According to Special Envoy of the UN Secretary-General for Syria Geir Pedersen, more than 900,000 people have been displaced in Idlib province since December 1, 2019, and children are dying from cold. Ongoing military operations in Idlib Governorate are in violation of ceasefire agreements, while terrorist attacks continue on civilians. … [Read more...] about Vietnam supports seeking of political solutions to Syria
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“Vietnam’s property market has potential for short, mid, and long-term investment. The nation has a population of nearly 100 million, 37 per cent of whom live in urban areas,” said Nam. “Due to industrialisation and rapid urbanisation, there are more than one million people moving from rural to urban areas, resulting in an increase in the housing demand.” … [Read more...] about Firm appeal for Japanese developers
According to Hung, the State Bank in August 2018 released Decision No 1604 on approving the plan on developing green banking in Vietnam in order to heighten the awareness and social responsibility of the banking system for environmental protection and climate change adaptation, driving capital flow to environmentally friendly projects. … [Read more...] about Green financing: banks pull back
Since installing pipes would have cost around VND4 million, Thu and 20 other families in the neighborhood have saved money by collecting distilled water from reservoirs for the last 10 years. But that is not possible as for the last month, the reservoirs have dried up and the water has been polluted. Showering or bathing in such polluted water irritate the skin, Thu said. … [Read more...] about Mekong Delta parched in aftermath of 2019 El Nino
Aiming to find effective short term and long-term solutions, the Ministry of Science and Technology (MST) invited experts from large healthcare centers, including the Central Tropical Diseases Hospital, Military Medical Academy, Military Hospital 103, HCM City Pasteur Institute and VABIOTECH (the Company for Vaccine and Biological Production No 1) to the meeting. … [Read more...] about Covid-2019: what can Vietnam’s scientists do?