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Wednesday, October 23, 2019
Tags: Egypt
Asia-Pacific moving towards ratification of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons Asia-Pacific moving towards ratification of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons
The new Treaty on Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons opened for signature on September 20, 2017, and will enter into force in 90 days after getting 50 instruments of ratification. After one year, 19 ratification instruments were deposited, near one third of them from Asia-Pacific countries (including Thailand, Palau, Vietnam, New Zealand, Cook Island and Samoa). This fact shows that Asia-Pacific is in the forward position to totally eliminate nuclear weapons in the world for the peace, security and human being. How to move forward the process of ratification of the TPNW? It’s is a big question before the International Committee of the Red Cross, other organizations and civil society to build a strategy to assist governments in achieving the final goal.
Presidents visits to Ethiopia Egypt create momentum for bilateral ties President’s visits to Ethiopia, Egypt create momentum for bilateral ties
President Tran Dai Quang’s state visits to Ethiopia and Egypt from August 23-28 have created new momentum for bilateral relations between Vietnam and the two countries, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Vu Hong Nam has said.
Vietnamese Egyptian Presidents seek stronger cooperation Vietnamese, Egyptian Presidents seek stronger cooperation
President Tran Dai Quang and Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi exchanged specific measures to enhance the bilateral cooperation in wide-ranging fields during their talks in Hanoi on September 6.
The 2015 Civil Code: A more humane and feasible legal foundation for civil relations The 2015 Civil Code: A more humane and feasible legal foundation for civil relations
The 2015 Civil Code lays a stable and consistent legal foundation to regulate civil relations, minimizing the administrationalization and criminalization of, as well as intervention by public authorities into, civil relations.
DECISION No. 2139/QD-TTg OF DECEMBER 5 2011: Approving the national strategy for climate change DECISION No. 2139/QD-TTg OF DECEMBER 5, 2011: Approving the national strategy for climate change
International commitments on liberalization of investment International commitments on liberalization of investment
Vietnam’s international commitments require it to liberalize foreign investment by opening up various economic sectors, ending discrimination against foreign investors according to certain timelines, and establishing a system to protect investment consistent with international practice.
CIRCULAR No. 08/2006/TT-BTP OF DECEMBER 8 2006: Guiding the implementation of a number of provisions on child adoption involving foreign elements CIRCULAR No. 08/2006/TT-BTP OF DECEMBER 8, 2006: Guiding the implementation of a number of provisions on child adoption involving foreign elements
On civil relations involving foreign elements in draft (amended) Civil Code On civil relations involving foreign elements in draft (amended) Civil Code
At its 7th session in May 2005, the National Assembly is expected to consider substantial and comprehensive amendments to the Civil Code of Vietnam. The revision of the Code will directly affect all of society and every citizen as well. For this reason, the Standing Committee of the National Assembly has decided to gather comments from the public, on the draft Code.

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