On July 28, the mission of Embassy of the United States Vietnam led by Ambassador Michael W. Michalak paid a visit to Cat Tien National Park (in Tan Phu district). The mission visits Cat Tien National Park … [Read more...] about The mission of Embassy of the United States Vietnam pays a visit to Cat Tien National Park
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The State Department of the United States decided to enlist Vietnam as one of the "countries of particular concern" in its annual report on religious freedom on September 15th 2004, so the Spokesman of the Vietnamese Ministry of Foreign Affairs Le Dung released a statement as follows: We strongly protest the decision of the State Department of the United States to enlist Vietnam as one of the "countries of particular concern" in its annual report on religious freedom. It is a wrongful decision based on erroneous information and inaccurate reflection of Vietnam's situation. The decision of the State Department of the United States by no means benefits the common efforts of the Governments and peoples of Vietnam and the US to build a relationship of stability and lasting cooperation in the interests of the two peoples. Vietnam's consistent policy is to respect and protect the rights to freedom of beliefs and religions and rights to freedom of non-beliefs and non-religions. This is … [Read more...] about The Spokesman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Vietnam: We strongly protest the decision of the State Department of the United States to enlist Vietnam as one of the “countries of particular conc
China has issued the Human Rights Record of the United States in 2006 in response to the Country Reports on Human Rights Practices for 2006 issued by the US Department of State on Mar. 6. Released by the Information Office of China's State Council on Mar. 8, the Chinese report lists a multitude of cases to show the human rights situation in the United States and its violation of human rights in other countries, China's Xinhua news agency reported. "As in previous years, the State Department pointed the finger at human rights conditions in more than 190 countries and regions, including China, but avoided touching on the human rights situation in the United States," the document says. By publishing the Human Rights Record of the United States in 2006, the document says it aims to "help people have a better understanding of the situation in the United States and promote the international cause of human rights". The Chinese document criticises America's self-touted democracy in … [Read more...] about China issues human rights record of the United States
On 12/10, Chairman of PPC Le Phuoc Thanh had a meeting with the Embassy of the United States in Vietnam, Mr. David Shear. Thereby promoting the friendly relations between Vietnam and the United States in general, between Quang Nam and other organizations of the United States in particular. Quang Nam is a province attractive many investor of U.S.A. Special, in the last time, the province received the many support of U.S.A Government about economic-socio. Quang Nam province has about 30 non- government organizations activing. According to statistics, every year Quang Nam received total funding from non-governmental organizations is $ 4 million. At the meeting, Mr. David Shear recorded the remarkable growth as well as appreciate the potential of Quang Nam, especially the tourism potential. During this visit, he wanted the friendly relationship between the two parties become stronger again, and promised to call for more funding in Quang Nam. He added: Agent Orange, unexploded … [Read more...] about The Embassy of the United States at Vietnam to visit Quang Nam.
Harsh winter weather swept across much of the United States on Wednesday, leaving scores of people dead, hundreds of thousands without electricity and threatening to decimate California's citrus crops. Most of the damage was caused by a powerful storm that churned across the country from the southwestern states of New Mexico and Texas to far northeastern Maine starting on Friday. At least 42 people died in car accidents on icy roads and carbon monoxide poisoning at home, common when people without electricity use fuel-burning stoves for heat. A separate icy snap in normally balmy California led California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger to warn that the region's citrus fruit industry could lose crops worth up to one billion dollars. California accounts for nearly a quarter of the US market for citrus fruits, according to state agricultural authorities. Avocados, green leafy vegetables, broccoli, strawberries and cauliflower also grow in the state and have been affected by the … [Read more...] about Harsh Winter Weather Swept Across Much of the United States