PetroVietnam subsidiaries brace for Storm Molave Environment

PetroVietnam subsidiaries brace for Storm Molave

As Storm Molave, the most powerful in 20 years, is fast approaching Vietnam, subsidiaries of the Vietnam Oil and Gas Group (PetroVietnam or PVN) which are located in areas vulnerable to the storm, have proactively taken measures to protect oil and gas projects and assist local communities when necessary.
Cambodia to beef up security during holidays in August ASEAN

Cambodia to beef up security during holidays in August

Cambodian National Police Chief General Neth Savoeun has ordered the country’s police to enhance national security during the upcoming holidays, from August 17 to 21, which was set in lieu of the postponed Khmer New Year in April.
Vietnam not alone in East Sea issue: Russian experts Politics

Vietnam not alone in East Sea issue: Russian experts

Russian researchers studying the East Sea issues have opposed Chinese coast guard ship’s hitting and sinking of Vietnamese fishing vessel QNg 90617 TS in the waters of Vietnam’s Hoang Sa (Paracel) archipelago, saying that that the international community will support Vietnam.
ASEAN enhances joint work against Covid-19 Videos

ASEAN enhances joint work against Covid-19

Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh attended a special meeting of the ASEAN Coordinating Council in Vientiane on February 20. The meeting aims to coordinate efforts and discuss ASEAN joint work against coronavirus outbreak.
Hanoi to clamp down on illegal storage sites Society

Hanoi to clamp down on illegal storage sites

The People’s Committee of Hanoi has asked authorised agencies and local authorities at the grass-roots levels to tighten inspection and demolish the areas being illegally used to store construction materials in the city.
Over 10,200 areas in Vietnam face landslide threats Environment

Over 10,200 areas in Vietnam face landslide threats

Vietnam has more than 10,200 sites prone to landslide risks located in ten northern mountainous localities, according to the Vietnam Institute of Geosciences and Mineral Resources under Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment.
Kien Giang faces serious riverbank, coastal erosion Environment

Kien Giang faces serious riverbank, coastal erosion

The southern province of Kien Giang has seen complicated developments of riverbank and coastal erosion which is affecting local infrastructure and people’s daily lives, according to the provincial Department of Agriculture and Rural Development.
Illegal sand mining damages Hanoi’s dyke Environment

Illegal sand mining damages Hanoi’s dyke

Night after night, thousands of cubic metres of sand and gravel have been illegally mined from a portion of the Cau River, causing erosion and affecting the dyke system for 200ha of agricultural land, online newspaper phapluatplus.vn reported.
Hanoi may replace 4,000 African mahogany trees Society

Hanoi may replace 4,000 African mahogany trees

Hanoi aims to replace more than 4,000 xa cu (African mahogany, scientific name Khaya senegalensis) trees in the city at risk of falling down, threatening the safety of citizens in the stormy season.