Over 900,000 sets of remains of martyrs reburied Society

Over 900,000 sets of remains of martyrs reburied

The Ministry of National Defence has so far discovered and reburied more than 900,000 sets of remains of martyrs at over 3,000 cemeteries across the country, heard a press conference in Hanoi on July 9.
Laos suspends hydroelectricity projects under MoU, PDA World

Laos suspends hydroelectricity projects under MoU, PDA

The Lao Government has decided to halt the implementation of all hydropower projects on which Memoranda of Understanding (MoU) and Project Development Assistance (PDA) contracts were already signed for further assessment and revision.
More aid from Vietnam reaches survivors of Lao dam collapse Society

More aid from Vietnam reaches survivors of Lao dam collapse

The National Committee for Disaster Response and Search and Rescue has asked the Ministry of National Defence to join disaster relief efforts for victims in the collapse of the Sepien-Senamnoi hydropower dam in Laos following the instruction of Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc.
No Vietnamese reported missing in Lao dam collapse Society

No Vietnamese reported missing in Lao dam collapse

No Vietnamese has been reported missing as of July 26, while 15 Vietnamese families living in the areas affected by floods triggered by the collapse of the Sepien-Senamnoi hydropower dam in Laos have been evacuated to safe places, local officials said.
No Vietnamese citizens harmed in dam incident in Laos Society

No Vietnamese citizens harmed in dam incident in Laos

All Vietnamese citizens residing in areas affected by the collapse of the Xepian-Xe Nam Noy hydropower dam in Laos are unharmed, Vo Van Mung, Chairman of the Association of Overseas Vietnamese in Attapeu province, said quoting a report by local authorities.
Military Region 5 asks units to join rescue efforts in Laos Society

Military Region 5 asks units to join rescue efforts in Laos

Shortly after receiving information about the collapse of the Xepian-Xe Nam Noy hydropower dam in Laos, the High Command of Military Region 5 of Vietnam asked its South Laos Friendship Co. Ltd. to send 10 medical workers and hundreds of personnel to join rescue and relief efforts.