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Agency leader prompts dyke reinforcement to cope with erratic natural disasters

In an interview with Sai Gon Giai Phong Newspaper, Mr. Vu Xuan Thanh, deputy chief of the General Department of Natural Disaster Prevention and Control under the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, emphasized the need of fortifying the dyke system to cope with natural disasters, which have been erratic and not followed laws of nature.

The signing ceremony for the package (Photo: Bao Tin Tuc)

Vietnam to launch earth observation satellite in 2023

The Vietnam National Space Center under the Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology and Japanese Sumitomo Group have just signed a package “LOTUSat-1, Equipment and Capacity Development”. 

People dump the waste matter into a local stream, the oil quickly spread to a nearby canal, which led water from the Da (Black) River into a water treatment plant of the Song Da Water Investment, which supplies water to several districts in the western pa

Tap water samples in Hanoi safe to use

Concerning fresh water supply incident, the Hanoi Department of Health yesterday confirmed that the quality of tap water in the capital is safe to use after test results showed that styrene concentration in the water is within the normal limits.
Tidal waters submerged a street in HCMC at the end of September (Photo: SGGP)

Southern region about to experience large high tide

The National Hydro Meteorological Forecasting Center forecast that from October 25-31 the Southern region will experience a very large high tide with its peak forecast to exceed the record high level early this month.

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc delivers a speech at the national conference in Nam Dinh province on October 19 (Photo:VNA)

No end point in building new-style countryside: PM

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc highlighted that there is no such thing as the end for the building new-style rural areas program while addressing a national conference held in the northern province of Nam Dinh on October 19.

Tanker still provides water to residents in Hanoi (Photo: SGGP)

Hanoians still worried about tap water quality

The Song Da Water Investment JSC (Viwasupco) yesterday started re-supplying water to several condominiums in districts Thanh Xuan and Cau Giay in Hanoi but residents still worried about water quality.