Lao Morning News For July 20

Lao Morning News For July 20

Lao PDR morning newsGovt to Spend Millions US Dollar for Improving Loading Services of Vung Ang Port
Lao government will inject almost US$300 million in the improvement of the loading services at Vietnam’s Vung Ang Port from 3 million tonnes to 12 million tonnes.
Lao News Agency

Lao provinces organise HCMC investment conference
Three central Laos provinces, Savannakhet, Khammouane, and Bolikhamxay, sought investment in many sectors at a conference held in HCM City on Wednesday.
Viet Nam News

PM vows steadfast support for Lao growth
Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc pledged yesterday that Viet Nam would continue backing Laos’s nation-building efforts in the face of all difficulties.
Viet Nam News

NUoL promoting enrolments in French, agriculture, sport
The National University of Laos (NUoL) is reemphasising its existing policy to boost student numbers enrolling in the Faculty of Agriculture, Faculty of Letters and Faculty of Sports, Science and Physical Education.
Vientiane Times

Northern road cut by landslides
The road from Kasy district in Vientiane province to Nan district in Luang Prabang province is currently cut by numerous landslides following recent heavy rainfall, authorities have reported.
Vientiane Times

Lao Officials Exchange Lessons on Climate Change Adaptation in Vietnam
Government officials from Bolikhamxay, Bokeo, Khammouane and Vientiane Provinces visited Vietnam last week to learn about achievements and cooperation modalities of the highly successful Climate-Adapted Local Development & Innovation Project (CALDIP).
Lao News Agency

Vietnam, Laos should intensify ties in all areas
Vietnam Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong on Tuesday called for comprehensive deepening of ties between Vietnam and Laos in all areas, saying it would promote nation-building and security for both countries.
Vientiane Times

More Lao workers return home from Thailand
Many of an estimated 150,000 Lao labourers working in Thailand (both legally and illegally) have continued to return home after Thailand enforced regulations relating to employment of unregistered migrant workers.
Vientiane Times

Keep eyes open for rising rivers, residents of lowlands warned
The Meteorology and Hydrology Department of Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment is warning the level of the main rivers will continue to rise but should remain below risky or dangerous levels at most sites.
Vientiane Times

 

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