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VIETNAM NEWS HEADLINES MAY 23

Vietheart Summer Camp 2022 to be held in Czech Republic
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At the press conference (Photo: VNA)
The 8th summer camp of Vietnamese youth in Europe “Vietheart Summer Camp 2022” will take place in Prague, the Czech Republic, on August 18-21, heard a press conference held by the Vietnam youth and student associations in the country on May 22.

The camp will be hosted by the standing board of the Union of Vietnamese Youth and Student in Europe and the Vietnam Youth and Student Association after a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The event aims to connect and create a playground for Vietnamese youth and students in Europe in sci-tech research, offering a venue for students from European countries to discuss and share experience as well as advantages and disadvantages in youth activities and student movements in countries.

The camp is hoped to be attended by excellent individuals from the Vietnamese youth and student associations in Austria, Poland, Belgium, Bulgaria, Germany, the Netherlands, Hungary, Romania, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Spain, and Vietnam.

Seminars, group discussions, photo exhibitions, team games, and sports competitions will be arranged during the  event, contributing to strengthening the connection and bettering knowledge about the culture, history, geography of Vietnam and European countries, and Vietnamese language skills for Vietnamese young people and students living, studying and working in European countries.

National Assembly’s third session opens

The 15th-tenure National Assembly (NA) convened the third session in Hanoi on May 23.

During the 19-day session – the longest since the beginning of this tenure, the legislative body will consider and approve five draft laws and three draft resolutions, which are designed to continue implementing the policy of safe, flexible adaptation to and effective control of the COVID-19 pandemic so as to recover the economy and support people and labourers in the new normal.

After the opening remarks delivered by NA Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue, Deputy Prime Minister Le Van Thanh will deliver a report on supplementary assessment of the implementation of the socio-economic development plans and the state budget in 2021 and in the first months of 2022.

Chairman of the NA’s Economic Committee Vu Hong Thanh will present a verification report on this issue.

President of the VFF Central Committee Do Van Chien then will deliver a report on the ideas and recommendations of voters and people nationwide sent to the third session.

The State budget settlement in 2020 will be the focus of the afternoon sitting.

Dong Thap sets World Record for making 200 lotus-based dishes

The World Records Union (WorldKings) and the Vietnam Records Organisation (Vietkings) have recognised the first Dong Thap Lotus Festival 2022 as the world's largest event of processing and presentation of 200 lotus-based dishes.
 
A WorldKings decision on the recognition has been presented to the People's Committee of the Mekong Delta province. 

Boasting large lotus growing areas and a rich culinary culture, Dong Thap province organised the processing and presentation of 200 lotus-based dishes with the aim of promoting the local specialties and introducing domestic and foreign friends to the culinary quintessence of Vietnam in general and the locality in particular.

At the first Dong Thap Lotus Festival 2022 themed "Lotus of a new day", 10 culinary experts and 50 chefs were on hand to process and present 200 delicacies made from various parts of the lotus plant, such as lotus root, lotus flower stem, lotus leaf, lotus seeds and lotus seed heart.

After completion, 200 dishes were presented in the shape of a 10-petal blooming lotus.

Russian man jailed for seven months for cannabis possession

Bình Thuận Province People's Court on Monday handed a seven-month prison sentence to a Russian man for illegal possession of narcotics.

According to the verdict, 34-year-old Shedko Dmitrii arrived in Việt Nam in November 2019 and rented an apartment at Hàm Tiến Ward, Phan Thiết City, the south-central province of Bình Thuận.

In August 2020, he suffered a broken hand during a fight, and after the injury healed, he claimed he was still in pain and decided to use cannabis as a painkiller.

In August 2021, he bought seeds to plant in his own home as he said he didn't have money to purchase the product.  However, the excuse was deemed unacceptable, as before growing the cannabis, Dmitrii spent a significant sum of money on lights, humidifiers, dryers, electronic scales, and microscales for his growing system.

On December 24, 2021, Phan Thiết City's criminal police said they caught Dmitrii in illegal possession of a large amount of dried cannabis (about 3kg in total) as well as 27 live cannabis plants (ranging between 30-140cm in height and weighing 6kg in total).

The police also seized instruments used in the cultivation and harvesting of cannabis.

The court said the defendant had given a sincere confession, repented and had no prior criminal record, making him eligible for a reduced sentence.

During legal procedures, he had access to interpreters, consular notification, and other rights in accordance with the law. 

