State-owned enterprises asked to pioneer in innovation, int’l integration
16:11 16/06/2024

Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh requested that State-owned enterprises (SOEs) play the pioneering role in innovation, application and mastery of science and technology in the Industry 4.0, and in international integration and effective foreign investment while meeting with executives from over 150 major SOEs on June 15.

PM demands stronger implementation of project on resident data
New classrooms handed over to children in Son La

PSNews - Recently, the Son La Provincial Police Department in coordination with the Van Ho District People’s Committee and benefactors organized a ceremony to hand over the 33rd newly-built classrooms to children in the Ban Lay 2 school branch of the Tan Xuan Kindergarten.

MPS hosts talk on online child sexual exploitation and abuse

PSNews - The Department of Foreign Relations under the Ministry of Public Security in coordination with the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) organized a roundtable discussion on online child sexual exploitation and abuse on June 12th - 13th, in Ho Chi Minh city.

MPS honors outstanding policewomen

PSNews - The Ministry of Public Security recently organized a ceremony to present the “Typical Policewoman” Award and honor excellent grassroots-level policewomen in 2023 in Hanoi.

THE honours 13 Vietnamese universities in Impact Rankings globally

Times Higher Education (THE) that provides the definitive source of data, insight and expertise on higher education worldwide has announced the University Impact Rankings for 2024, with 13 Vietnamese universities honoured on the list, four more compared to the 2023 rankings.

Free anti-phishing software provided from H2

Vietnam will provide free anti-phishing software for its people from July, heard a workshop on preventing cyber fraud held by the National Cybersecurity Association on May 13.

San Francisco recognises Vietnamese as official language

The San Francisco City Board of Supervisors (USA) on June 11 voted unanimously to declare Vietnamese as an official language in the city, requiring translation services for government announcements, reported the San Francisco Chronicle.