VNA)

The Vietnam Environmental Administration (VEA) and FrieslandCampina Vietnam (FCV) will cooperate in a joint programme titled “Vi moi truong Vietnam xanh” (For a green environment in Vietnam). 

VEA Head Nguyen Van Tai and FCV Managing Director Arnoud Van Den Berg signed an agreement to this effect at the fourth National Environment Conference in Hanoi on September 29, stipulating that the two sides will work together on promotional events for environmental protection.

The VEA and FCV will jointly produce several television shows to educate students on the environment as well as organise Green Innovation Awards, community-based “Clean Up the World” campaign and a celebration of World Environment Day.

These events aim to raise public awareness of environmental issues, urge more drastic action towards environmental protection and reduce harmful activities.

The National Environment Conference is held every five years. This year’s event took place in Hanoi from September 29-30, welcoming approximately 2,000 deputies to discuss science and technology for environmental protection.

FrieslandCampina Vietnam is a joint-venture company established in 1995 in Vietnam by the Protrade Corporation of Binh Duong and Royal Friesland Campina, a Dutch dairy corporation with more than 140 years of worldwide operations.

It is well-known for several top brands such as Dutch Lady, Friso, Yomost and Fristi.

The firm has actively engaged in many social activities over the past 18 years with the aim of improving the quality of life among the Vietnamese people.-VNA