More efforts needed to clear bombs Society

More efforts needed to clear bombs

Vietnam has put a lot of efforts into removing explosives remnants of war (ERW), but the issue is still a great challenge for the country, a high-ranking army officer has said.
Quang Tri mobilises resources to settle post-war landmines Society

Quang Tri mobilises resources to settle post-war landmines

The central province of Quang Tri has mobilised more than 20 projects and non-project aid packages worth over 4 million USD in the first nine months of the year to address the lingering consequences of bombs and mines left by wars across the locality.
Settling bomb, mine consequences urgent: PM Society

Settling bomb, mine consequences urgent: PM

PM Nguyen Xuan Phuc calls for greater efforts in dealing with war-left landmines and UXO consequences and toxic chemical contaminated soil to protect people’s safety and their living environment.
Cambodia, Laos, VN vow to further deepen comprehensive cooperation Politics

Cambodia, Laos, VN vow to further deepen comprehensive cooperation

The Prime Ministers of Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam (CLV) have reaffirmed their commitment to further deepening comprehensive cooperation among the three countries and building integrated, sustainable and prosperous CLV economies, an indispensable part of the ASEAN Community Vision 2025.
Student invents robotic arm for the disabled Videos

Student invents robotic arm for the disabled

Pham Huy, a 12th grader in the central province of Quang Tri, has created a low-cost robotic arm for the disabled. His product won third prize at the Intel Int’l Science and Engineering Fair 2017.
RoK-supported mine action project launched Society

RoK-supported mine action project launched

The Republic of Korea-supported project on overcoming the consequences of post-war bombs and mines was launched during a ceremony in the central province of Quang Binh on March 9.
Great efforts to deal with UXOs pay off Videos

Great efforts to deal with UXOs pay off

Quang Nam is among provinces with the largest number of explosive remnants of war. Local authorities have worked with international organisations to search for and dispose of unexploded ordnances.