Vietnam welcomes visit by new Japanese PM Politics

Vietnam welcomes visit by new Japanese PM

Vietnam welcomes Japanese Prime Minister Suga Yoshihide to visit Vietnam, Foreign Ministry’s spokesperson Le Thi Thu Hang affirmed on October 1 when giving comments on information saying that the new Japanese PM may pay an official visit to Vietnam this month.
The truth about COVID-19 Patient 17 in Vietnam Society

The truth about COVID-19 Patient 17 in Vietnam

While the international community recognises and highly values the COVID-19 prevention and control outcomes in Vietnam, as well as the Government’s efforts to minimise the pandemic’s impact on vulnerable groups, guarantee people’s right to medical treatment, and ensure no one is left behind, the story of the 17th patient infected with SARS-CoV-2 in Vietnam published on The New Yorker on September 21 has encountered public backlash due to its lack of objectivity.
One imported COVID-19 case on September 23 Health

One imported COVID-19 case on September 23

Vietnam confirmed an additional imported COVID-19 case from 6am to 6pm on September 23, according to the National Steering Committee on COVID-19 Prevention and Control.
Thailand to focus on socio-economic recovery in the next two years World

Thailand to focus on socio-economic recovery in the next two years

Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has underscored that the country’s economic and social development plan over the next two years should focus primarily on community-level economic development, enhancing competitiveness, upgrading human resources and infrastructure development.
Vietnam attends 61st meeting series of WIPO Assemblies Society

Vietnam attends 61st meeting series of WIPO Assemblies

A Vietnamese delegation led by Ambassador Le Thi Tuyet Mai attended the 61st series of meetings of the Assemblies of the Member States of the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) that kicked off in Geneva, Switzerland, on September 21.
Cambodia localities suffer from flooding World

Cambodia localities suffer from flooding

Torrential rains left by storm Noul has caused severe flooding in a number of localities in Cambodia and forced local authorities to issue emergency state to limit travelling as water level in rivers continues to rise.