Social News 30/12

More vulnerable groups supported in 2018

Over 120,000 tonnes of rice sent as relief to needy localities, Object found offshore Phu Yen identified as training torpedo, Hanoi: Poverty rate down to 1.16 percent in 2018, HCMC urges removal of obstacles to restart massive anti-flooding project

Rice support is provided for disadvantaged people in Thuan Nam district, the south central province of Ninh Thuan 


More vulnerable groups have been supported in 2018, benefitting from the Party and Sate’s preferential policies.

According to statistics of the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs, 1.3 million people nationwide received regular social allowances and 11.8 million others were entitled to health insurance in the year. 

More than 59,500 national revolutionary contributors and their family members received education and training support.

As of August 2018, the country supported over 178,120 households to build and upgrade their houses. 

This year, the country searched for remains of fallen soldiers, finding 1,772 and identifying 161 cases that lacked information.

The rate of poor households nationwide was reduced by 5.35 percent (down 1.35 percent compared to the previous year) thanks to localities’ attention to poverty reduction, support policies on health care, education, credit, agriculture and forestry expansion.

The country offered monthly social allowances and health insurance cards for over 2.8 million people, including 42,434 orphans, over 1.6 million elderly, over 1 million disabled, and nearly 4,400 HIV/AIDS infected people.

A dozen of localities were able to balance their budgets to increase the provision of social allowances, namely Ha Giang, Quang Ninh, Hanoi, Da Nang, Binh Duong, Dong Nai, Ho Chi Minh City, Khanh Hoa, Ba Ria – Vung Tau, and Vinh Phuc.

For emergency subsidies, the country has witnessed 14 types of natural disasters from the beginning of this year with total damage estimated at over 6.3 trillion VND (271 million USD). The Prime Minister has decided to provide 701,445 tonnes of rice for 4,417 households in Bac Kan, Binh Dinh and Lai Chau, along with the nearly 12 million tonnes on the occasion of traditional Lunar New Year for 796,425 needy people across 18 provinces. 

Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam, head of the central steering committee on implementing the Government’s Resolution No.70/NQ-CP on social welfare policies, suggested mobilising the participation of the community and businesses in the field.

He added that the implementation of sustainable poverty reduction programmes should focus on socio-economic development in ethnic minority, mountainous, border and island areas.

The Government official also recommended creating equal opportunities and providing necessary support for women, children and vulnerable people in the spirit of leaving no one behind.

Binh Phuoc hosts international youth exchange

Over 120,000 tonnes of rice sent as relief to needy localities, Object found offshore Phu Yen identified as training torpedo, Hanoi: Poverty rate down to 1.16 percent in 2018, HCMC urges removal of obstacles to restart massive anti-flooding project

Participants of the programme pose for a group photo (Source: baobinhphuoc.com.vn)

An international youth exchange programme is underway in the southern province of Binh Phuoc from December 23 to January 2, 2019.

The programme is jointly held by the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union (HCYU) - Binh Phuoc chapter and Bamboo Builders of Singapore. It draws the participation of students from Chu Van An High School in Binh Phuoc’s Chon Thanh district and those from India, Singapore and Malaysia who are studying at the Singapore Management University.

The exchange offers a chance for participants to meet and learn the diverse cultures of ASEAN nations, as well as sharpen language skills and those needed for international integration. It is also hoped to promote Binh Phuoc’s image to foreign students.

Participants of the programme will visit the province’s historical and cultural relics, along with outstanding business models of local youngsters. Various lessons on soft skills, including time management, leadership and presentation, will be presented during the event.

HCM City launches blood donation campaign ahead of Tet

Over 120,000 tonnes of rice sent as relief to needy localities, Object found offshore Phu Yen identified as training torpedo, Hanoi: Poverty rate down to 1.16 percent in 2018, HCMC urges removal of obstacles to restart massive anti-flooding project

People go to blood donation event 


Ho Chi Minh City on December 28 launched a voluntary blood donation campaign and Xuan Hong (Red Spring) Festival of 2019, amidst a shortage in blood reserve for the upcoming Lunar New Year (Tet) festival. 

According to Director of the City Blood Transfusion and Haematology Hospital Phu Chi Dung, the city is in need of about 32,000 blood packs as stock for Tet.

Doctor Dung said that the hospital’s blood bank supplies blood to over 100 hospitals in the city, providing about 600-800 packs to local health care facilities each day. 

The demand for blood in the city has increased by 10-20 percent every year. In 2018, 230,000 blood packs were used. The demand in 2019 is estimated at 260,000 packs.

However, currently, the bank is keeping only 3,000 packs and needs another 32,000 packs from now to Tet, which is only about five weeks away.

