Vietnam and China officially opened a new cross-border bridge on Tuesday linking the city of Mong Cai in Vietnam and the city of Dongxing in China.
On March 9th, Deputy Prime Minister Hoang Trung Hai chaired a meeting to consider a mechanism in support of the provision of infrastructure in the central province of Ninh Thuan, in order to contribute to boosting socio-economic development and stablising the lives of people being affected by the building of nuclear power plants.
A wind power project construction, the first of its kind in the Central Highlands, was recently inaugurated in Dlie-Yang commune, Ea H’leo district, Dak Lak province and is expected to provide 450 million kWh per year, satisfying the demand for power from 200,000 families in the region.
The Hanoi Construction Investment Joint Stock Company (HANCIC) on March 7th inagurated a school project in a pilot housing complex for workers in Kim Chung commune, Dong Anh district, Hanoi.
Fifteen localities in mountainous, remote and island regions will be assisting in expanding the recreation playgrounds for children with a capital of VND500 million each.
Construction work started on March 6th on a wastewater treatment plant in southern Binh Duong province, which will benefit over 400,000 local residents.
Many districts in the central province of Nghe An bordering Laos meet difficulties in life. However, over the the past 56 years, they have received great support from the provincial Border Guard.
The party leader made the call in his closing speech at the end of the Central Committee’s 10th meeting in Hanoi on January 12th, according to the Vietnam News Agency.
Mr. Huynh Van Ti, Secretary of Binh Thuan Provincial Party Committee asked Executive Committees of the Party Hierarchy to focus on leadership and guidelines in order to well perform requirements, content and directive opinions of Politburo as stipulated in Directive No.36-CT-TW.
Over the past years, the northern province of Bac Giang has focused on implementing diverse programs and targets on poverty reduction, especially preferential programs on credit, medical, educational and training sectors and social sponsorship.
Situated 250 kilometres from Hanoi, Ba Be Lake is a fresh lake in the northern mountainous province of Bac Kan. Being one of the largest fresh lakes in the world and a part of Ba Be National Park, it was recognised as a national tourism site of Vietnam.
To welcome this year’s lunar New Year, kumquat planters in Tu Lien village, Tay Ho district, Hanoi raise a new style of kumquat – kumquat planted in pots.
After its long sea route, ship HQ 571 anchored on Truong Sa Dong Island which belongs to Truong Sa (Spratly) Archipelago at sunrise. The sunrise makes the island more sparkling and fanciful. The island is home to soldiers who faithfully protect each meter of sea and land generated from their ancestors.
In 2014, the Vietnamese electricity sector succeeded in completing power projects that brought power to distant islands, ensuring a safe and stable provision of power, and promising to strongly boost the islands’ socio-economic development.