Japanese PM expresses a nation’s thanks World

Japanese PM expresses a nation’s thanks

Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan on April 11 expressed his thanks to countries and people worldwide for wholeheartedly supporting Japan after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged the country on March 11.
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Japanese PM visits tsunami-hit area

Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan on April 10 visited a devastated fishing area in Ishinomaki, Miyagi prefecture, conducting his third trip to northeastern Japan since a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged the region nearly a month ago.
Strongest radioactive cloud enters Vietnam Society

Strongest radioactive cloud enters Vietnam

A radioactive cloud from the quake-damaged Fukushima reactor explosions in Japan was forecast to arrive in Vietnam in late April 9, a working group under the Ministry of Science and Technology (MoST) has reported.
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Ministry rejects rumour on high radioactive level

The Ministry of Science and Technology rejected the news recently carried by several e-newspapers saying that radioactive cloud from Japan arrived in Vietnam with a high level of radiation that nears the level that can affect the people’s health.
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Japanese nuclear plant offers lessons

Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Thien Nhan admitted that Vietnam is determined to go ahead with the building of the nuclear power plants in the central coastal province of Ninh Thuan .
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Japanese demand for essential goods soars

Exports of essential goods, including agricultural and aquacultural products to Japan had increased in the wake of the recent earthquake, according to experts.
IMM Japan: Vietnamese trainees safe Society

IMM Japan: Vietnamese trainees safe

A total of 451 Vietnamese trainees in Japan under the cooperation programme between the labour ministry and IMM Japan were reportedly safe following the recent devastating earthquake and tsunami.
No Vietnamese confirmed dead in Japan quake Society

No Vietnamese confirmed dead in Japan quake

Vietnamese students and guest workers in Japan have been found safe after the biggest earth quake in Japan’s modern history and tsunami hit the northeast region on March 11.

The Tokyo-based Vietnam News Agency correspondent reported that no name of Vietnamese nationals was included in the list of 564 deaths and over 1,000 missing announced by the Japanese Police Agency on March 12. Until now, no Vietnamese in Japan was reported dead in the most devastating disaster.
Deputy Foreign Minister pledges aid to Japan Politics

Deputy Foreign Minister pledges aid to Japan

The Vietnamese government is willing to send medical staff to Japan to help the country overcome the consequences of the recent earthquake and tsunami, besides an aid package worth 200,000 USD.