Tran Truong Son, President of the Ho Chi Minh City Red Cross, said that the campaign, which will last until March 10, targets 52,000 blood packs (each pack containing 250-450ml) in the context of a high risk of blood shortage for the nine-day Tet holiday.

Along with calling for the community to donate blood, the campaign will encourage the involvement of 2,500 students and youngsters, as well as 2,000 local officials and workers.

Following the launching ceremony, the city organised four blood collecting posts, each is hoped to receive 100-130 blood packs on the day alone.

Greetings from Front on Hoa Hao Buddhism sect anniversary

Over 120,000 tonnes of rice sent as relief to needy localities, Object found offshore Phu Yen identified as training torpedo, Hanoi: Poverty rate down to 1.16 percent in 2018, HCMC urges removal of obstacles to restart massive anti-flooding project

Chairman of the An Giang southern provincial chapter of the Vietnam Fatherland Front (VFF) Nguyen Tiec Hung visited and extended greetings to the Central Executive Board of Hoa Hao Buddhist Sangha in the locality on December 28, on the occasion of the 99th birth anniversary of the Hoa Hao Buddhism sect founder, Prophet Huynh Phu So. 

Hung briefed board members of the local socio-economic development this year, and hailed active contributions of Hoa Hao Buddhist followers, especially in social and charity activities such as building houses and presenting notebooks, bicycles and insurance to the poor; providing meals for hospitals and schools; and joining in environment protection and climate change response. 

He wished the board, dignitaries and followers would continue the tradition of great national unity, apply technological advances in production, actively join campaigns launched by the VFF such as “All people stay united to build new-style rural areas and civilised urban areas”, and the “Vietnamese people prioritise Vietnamese goods”. 

Hung hoped that they will also join in environment protection and climate change response, contribute to food safety and hygiene as well as traffic safety, and step up social welfare services, towards successfully accomplishing socio-economic development tasks for 2019 and the following years. 

Nguyen Tan Dat, head of the board, pledged to instruct followers to abide by the Party and State’s policies and guidelines, contributing to the local socio-economic development.

Hanoi ensures traffic safety during New Year holiday

Over 120,000 tonnes of rice sent as relief to needy localities, Object found offshore Phu Yen identified as training torpedo, Hanoi: Poverty rate down to 1.16 percent in 2018, HCMC urges removal of obstacles to restart massive anti-flooding project

Hanoi's traffic police will closely coordinate with functional units to arrange traffic so as to ensure traffic safety during New Year holiday.


Through traffic controlling and patrolling, the traffic police also actively cooperate with functional units to detect, prevent in time and strictly handle cases of causing public disorder and illegal racing.

The police have asked the units to actively implement effective plans to ensure traffic safety and social order on road, rail and waterway. 

Traffic police and local police will focus on handling infractions such as over-speeding, running lane, overcrowding, among others.

Currently, the Traffic Police Department has established 24 working groups to strengthen inspection and handle motorbike drivers without wearing helmets.

Senior Lieutenant Colonel Duong Duc Hai, head of the Traffic Police Department, Hanoi Police said that in addition to strengthening the handling of violations, the Police Department requested units to tighten discipline, uphold the sense of working and ensure prevention work.

Colonel Nguyen Van Vien, deputy director of the Hanoi Police Department, asked the Traffic Police Department to coordinate closely with functional units to arrange traffic distribution and regulation plans.

Through traffic controlling and patrolling, the traffic police also actively cooperate with functional units to detect, prevent in time and strictly handle cases of causing public disorder and illegal racing.

Besides, the traffic police struggle effectively with all kinds of crimes and social evils on traffic routes, especially the crime of smuggling which tends to be complicated in the end of the year, handling serious violations of traffic which is the direct cause of congestion.

However, in order to minimize traffic accidents and congestion, especially in holidays, each traffic participant must also raise awareness in the observance of traffic rules.

HCMC urges removal of obstacles to restart massive anti-flooding project

Over 120,000 tonnes of rice sent as relief to needy localities, Object found offshore Phu Yen identified as training torpedo, Hanoi: Poverty rate down to 1.16 percent in 2018, HCMC urges removal of obstacles to restart massive anti-flooding project

Muong Chuoi floodgate is an important part of the flood control project 
HCMC Vice Chairman Tran Vinh Tuyen has appointed relevant agencies to quickly remove bottlenecks in order to resume work on the VND10-trillion flood-control project, Thanh Nien newspaper reported.

At a meeting between the HCMC government, the HCMC Steering Center of the Urban Flood Control Program and some units on December 28, the vice chairman assigned the center to monitor and then confirm the completion of workload on the project so that loan disbursements can continue following their suspension. The decision will assist in reinstituting work on the project to ensure its completion as soon as possible.

