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10th Mekong-RoK Foreign Ministers’ Meeting held online

10th Mekong-RoK Foreign Ministers’ Meeting held online

14:55 | 29/09/2020

Vietnamese Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Korea (RoK) Kang Kyung Wha co-chaired the 10th Mekong-RoK Foreign Ministers’ Meeting on September 28.

India funds seven water management projects in four Vietnam

India funds seven water management projects in four Vietnam's Mekong Delta provinces

06:55 | 24/09/2020

Seven memoranda of understanding (MoUs) were signed between Government of India and four southern Provinces of Vietnam — Ben Tre, Hau Giang, Kien Giang and Tien Giang — at a ceremony held on September 23 in Can Tho city to implement India’s development assistance for water resource management projects in Vietnam’s Mekong Delta Region.

Finland supports Mekong Delta in responding to climate change

Finland supports Mekong Delta in responding to climate change

14:23 | 04/07/2020

On July 2, the Center for Environment and Community Assets Development (CECAD) and the Finnish Embassy in Vietnam signed an agreement to fund a project aiming at improving communications capacity for the Mekong Delta to cope with climate change.

Mekong Delta in the process of agriculture transformation

Mekong Delta in the process of agriculture transformation

10:55 | 05/06/2020

There is a need of urgent transformation for Mekong Delta’s agricultural economy in the context of climate change, international economic integration, and negative impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic. Recently, Mekong Delta has been strengthening connectivity and cooperation in high-tech agriculture development.

Mekong Delta takes measures to reduce saltwater intrusion

Mekong Delta takes measures to reduce saltwater intrusion

10:49 | 11/02/2020

Though saltwater intrusion in the Cửu Long (Mekong) Delta was predicted to come earlier and with higher level of salinity than that recorded in the 2015-16 dry season, the damages to farming areas are expected to be less serious as authorities and farmers have taken measures to cope with the situation in the 2019-20 dry season.

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