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 The Russian government will provide university scholarships for 70 Vietnamese students pursuing an atomic energy course in 2014, announced the Ministry of Education and Training.

Foreign Ministry: March busy with diplomatic activities

 VietNamNet Bridge – President Truong Tan Sang will pay a State-level visit to Japan from March 16-19 at the invitation of Japanese Emperor Akihito, a Vietnamese Foreign Minister’s spokesperson has said.

Nuclear power: The Vietnam - U.S. meeting

 VietNamNet Bridge - The U.S. government has made positive initial moves for its investment in Vietnam’s nuclear power development.

The world does not need nuclear bombs, just nuclear power

 VietNamNet Bridge would like to introduce opinions by Mr. Tran Thanh Minh, former Dean of the Da Lat University, a senior expert of nuclear power in Vietnam, about North Korea’s plan to test the fourth nuclear bomb.

IAEA to help Vietnam successfully develop nuclear power

 VietNamNet Bridge – The Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) confirmed that the IAEA would support Vietnam in any way to successfully build the Ninh Thuan nuclear power plants in safety and sustainability.

Political Headlines January 9

 Prime Minister welcomes head of international atomic agency, Defence Ministry aims for stronger defence diplomacy, Prime Minister vows to tackle corruption; Prime Minister to visit Cambodia

Political Headlines December 24

 President: Court sector keeps up with judicial reform; PM exhorts trade counsellors to facilitate export growth; South Korea supports Viet Nam youth leadership project  

The latest news about Vietnam’s nuclear power plants

 VietNamNet Bridge – Nuclear power experts believe that Vietnam still cannot build a nuclear power plant now. The Japanese side has slowed down the process of giving support to Vietnam in nuclear technology.

RoK President to visit Vietnam next month

VietNamNet Bridge – President of the Republic of Korea Park Geun-hye will pay an official visit to Vietnam from September 7-11, aiming to boost all-round cooperation with the Southeast Asian country, the Presidential Office announced on August 20.

US$10 million for nuclear power development

VietNamNet Bridge – The use of atomic energy has potential risks so the Prime Minister has approved the project on information and communications for the development of nuclear power.

The U.S. sets foot in Vietnam’s nuclear power market

 VietNamNet Bridge - The projects to build Vietnam’s third and fourth nuclear power plants are exactly what the US nuclear technology firms are heading to.

Vietnamese Prime Minister holds talks with Russian counterpart

VietNamNet Bridge – Russia strongly supports the way Viet Nam is restructuring its economy, renovating its economic growth model and stepping up international integration, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has affirmed.

Vietnam refuses nuclear bomb

 VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnam has taken a consistent policy: denying the possibility of creating and preventing the spread of weapons of mass destruction - nuclear weapons - in the world.

Experts examine nuclear feasibility

VietNamNet Bridge – Reports on the feasibility of two nuclear power plants would be completed next year, then submitted to the Government, said Nguyen Manh Hung, deputy head of the project management board. 

Nuclear power students to have tuition fees paid

 VietNamNet Bridge – Students who study nuclear power at domestic universities will now have their tuition and accommodation fees waived, thanks to the Government's recent draft decision.

Russia and Vietnam together boost nuclear power

 VietNamNet Bridge – Russia-based Rosatom Nuclear Energy State Corporation and Vietnam Electricity are working closely to implement the first nuclear power project in south-central Ninh Thuan province.

IAEA to help Vietnam improve nuclear power

VietNamNet Bridge - Officials of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) came yesterday to Vietnam to help the country improve its nuclear power infrastructure, in order to prepare for the country’s first nuclear power plant.