On April 30, Minister of Information and Communications Truong Minh Tuan bought two tuna fish from a port in Quang Binh after they’d been confirmed as safe by inspectors. He then had a tuna meal prepared right at the port by fishermen. “Clearly sourced seafood should not be boycotted,” said Tuan yesterday at a press conference in Quang Binh. Photo by Hoang Tao On the same day, Da Nang People’s Committee Chairman Huynh Duc Tho (wearing a cap) himself prepared and enjoyed a meal of seafood bought straight from fishermen at a local port. According to the fishermen, their produce is safe as it is caught offshore. Upon hearing that, Tho ordered 100kg of fish. Photo by D.X. In the morning of May 1, Tho and other Da Nang top officials went for a swim at My Khe beach. Photo by Nguyen Dong Tho enjoys the cool water. Photo by Nguyen Dong After witnessing fresh fish caught offshore being certified as safe by Da Nang government, tens of kilograms of fish caught during the night was sold out within five minutes. Photo by Nguyen Dong. Director General of Ha Tinh Natural Resources and Environment Department Vo Ta Dinh (second from… Read full this story
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