History proposed to be compulsory subject in high schools

The National Assembly's Committee for Culture and Education held its third plenary session on May 22, in Hanoi, with the attendance of leaders of the Ministry of Education and Training, the Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism.

Most members of the Committee for Culture and Education disagreed with making History an optional subject at the high school level for many reasons. First, History is a particularly important subject, playing a key role in political and ideological education for the young generation; educating patriotism, national self-esteem, cultural and historical traditions; fostering the thinking capacity and proper actions and behaviors in social life; thereby forming the qualities of Vietnamese citizens in the development trend of the times.

Secondly, in terms of age, high school students, from the age of 15 to 17, mature in awareness and have better receptive ability about the national history. This is also the age that determines the formation of worldview, the system of views about nature, society, principles and behavior rules, and human value orientation. 

Third, History is always a compulsory subject in the high school curriculum in many countries worldwide, such as the US, France, Australia, Japan, and China.

From the above arguments, the NA's Committee for Culture and Education believes that History has a special position and significance in the general education program. Students need to be equipped with this knowledge. Therefore, the committee unanimously proposed the Ministry of Education and Training stipulate History as a compulsory subject in the 2018 General Education Program with an appropriate volume of knowledge. The subject includes historical knowledge (required) and career-oriented knowledge (optional).

Vietnam cooperating with WHO to closely monitor monkeypox

The General Department of Preventive Medicine (under the Health Ministry) yesterday announced that functional units in the country are carefully monitoring the status of monkeypox to prevent the disease from entering Vietnam, while continuously working with WHO to timely update the status of this disease worldwide, along with responding measures.

This monkeypox disease, which mostly occur in the West and Middle of Africa, is milder than previously discovered smallpox in 1970. Until 2019-2020, patients infected with monkeypox were all related to these areas. However, since May 2020, many countries in the world have recorded patients with no clear relation to the endemic area.

WHO reported that until May 21 of this year, there have been 92 confirmed monkeypox patients and 28 suspected cases in 12 nations of England, Portugal, Sweden, Canada, Belgium, Germany, Australia, and the US, which are not the inherently endemic areas of the virus. WHO forecasts an increase in suspected monkeypox cases as it has expanded its monitoring scale.

Vietjet reopens flights between Seoul and Vietnam’s beach destinations

Celebrating a vibrant summer and welcoming life back to Vietnam's famous paradise beaches, budget carrier Vietjet has officially reopened flights connecting Seoul and Nha Trang, Phu Quoc and Hai Phong. 

The first flight back to Nha Trang from Seoul on May 20 was greeted with a water cannon salute, flowers and gifts, showing Vietnam’s warm hospitality to visitors. 

Vietjet plans to relaunch services from Seoul to Phu Quoc and Hai Phong and vice versa this May, raising the total routes linking Vietnam and the Republic of Korea to six, given that the two countries are expecting a new wave of tourists from both sides, after the RoK announced the resumption of short-term tourist visas for foreigners from June 1. 

There are currently three Nha Trang - Seoul (Incheon) round-trip flights weekly, on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays. Starting from May 21, Vietjet operates five round-trip flights between Phu Quoc and Seoul (Incheon) on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays.

The Hai Phong - Seoul services will resume on May 26, with three round-trip flights per week.

Close to 9,000 COVID-19 cases recover with no deaths reported

Vietnam recorded an additional 1,319 new COVID-19 infections across 42 localities throughout the country, and a total of 8.945 recoveries on May 22.

The national tally saw a drop of 138 cases from the previous day.

The total fatalities stayed at 43,075 with no death confirmed over the past 24 hours, accounting for 0.4 of the total caseload.

During the last week, the daily average was 1,606 cases, while the daily average death toll was at one.

In the latest wave that began in April last year, over 10.7 million cases have been documented with 9.39 million already recovering.

Since the beginning of the pandemic, Vietnam has logged 10,708,887 infections, ranking 24th out of 227 countries and territories, while with the ratio of infections per million people, the nation ranks 130th out of 227 countries and territories.

By May 21, the country had injected a total of 36,346, taking the total number of vaccine doses administered to 219,084,118.

HCMC Chairman Mai voted Chairman of Universities Council of Rectors

Chairman of the People's Committee in Ho Chi Minh City Phan Van Mai was voted Chairman of the Council of Rectors of universities.

At the first meeting of the Council of Rectors of Universities in the southern metropolis in 2022 at the University of Education yesterday, the council announced the decision to consolidate its personnel and proposed several new activities.

