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Monday, October 3, 2022
Tags: marine economy
Thirty years implementation of Vietnam Marine Strategy: a long stride in realizing the strategic vision Thirty years’ implementation of Vietnam Marine Strategy: a long stride in realizing the strategic vision
Sustainable development of marine economy is an aspiration, a dream and goal of Vietnam’s socio-economic development policies which suits the world’s trend of development of blue marine economy. The Vietnam Marine Strategy for the 2007-20 period and the Strategy for sustainable development of marine economy for the 1993-2022 period implemented over the past 30 years have contributed to realizing such goal.
Seven marine economic clusters targeted for sustainable development Seven marine economic clusters targeted for sustainable development
The country is scheduled to have seven maritime economic clusters by 2030, which aims to turn Vietnam into a strong marine country, and promote sustainable development in relevant regions, sectors and fields.
Vietnam ready to cooperate and share experience in combating illegal fishing: spokesperson Vietnam ready to cooperate and share experience in combating illegal fishing: spokesperson
Vietnam is ready to work with countries in the region and the international community to strengthen cooperation and share experiences in combating illegal fishing, stated Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokeswoman Le Thi Thu Hang.
Official Gazette issues Nos 133-136/2021 issued on March 18 2022 Official Gazette issues Nos 133-136/2021, issued on March 18, 2022
VN participates in building a global treaty to reduce plastic pollution VN participates in building a global treaty to reduce plastic pollution
Nguyen Que Lam, Deputy Director of the Vietnam Administration of Seas and Islands, under the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, speaks to Tài Nguyên Môi Trường (Natural Resources and Environment) online newspaper about the participation of Vietnam in the global treaty to reduce plastic pollution, on the occasion of the fifth session of the United Nations Environment Assembly that took place on February 28.
Sustainably developing Vietnams marine economy Sustainably developing Vietnam’s marine economy
In order to materialize the goal of making Vietnam a strong marine nation, a renewed and breakthrough way of thinking is required to swim with the common global trend of sustainable development and harmony between marine development and conservation, aiming to address such issues as transnational environmental pollution and climate change…, with the building of a blue economy as the foundation. Blue economy, albeit having been discussed in Vietnam for a while, remains a rather new concept in terms of both content and approach, especially the assessment of the current situation and potential for development of such economy in the country.
Govt. proceeds with economic development national competitiveness improvement solutions Govt. proceeds with economic development, national competitiveness improvement solutions
Right on the first day of the year, the Government adopted two resolutions, coded 01/NQ-CP and 02/NQ-CP, on major tasks and solutions for implementation of the 2021 socio-economic development plan and improvement of the business environment and national competitiveness.
Official Gazette issues Nos 33-36/2020 available on July 06 2020 Official Gazette issues Nos 33-36/2020, available on July 06, 2020
Nation to free tourist areas from plastic wastes Nation to free tourist areas from plastic wastes
Vietnam’s plastic waste discharged into the sea will be reduced by 75 percent by 2030. At the same time, the use of disposable plastic products in coastal tourist attractions and resorts as well as the disposal of used fishing nets into the sea will be totally stopped by that year.
Significant values of UNCLOS to Vietnams maritime strategy Significant values of UNCLOS to Vietnam’s maritime strategy
November 16, 2019, is the 25th anniversary of the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS). The Convention is one of the most important achievements of international law and the United Nations in the 20th century and continues to assert its role as the “Constitution of the seas and oceans” in the 21st century.

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