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VIENTIANE (Vietnam News/ANN): Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Phạm Bình Minh had bilateral meetings with Chinese State CouncilLor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi and Lao Minister of Foreign Affairs Saleumxay Kommasith in Vientine on Wednesday (Feb 19).
VIENTIANE: China’s top diplomat arrived Wednesday in Laos for an emergency meeting with counterparts from South-East Asian countries, which have expressed alarm over a viral outbreak that started in China.
WHEN it comes to higher education, Australia is one of the foremost destinations that come to mind. Its reputation for academic excellence has firmly cemented it as a place for quality education that builds a strong foundation for a successful future.
DURING my two-week trip to Indonesia, I observed there was a serious discussion about ekonomi koronavirus (literally coronavirus economy). The debate was on the impact of the outbreak, particularly to Indonesia. Ironically, as of last Thursday, there was no case of the disease among its populace or reports of foreigners contacting the disease.
CAMBODIAN Prime Minister Hun Sen stood out in regional diplomacy this month as he became the first foreign leader to visit Beijing amid fears over the highly contagious and deadly coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak that is hitting Wuhan and other parts of China.
HANOI: Vietnam has denied permission to dock for two cruise ships amid fears of coronavirus infections on board, according to state media, ship tracking websites and messages posted to social media by passengers. Because of the virus, many cruises in South-East Asia are being cancelled while others currently sailing are being re-routed.
HANOI (Reuters) - Vietnam has denied two cruise ships permission to dock due to fears of coronavirus infections on board, Vietnamese state media and a cruise operator reported on Friday.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump said on Wednesday he did not mind Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte's decision to end a decades-old military agreement with the United States, a position at odds with that of his defense secretary who viewed the move with dismay.