Daily Archives: December 9, 2018

Trump on Russia probe: no evidence was found

US President Donald Trump said on Saturday investigators had found no evidence of collusion with Russia.

Trump tweeted: “After two years and millions of pages of documents (and a cost of over $30 million) no collusion!”.…

Russian Coast Guard boost presence in Kerch-Yenikale area over Ukraine provocation

The Russian coast guard had to increase the number of vessels stationed in the are of the Kerch-Yenikale Canal in response to the recent Ukranian provocation in the Kerch Strait, Alexei Volsky, the first deputy head of the Russian Federal Security Service’s (FSB) coast guard department, said Saturday.…

6th International Food Festival opens in Hanoi

The 6th International Food Festival opened in Hanoi on Sunday drawing the participation of foreign embassies and culture centers in the city.

More than 130 booths were set up at the festival to introduce culinary cultures of Vietnam, Laos, Thailand, Cambodia, Indonesia, Singapore, and Brazil.…

Festival for expats opens in Da Nang

An art festival for expats working and living in Da Nang, Hue and Hoi An opened in Da Nang city on Saturday drawing both professional and amateur Vietnamese and foreign artists.…

Czech-Vietnam Association promotes Vietnam’s image

The Republic of Czech-Vietnam Association will work harder to protect Vietnamese people’s legitimate rights in the Czech republic, help them better integrate into the local society, and contribute to enhancing bilateral friendship between the two countries.…

Vietnam football aims to be in Asia’s top 10 rankings

Deputy Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Le Khanh Hai was selected President of the Vietnam Football Federation in the 2018-2022 term at the federation’s 8th Congress on Saturday.

In the next few years, the VFF plans to improve the quality of football competitions, strengthen the competing system of professional and non-professional games, and realize targets set out in the Vietnam Football Development Strategy until 2020 and Vision toward 2030.…

Central Highlands urged to better manage migration

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has asked localities to better control the free migration of people and focus more on improving infrastructure and supporting production of local people.

At a meeting in Dak Lak Province on Sunday to discuss ways to improve the management of migrants in the central highlands region, the Prime Minister said that the free migration of people has reduced sharply in the localities with improved infrastructure and stable production conditions.…