Efforts Redoubled towards Removal of EC's “Yellow Card” on IUU Fishing

Efforts Redoubled towards Removal of EC's “Yellow Card” on IUU Fishing

Experts have called the yellow card a significant risk for Vietnam’s seafood industry.
Nui Thanh District, Quang Nam Province: Elderly Fishermen Still Flock to Sea

Nui Thanh District, Quang Nam Province: Elderly Fishermen Still Flock to Sea

Elderly fishermen are still heading for the open sea — out of choice and necessity, in a small commune of the central province of Quang Nam. The increased average age of fishermen indicates that older fishermen are continuing to fish beyond their expected retirement age, and younger fishermen are not replacing them.
Binh Dinh Strongly Opposes IUU Fishing

Binh Dinh Strongly Opposes IUU Fishing

Since 2018, Binh Dinh province has issued many documents directing and implementing drastic measures to combat illegal, unreported, and unregulated (IUU) fishing.
Fishermen Aided by Naval Ship after Accidents at Sea

Fishermen Aided by Naval Ship after Accidents at Sea

Two fishermen from Ba Ria-Vung Tau province were crushed by anchor lines and nets while fishing at sea. Both were promptly aided by Naval Region 2 ship.
Worshiping the Whale: Unique Cultural Beliefs of Quang Binh's Coastal Villages

Worshiping the Whale: Unique Cultural Beliefs of Quang Binh's Coastal Villages

As spring comes, many localities in the coastal area of Quang Binh hold fish festivals, a unique cultural activity with spiritual roots to strengthen solidarity among the fishing community and boost fishermen's confidence before entering the new fishing season.
Vietnam News Today (Feb. 13): Vietnam Travel Firms Sell Outbound Tours as Border Restrictions Ease

Vietnam News Today (Feb. 13): Vietnam Travel Firms Sell Outbound Tours as Border Restrictions Ease

Vietnam News Today (Feb. 13): Vietnam records 27,302 new local Covid cases; Cold spell to cause temperatures to drop as the north faces frosty conditions; Vietnam travel firms sell outbound tours as border restrictions ease; Vietnam’s largest blood donation festival opens in Hanoi.
Quang Ngai fisherman awarded certificate of merit for saving 4 Filipinos adrift at sea

Quang Ngai fisherman awarded certificate of merit for saving 4 Filipinos adrift at sea

The People's Committee of Quang Ngai province presented a certificate of merit to Mr. Nguyen Thanh Nhac, captain and owner of the fishing boat QNg 97217, in Tan Thanh village, Nghia An commune, Quang Ngai city for rescuing four Filipinos adrift at sea.
First joyful voyages as new year coming

First joyful voyages as new year coming

Right in the first days of the new year of Ox, along with the joy of Tet, the fishermen in the Central region are eager to get materials to "open the sea" in the new year with the wish of a better business year so that their family can gain wealth thanks to the sea.
Ships going aground at sea

Ships going aground at sea

Quang Ngai's seafarers face trouble when they have been continuously bullied by foreign ships on the Hoang Sa's waters of our country. Many people fell into bankruptcy when going home because the ship had only a empty wooden shell.
Great battle against ocean's monsters

Great battle against ocean's monsters

The sea hunters have, not a few times, been terrified by "monsters", which are the big fish. Many fishermen even had to pay by their own lives.
Meals on the waves of homeless lives

Meals on the waves of homeless lives

"The daily activities including eating and sleeping of 9 seafarers facing a lot of obstacles to survive together on about 4m2 cabin"
Embassy calls on Indonesia to ensure living conditions for detained Vietnamese fishermen

Embassy calls on Indonesia to ensure living conditions for detained Vietnamese fishermen

The Vietnamese Embassy in Indonesia has called on a detention centre of the immigration office in Pontianak city to provide good living conditions for detained Vietnamese fishermen.
Malaysia requested to treat detained Vietnamese fishermen humanely

Malaysia requested to treat detained Vietnamese fishermen humanely

Vietnam has asked Malaysia to treat detained Vietnamese fishermen humanely and handle issues relating to Vietnamese fishermen and fishing vessels in line with international law, Foreign Ministry spokesperson Le Thi Thu Hang said on August 20.
Philippines shipping company compensates for Vietnamese fishing boat collision

Philippines shipping company compensates for Vietnamese fishing boat collision

The owner of a Philippines ship has paid a 45,000 USD compensation to a Vietnamese fisherman for ramming and sinking his boat on May 1.    
Filipino daughter thanks Vietnamese fishermen for saving dad who lost at sea for 17 days

Filipino daughter thanks Vietnamese fishermen for saving dad who lost at sea for 17 days

“To all Vietnamese that helped and saved our father, you are all a hero,” said daughter of the Filipino man who was rescued by Vietnamese fishermen after 17 days adrift.    
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