Wildlife crime becomes more serious in Vietnam Environment

Wildlife crime becomes more serious in Vietnam

As wildlife-related crimes are able to generate profits almost equal to those from the trafficking of drugs, firearms, and human beings, they are quickly becoming increasingly more of a threat to Vietnam, according to an official from the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) Vietnam.
National defence officials visit South Africa Politics

National defence officials visit South Africa

A Vietnamese delegation led by head of the National Assembly (NA)’s Committee on National Defence-Security, Sen. Lieut. General Vo Trong Viet paid a working visit to South Africa during August 26-30.
Hundreds of wild animals rescued, released to nature Environment

Hundreds of wild animals rescued, released to nature

As many as 110 individuals of wild animals were rescued and released into the environment or rescue centres in the first three months of this year, while 132 cases of advertising wild animals in restaurants’ menu or Facebook were handled, according to the Education for Nature Vietnam (ENV).
Vietnam gets strict on wildlife protection Environment

Vietnam gets strict on wildlife protection

Wildlife protection has become stricter under policies outlined in amendments to the Penal Code that took effect on January 1, said Lieutenant General, Associate Professor Tran Van Do, former Deputy Chief Justice of the Supreme People’s Court and Chief Justice of the Central Military Court.