Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force vessels visit Cam Ranh port Politics

Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force vessels visit Cam Ranh port

With the permission granted by the Vietnamese Government, helicopter carrier KAGA and destroyer MURASAME of the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force, carrying 581 officers and crew members aboard, are paying a visit to Cam Ranh International Port in the central province of Khanh Hoa from November 5-7.
Three Australian warships visit Vietnam Politics

Three Australian warships visit Vietnam

Three Australian warships with more than 700 officers and soldiers aboard docked at Cam Ranh International Port in the central province of Khanh Hoa on September 20 for bilateral cooperation activities.
Binh Ba – ‘Island of lobster’ on Cam Ranh Bay Destinations

Binh Ba – ‘Island of lobster’ on Cam Ranh Bay

If the south central region is considered to be the ‘kingdom’ of farmed lobsters, Binh Ba island (Cam Binh commune, Cam Ranh city, Khanh Hoa province) is regarded as the capital of that ‘kingdom’. The island is home to hundreds of lobster rafts on Cam Ray Bay, helping make the product the specialty of the whole region.
Khanh Hoa’s airport granted Airport Health Accreditation Society

Khanh Hoa’s airport granted Airport Health Accreditation

Cam Ranh International Airport in the south-central province of Khanh Hoa on December 29 received the Airport Health Accreditation (AHA) by the Airports Council International (ACI) for maintaining safety and prevention measures against the COVID-19 pandemic.
Four imported COVID-19 cases detected on December 10 Health

Four imported COVID-19 cases detected on December 10

Four new cases of COVID-19 were detected in the past 24 hours, all Vietnamese citizens returning from abroad and being quarantine in Phu Yen province, according to the National Steering Committee for COVID-19 Prevention and Control.
Exhibition spotlights Vietnam-Russia military cooperation Society

Exhibition spotlights Vietnam-Russia military cooperation

Valuable documents and objects demonstrating military cooperation between Vietnam and the former Soviet Union (now Russia) during the Southeast Asian nation’s struggle for national liberation are being displayed at an exhibition that opened in Saint Petersburg on September 17.