The Council of Rectors in universities in HCMC was approved including Chairman of the Ho Chi Minh City People's Committee Phan Van Mai who was voted to be Chairman while Vice Chairman of the municipal People's Committee Duong Anh Duc was voted to be permanent Vice Chairman of the Council. Other vice chairmen of the Council include Director of Ho Chi Minh City Department of Education and Training Nguyen Van Hieu and Secretary of the Party Committee of HCMC Universities and Colleges Nguyen Thi Minh Hong.

Members of the Council of Rectors of Universities in Ho Chi Minh City include 51 higher education institutions. The Rector's Council consists of six councils according to pedagogical majors, health, culture - art - tourism - society and humanities, technology, economy, and legal politics.

The Council is responsible for helping the municipal People's Committee direct and implement a number of content on improving the quality of higher education in the area, and providing high-quality human resources.

Hoai, Hung win VN Trail Marathon

Nguyen Thi Nho Hoai and Nguyen Tien Hung won the Vietnam Trail Marathon held in Moc Chau District, Son La Province on Saturday.

Hoài who ran for Newborns Việt Nam, came first in the women’s 70km category with a total time of 11:22.00. She looked very strong at the finish line with an 18 minute gap to second place Vũ Thị Lan Hương.  

Vũ Thị Lan Hương and Akane Nemoto of Japan were the runners-up with a time of 11:47.23 and 11:49.51, respectively.

The route took runners along stunning trails through orchards and remote ethnic villages before eventually finishing in the Đồi Chè Trái Tim (Heart-Shaped Tea Field).

Meanwhile, the men’s champion of the 70km was Nguyễn Tiến Hùng. He took the lead from the start and built up a long lead eventually finishing with a time of 7:55.28.  

Second place in this category was Nguyễn Sĩ Hiếu ahead of Romain Berion from France by four minutes.

In the men’s 42km event, the champion was Trần Duy Quang. He said: “The trails were very beautiful today. The weather was cool, so I liked it a lot. Mộc Châu people are very friendly, they treated us with a lot of plums along the course. So I ate them a lot!” 

The top three female 42km runners are Christine Mitchell from England, Vietnamese Lê Phương Vy and Constance Louasse from France.

This race was part of Việt Nam Trail Series by Topas, which also includes Sa Pa’s Việt Nam Mountain Marathon and Pù Luông’s Viet Nam Jungle Marathon.  

The Mộc Châu event was the third race added to the series. Mộc Châu was chosen for its spectacular trails and unique landscapes as well as the hospitable welcome extended to organisers and runners by both the local authorities and the local people.  

In September, The Sa Pa event, Viet Nam Mountain Marathon will include the nation’s first 100 miles (163km) run. It is set to attract 5,000 runners and many supporters. 

Build Ring Road 3 by 2025, parliamentarian urges

A senior National Assembly deputy has asked the four localities hosting the Ring Road No. 3 to speed up site clearance for ensuring its completion by 2025.

Vũ Hồng Thanh, chairman of the National Assembly’s Economic Committee, stressed the urgency of the project during a recent working visit to the road’s construction site. 

The NA working team would report its assessment to the National Assembly for approval in the next session, he noted.

Lương Minh Phúc, head of the HCM City Management Board for Traffic Works Construction and Investment, said HCM City and other provinces are preparing necessary documents to submit to the National Assembly today.

The road requires huge site clearance work, which would affect more than 3,800 households, including nearly 2,500 in HCM City, he said.

Phan Văn Mãi, chairman of the municipal People’s Committee, said the city aims to complete site clearance and start construction by the end of 2023.

HCM City and other localities would ensure funding for the project in case more investment is needed, he added.

The city has housing funds available for people to reside temporarily while waiting for resettlement, he said. It also plans to establish an advisory council consisting of experienced experts to facilitate timely solutions to ensure the project’s progress, he added.

HCM City to hire more teachers for new 2022-23 curricula

The HCM City Department of Education and Training is planning to recruit more teachers for public high schools in the coming academic year to meet the needs of new curricula.  

The hiring is being done in preparation for implementing the 2018 General Education Programme in high schools for the 2022-23 academic year.

Under the programme, high school students have to learn literature, math, a foreign language, physical education and defence and security. Students will select optional subjects from social science, natural science, technology and arts.

Localities urged to prevent infectious disease outbreak

The Ministry of health has asked localities to take preventive measures against the risk of infectious diseases.

In a dispatch sent to cities and provinces on Friday, the Ministry of Health said that some localities are facing transmissible diseases such as dengue fever, encephalitis, diarrhoea, cough and foot, mouth and hand disease.

