The session will consider the adoption of about 40 draft resolutions and decisions on human rights issues related to some countries such as Iran, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), Myanmar, Syria, South Sudan, Nicaragua, Palestine and Libya. … [Read more...] about Vietnam attends UN Human Rights Council’s 43rd session
Vietnam resolves to safeguard rights interests in east sea official
The trend of large corporations outsourcing operations to reduce expenses and increase market share is nothing new. Two significant changes were the way that companies relocated their factories and the way that countries managed to attract capital inflows. With the government’s accession to the World Trade Organization, competitive costs and receptive investment environment have made Vietnam an ideal location for investors seeking to reduce costs and diversify supply chains. … [Read more...] about American groups make progress across Vietnam
But Nguyen Lan Hieu, another deputy and director of Hanoi’s Medical University Hospital, warned: “We need to be very careful about [linking up with] foreign economies because the risk of a second wave of infection is still high in many countries. For example, China is now showing signs of a second wave in some localities.” … [Read more...] about HCM City Party chief calls for announcing ‘end’ of Vietnam pandemic, reviving economy
The other major difficulty, according to the analyst, is that the Iraqi anti-Daesh forces' most highly effective fighters, the Kurdish Peshmerga, probably cannot even enter Mosul proper, since many local civilians wouldn’t necessarily see them as liberators. On the positive side, Nasr recalled that the people in territories under Daesh's control who may have initially welcomed the terrorists as liberators have now had a chance to see what life is like under their rule. "There were ideological reasons why Daesh came to the forefront in Iraq, and I think that those ideological reasons hopefully, God willing, have waned, now that people actually see what life is like under these guys." … [Read more...] about Daesh ‘Could Have Been Wiped Out in 2 Months If It Wasn’t Serving US Interests’
The Government began preparing in early January in response to the first two Covid-19 deaths in Wuhan. The first two Vietnamese cases were admitted to Cho Ray on January 23. At that time, the country was closed for Tet, Vietnam’s most popular holiday. When the holiday ended a week later, the nation’s schools were kept closed to avoid further virus transmission. … [Read more...] about How did Vietnam dodge Covid-19?