Vietnam in need of international support for bomb, mine clearance Society

Vietnam in need of international support for bomb, mine clearance

To speed up the settlement of bomb and mine consequences, Vietnam needs stronger cooperation and support from international partners, thus ensuring that no more people are killed or injured due to the post-war bombs, mines and unexploded ordnances (UXO), according to the Vietnam Mine Action Centre (VNMAC).
Quang Binh tackles 230kg wartime bomb Society

Quang Binh tackles 230kg wartime bomb

The Mines Advisory Group (MAG) on March 2 said its team in the central province of Quang Binh has safely handled a wartime bomb found by residents in Le Thuy district.
Quang Tri: 108 explosives safely detonated Society

Quang Tri: 108 explosives safely detonated

The Mines Advisory Group (MAG) said on February 18 that its team has safely moved and detonated 108 dangerous explosives found in a Melaleuca forest in the central province of Quang Tri’s Hai Son commune.
Quang Tri: 150 UXO pieces defused Environment

Quang Tri: 150 UXO pieces defused

The UK’s Mines Advisory Group (MAG) operating in the central province of Quang Tri said on December 10 that it had discovered and defused 150 pieces of unexploded ordnance (UXO).
War-time bomb safely disposed Society

War-time bomb safely disposed

The Military High Command of the central province of Quang Binh, in coordination with the Mines Advisory Group project, has successfully disposed of a major bomb found in the Gianh river in the province, according to the command.
Vietnam-US ties tackling UXO in Quang Tri Society

Vietnam-US ties tackling UXO in Quang Tri

US support for the war-torn central province of Quang Tri in settling the aftermath of war is substantial and the cooperation between the two is viewed by many international experts as a model for the region and the world, an insider has said.
Foreign NGOs join hands to help Quang Binh clear UXO Society

Foreign NGOs join hands to help Quang Binh clear UXO

Three foreign non-governmental organisations (NGOs) are carrying out projects in Quang Binh to help the central province, which is heavily polluted with unexploded ordnance (UXO), detect and clear cluster munitions and other explosives from now to 2022.