The hot and humid weather in the coming summer would pose favourable conditions for infectious diseases.

HCM City is witnessing a sharp rise in foot, mouth and hand disease cases. While the city is also facing a high risk of a dengue fever outbreak.

So far this year, the city recorded a total of 8,200 dengue fever patients. This includes serious cases, up fivefold on-year, and six deaths, four cases higher than the same period last year.

HCM City has reported 2,370 foot, mouth and hand cases since the beginning of this year, mostly among children under five.

Ministry urges conservation of groundwater resources

The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MoRE) has called on provinces and cities nationwide to step up the conservation of groundwater resources.

MoNRE said that many localities have been working to protect groundwater resources by limiting exploitation, filling in unused wells, and controlling drilling and exploration activities, which has helped prevent dropping groundwater levels, saltwater intrusion, and land subsidence in urban and delta areas, especially big cities like Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, the Mekong Delta, and some coastal provinces.

However, it also pointed out that one of the main causes of land subsidence and groundwater pollution, degradation and exhaustion is a lack of attention to geological exploration, mineral mining and construction activities.

In its written request, the ministry asked provinces and cities to promptly order local agencies to deal with unused wells, especially those formed as a result of geological, mineral and construction surveys.

They were also told to increase examination and monitoring at the grassroots level to detect and handle land subsidence and groundwater pollution, degradation and exhaustion in a timely manner.

Vietnamese language teaching promoted in Russia

The Vietnamese Language Festival in Russia was held by the Vietnamese Embassy in Russia on May 21 with the aim to promote cooperation while strengthening cultural and educational exchange activities between Vietnam and Russia.

The delegates expect that with the participation of a large number of Russian institutions providing Vietnamese language training, the programme will create a new impetus for the Vietnamese language teaching movement in Russia.

Within the framework of the festival, a seminar on Vietnamese in Vietnam-Russia exchange and cooperation was held both in-person and online forms.

Within the framework of Vietnamese Language Festival in Russia, the organisers also displayed images of the country and people of Vietnam, introduced the art of calligraphy to a large number of Russian friends, and awarded prizes for the wall newspaper design contest about Vietnam for Russian students and children in the community.

The Golden Colour of Tam Coc - Trang An tourism week opens in Ninh Binh

The 2022 Ninh Binh tourism week, themed “The Golden Colour of Tam Coc - Trang An”, opened on May 21, with a wide range of activities.

Participating in the event, visitors have the chance to immerse themselves in the serene beauty of golden rice fields stretching along under the stunning limestone ranges and river and enjoy listening to folk songs at the boat wharf and caves.

The event also includes cuisine display and other activities at the walking street.

The event was held for the first time in 2018 and is become an annual activity of the province’s tourism sector in a bid to attract more visitors and boost the development of the local tourism.

The tourism week is scheduled to run until May 28.

Vietnam - RoK Film Festival gets underway

The Vietnam-Republic of Korea Film Festival 2022 has been launched as part of activities getting underway to mark the 30th anniversary of diplomatic ties between the two countries.

The films, include documentaries, sci-fi, animation, short films, and web dramas, are required not be political in any way.

They must be Vietnamese or Korean-language films produced by local and Korean cinema facilities and having never participated in any international film festivals previously.

A total of 10 outstanding Korean and Vietnamese films will be selected to progress to an awards ceremony due to take place on June 19 at CGV Nha Trang in Khanh Hoa province.

Entries must be sent via email to thuonghieuinfaco@gmail.com and June 5 is the deadline for submission.

U23 side tested for COVID-19 ahead of Dubai training camp

Players of the U23 Vietnam side that defeated Thai opponents in the SEA Games 31 final match on May 22 evening will undergo COVID-19 tests shortly ahead of their training camp in Dubai, starting on May 24.

Accordingly, on May 23, 14 players of the U23 team, who competed at SEA Games 31, are scheduled to join other members at the Vietnam Youth Football Training Center in the lead up to the training camp.

Once the training camp concludes they will compete in the final round of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) U23 Asian Championship, which is scheduled to take place in Uzbekistan from June 1 to June 19.

Korean veteran expert Park Hang-seo will no longer coach the U23 side after helping Vietnam defend their SEA Games championship title they won in the Philippines in 2019 altogether.  

Instead, Korean coach Gong Oh-kyun will succeed Park Hang-seo to lead the team at the AFC U23 Asian Championship.

