Seminar urges EU to increase presence through activities in East Sea World

Seminar urges EU to increase presence through activities in East Sea

The European Union (EU) was urged to increase its regional presence with a focus on trade, connectivity and maritime security and safety as navigation in the East Sea is an important artery of the world trade and essential to the bloc, as heard a seminar in Brussels on October 22.
Indonesia’s election commission urged to audit IT system World

Indonesia’s election commission urged to audit IT system

The General Elections Commission of Indonesia (KPU) is suggested to audit its information technology system ahead of the parliamentary and presidential elections, due to be held simultaneously on April 17, a cyber security expert said.
Conference discusses legal framework to protect transgender people Society

Conference discusses legal framework to protect transgender people

The lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, and queer (LGBTQ) community in Vietnam has faced legal barriers as the law currently only recognises two genders, without any acknowledgement of other gender identifications or of same-sex marriage, said Dinh Thi Thu Thuy, head of the Department of Law under the Ministry of Health.
Food safety key to finding overseas markets Business

Food safety key to finding overseas markets

Good agricultural practices and food safety certification are the first requirements for agricultural producers who want to export or sell to international retail chains, experts have said.
Tra fish exports to US remain steady Business

Tra fish exports to US remain steady

Vietnam’s tra fish exports to the United States have remained stable after it imposed a demand that exporting countries demonstrate their food safety control system is equivalent to that of the US.
Japan to increase engagement in East Sea World

Japan to increase engagement in East Sea

Japan will increase its engagement in the East Sea as part of efforts to maintain a rules-based maritime order in the sea, stated Japanese Defence Minister Tomomi Inada.