Daily Archives: February 9, 2020

Vietnam remembers assistance of Russian war veterans: Minister

The Vietnamese Party, State, army and people always keep in mind the whole-hearted, great and effective assistance of Russian war veterans during the past struggle for national liberation, a high-ranking officer has said.…

Vietnamese ministry donates medical devices to Chinese people

The Vietnamese Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) has presented medical devices to help the Chinese people cope with the novel coronavirus (nCoV) outbreak.

The devices were handed to the Chinese Embassy in Vietnam at a ceremony in Hanoi on February 8.…

Diplomat commends Vietnam-EU, Vietnam-Belgium ties

Relations between Vietnam and the European Union (EU) as well as between Vietnam and Belgium have been flourishing, said Vietnamese Ambassador to Belgium and Head of the Vietnamese Delegation to the EU Vu Anh Quang.…

Women’s team lose to RoK in Olympics qualifiers

The Vietnamese women’s football team lost 0-3 to their Korean rivals in Group A’s final match of the Tokyo Olympics 2020 qualifiers in the Republic of Korea (RoK) on February 9.…

Vietnamese cueists take part in Antalya World Cup

Vietnamese cueists will take part in the Antalya World Cup in Turkey from February 17 to 23.

The team includes 13 top players namely Vietnamese No 1 Tran Quyet Chien, world No 7; Nguyen Duc Anh Chien, who was runner-up of the three-Cushion World Championship in Denmark last year and is world No 17.…

Hau Giang focuses on sustainable agriculture development

The Mekong Delta province of Hau Giang will develop its agriculture towards improving added value and sustainable development, according to the provincial Department of Agriculture and Rural Development.

Tran Chi Hung, director of the department, said the province would restructure its agriculture toward using advanced and modern farming techniques and building new-style rural areas.…

Massive investment in wind power plants could overload grid: experts

The rush to invest in wind energy to take advantage of the Government’s pricing incentives could lead to overloading of the national grid in a repeat of the solar scenario, experts warn.…