VN contestant to vie for Miss Global 2022 crown in Indonesia

Doan Hong Trang, a local beauty of Binh Thuan province, will represent Vietnam at the Miss Global 2022 pageant which is set to take place in Bali, Indonesia, this June.

Trang stands at 1.73 meters tall and measures 86-60-92. She is noted for winning a beauty contest held in the country’s central region in 2016.

The 27-year old girl who is currently working as a model boasts plenty of experience in competing at beauty pageants nationwide, and is anticipated to shine at this competition.

Trang shared that she has enough confidence to claim the crown of the world beauty contest.

Miss Global has become one of the most prestigious beauty contests globally since 2011, attracting a large number of contestants from all over the world.

VNOB to present legendary love story of My Chau-Trong Thuy

The Vietnam National Opera and Ballet (VNOB) will present a ballet featuring one of Vietnam's famous legends, My Chau-Trong Thuy at Hanoi Opera House on June 1-2.

The dance performance based on the epic Vietnamese love story between My Chau and Trong Thuy is mixed ballet, contemporary, and folklore dance styles by choreographers of Meritorious artists Nguyen Thi Thuy Hang and Phan Luong, and Nguyen Minh.

The play will be performed by Meritorious Artists of Phan Luong and Thu Hang, and artists namely Le Thanh, Duc Hieu, Vu Anh and more.

The play is expected to be presented to audiences in provinces and cities nationwide, including HCMC.

Festival seeks to promote friendship among Vietnamese, Lao border provinces

Nine Vietnamese provinces and 10 Lao provinces along the shared borderline will participate in the third cultural, sports and tourism exchange festival, scheduled to be held in the northern province of Dien Bien in September.

The event aims to celebrate the 60th founding anniversary of diplomatic ties and 40 years since the signing of the Treaty of Amity and Cooperation between the two countries.

It is also expected to promote tourism potential and traditional cultures of ethnic minorities along the Vietnam-Laos border to domestic and international friends, contributing to preserving ethnic identities.

The festival is to strengthen the solidarity and comprehensive cooperation between Vietnam and Laos, and reaffirm Vietnam's consistent policy of maintaining, consolidating and enhancing its special relationship with the neighbour.

The event will include musical performances, shows featuring traditional costumes, cultural products and images of Vietnamese people as well as socio-economic achievements of some localities that have cooperative ties with Lao counterparts.

An exhibition featuring cultural space, traditional crafts, agricultural tools of ethnic groups living on the Vietnam-Laos border areas will also be organised.

Over 100 sets of remains of Vietnamese fallen soldiers repatriated from Laos

A total of 103 sets of remains of Vietnamese volunteer soldiers and experts who laid down their lives while on duty in the northern Lao provinces of Vientiane, Xaysomboun and Xiengkhuang were returned to Vietnam on May 22 and 23.

The remains were founded by the repatriation team of central Nghe An province’s Military Command during the 2021 – 2022 dry season. They will be re-buried at Nghi Loc martyrs’ cemetery on May 25.

The number is higher than the expectation, despite challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Established in 1984, the Nghe An Military Command's repatriation team has found and repatriated nearly 13,000 sets of soldier remains.

Vietnam, Canada red cross societies eye long-term cooperation

The Vietnam Red Cross Society (VRCS) and its Canadian counterpart have agreed to support each other in humanitarian activities and look towards a long-term cooperation agreement in the time ahead.

Vice President and Secretary General of the VRCS Nguyen Hai Anh told visiting President and CEO of the Canadian Red Cross (CRC) Conrad Sauvé during their talks in Hanoi on May 21 that he is delighted at the fruitful cooperation between the two countries and the associations.

The VRCS will further back the CRC to engage in the executive councils of the International Red Cross and the Red Crescent Movement, and support its Canadian counterpart in movements.

Sauvé said both Vietnam and Canada face such challenges as climate change and natural disasters, and possible risks relating to the COVID-19 and socio-economic impacts of armed conflicts.

The CRC has strength in the spheres like public health care, humanitarian aid, personnel training, technological application, and emergency aid, he said, affirming that Canada stands ready to help Vietnam in these areas.

The VRCS is willing to cooperate with Canada to implement programmes on public health care given impacts of extreme heat, he stressed.

The two sides also concurred to cooperate in supporting their governments to address climate change impacts, improving the capacity for their workers, digital transformation, volunteer management and development, public health care and emergency aid.

Source: VNA/SGT/VNS/VOV/Dtinews/SGGP/VGP/Hanoitimes

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