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vietnam pledges to ensure human rights amid global pandemic

Vietnam pledges to ensure human rights amid global pandemic

14:52 | 01/07/2020

Ambassador Le Thi Tuyet Mai, head of the Permanent Mission of Vietnam to the UN, WTO, and other international organisations in Geneva, reaffirmed Vietnam's unwavering commitment to promoting human rights and highlighted the country’s effective and timely measures taken to combat COVID-19 pandemic

vietnams anti covid 19 weapons part 4 the eventful cultural and artistic front

Vietnam’s anti-COVID-19 ‘weapons’: Part 4, The eventful cultural and artistic front

19:04 | 30/06/2020

In less than 3 months since the entire population joining hands in the COVID-19 fight, many authors from folk to professional have composed thousands of works in various art forms, from rhymes, poetry, paintings, to music, films. Those artworks reflect the different aspects of spiritual life in the war against COVID-19 pandemic in Vietnam

vietnams anti covid 19 weapon part 3 mighty slogans

Vietnam’s anti-COVID-19 ‘weapon’: Part 3, mighty slogans 

16:00 | 29/06/2020

With a short and concise nature, slogans are often used to deliver common command messages in the hope of spreading them as fast, wide and deep as possible. Not long ago, the whole Vietnamese nation had gained unity and determination to fight against enemy and overcome poverty with slogans. Today, with the advent of the enemy named “COVID-19 pandemic”, those mighty slogans once again appear to carry out their mission.

vietnams anti covid 19 weapons part 2 10 billion times reminding of covid 19 fight

Vietnam’s anti-COVID-19 ‘weapons’: Part 2, 10 billion times reminding of COVID-19 fight

14:27 | 29/06/2020

For the first time in history, phone subscribers hear the anti-COVID-19 reminders instead of the normal “beep beep” sound as they make outgoing call. With 135 million mobile phone subscribers, Vietnam has an average of over 5 billion phone calls every month. In other words, over 10 billions of reminders to coronavirus fight have been sent to people across Vietnam during the two COVID-19 peak months in the country. 

covid 19 updates in vietnam june 29 over 10000 people quarantined

Covid-19 updates in Vietnam (June 29): Over 10,000 people quarantined

10:06 | 29/06/2020

Covid-19 updated news in Vietnam (June 29): The number of people quarantined in Vietnam increased to over 10,000. Doctors will hold the 6th consultation on the health of the British pilot patient as he is able to breathe himself after getting unplugged of a ventilator for 17 days and has verbal communications, etc. 

vufo ensuring the personnel policies funding and working conditions to officials

VUFO: Ensuring the personnel, policies, funding and working conditions to officials"

11:10 | 28/06/2020

The Vietnam Union of Friendship Organizations held the 2nd Conference of the Presidium of Friendship Union (Session VI) (2019-2024) on Friday's afternoon June 26 in Hanoi. Head of Commission for Foreign Relations Hoang Binh Quan said in the conference: "the Directive 38-CT / TW dated September 19, 2019 of the Secretariat on continuing to renovate, promote the role and improve its quality and effectiveness of the Vietnam Union of Friendship Organizations in the new situation clearly states: The Vietnam Union of Friendship Organizations is closely organized, ensuring personnel, policies, funding and working conditions to all officials ".

vietnams anti covid 19 weapons part 1 the rice fairy man

Vietnam's anti-COVID-19 'weapons': Part 1, the Rice Fairy Man

07:05 | 28/06/2020

Fighting against the enemy has long been the right and duty of any Vietnamese citizen. With the advent of COVID-19 pandemic – the current enemy that the Vietnamese government and people are fighting against –many so-called “anti-COVID-19 weapons” have been initiated by the government, enterprises, students, artists, engineers, farmers, etc. 

pm asean focuses on getting bloc back on track post pandemic

PM: ASEAN focuses on getting bloc back on track post-pandemic

11:59 | 26/06/2020

In the face of severe challenges caused by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), ASEAN has no choice but to unite to weather the storm and get the bloc back on track, Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc stated during the opening ceremony of the 36th ASEAN Summit in Hanoi on June 26.

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