Further, the center was required to seek fund disbursements for site clearance and warnings service system to ensure traffic security, and report the result of its tasks to the municipal government.

Tuyen, however, noted that the confirmation will only be provided when works have been executed with sufficient paperwork and procedures, which is aimed at assisting with loan disbursements.

In addition, as the project fell behind schedule to be completed in June 2019, the city’s government will send a report to the Prime Minister on the needed extension of time and capital reallocation for the project, based upon the renewed pace of construction.

Besides this, the HCMC Department of Agriculture and Rural Development was asked to collaborate with the State Council for Acceptance of Construction Projects, relevant departments and agencies, and project investor Trung Nam Group, to supervise and check implementation of the acceptance of works and remove barriers and difficulties, in terms of legal procedures.

Also, Tuyen arranged a working meeting with Trung Nam Group and Bank for Investment and Development of Vietnam to address bottlenecks for resuming the project. The group will meet no later than January 10.

Da Lat fashion show features local silk and brocade products


A fashion show featuring Da Lat city’s best and most renowned silk and brocade products has been held in the Central Highlands city as part of activities to mark its 125th founding anniversary.

The fashion show features designs made from traditional local materials including B?o L?c silk and Lâm Ð?ng brocade.

50 models from Hà N?i and H? Chí Minh City, along with local models and 40 students from Ðà L?t gathered to walk the runway.

Ten silk workshops and 11 Vietnamese designers will participate in the show. They have introduced the latest designs on Bao Loc silk and broadcade by K’Ho and Chau Ma people, two ethnic groups residing mainly in Lam Dong province.

Bao Loc city, Lam Dong province is aiming to turn sericulture into a spearhead industry, and provide jobs for thousands of workers in the locality. With high quality silk products, they are qualified for exports, making the name for Bao Loc silk in the international arena.

Hanoi: Poverty rate down to 1.16 percent in 2018

Over 120,000 tonnes of rice sent as relief to needy localities, Object found offshore Phu Yen identified as training torpedo, Hanoi: Poverty rate down to 1.16 percent in 2018, HCMC urges removal of obstacles to restart massive anti-flooding project

Some 12,000 households in Hanoi escaped poverty this year, bringing the local poverty rate down to 1.16 percent, a goal achieved two years ahead of schedule, heard a conference on December 26.

The event was held by the municipal Department of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs to review its performance in 2018 and plan for tasks in 2019 in the presence of Deputy Minister of Labour, Invalids and Social Affair Doan Mau Diep and Vice Chairman of the Hanoi People’s Committee Ngo Van Quy.

The city’s success in poverty reduction was largely attributed to its efforts to expand vocational education.

This year, Hanoi has provided support in vocational training and introduced employment opportunities for more than 190,000 people, up 25.1 percent from 2017.

The capital has also financially assisted 4,166 impoverished households to build and repair their houses and given them easier access to soft loans to start or expand their businesses.

The unemployment rate in the city dropped to 1.91 percent and the number of trained workers accounted for 63.15 percent of the local workforce.

In 2019, the Department of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs aims to provide vocational training for 205,000 people and introduce jobs to 154,000 people in Hanoi. It also plans to reduce the poverty rate by 0.3 percent and ensure all policy beneficiary families have a living standard equal to the average of their residential areas.

In addition, it will continue to protect children, foster gender equality and prevent social evils.

Vice Chairman of the Hanoi People’s Committee Ngo Van Quy urged the department to effectively mobilise all possible resources for poverty elimination and expand sustainable poverty reduction models. 

The department must also improve the quality of vocational training courses and keep them relevant to the needs of businesses and the market, Quy said.

He also emphasised the need for the department to adopt effective and comprehensive solutions for child care and protection as well as to prevent occupational accidents.

Object found offshore Phu Yen identified as training torpedo

Over 120,000 tonnes of rice sent as relief to needy localities, Object found offshore Phu Yen identified as training torpedo, Hanoi: Poverty rate down to 1.16 percent in 2018, HCMC urges removal of obstacles to restart massive anti-flooding project

The floating object found four nautical miles off the coast of Phu Yen province is a training torpedo launched by a foreign navy.


The floating object found four nautical miles off the coast of Phu Yen province was a training torpedo launched by a foreign navy, according to the Ministry of National Defence.

There have been mixed opinions on the Internet about the “unfamiliar object” but “the truth is it is only a torpedo used in training from a foreign country,” said the ministry’s spokesperson Major General Nguyen Van Duc in response to a related question at a press conference on December 27.

It is normal for an object drifting from faraway international waters to near-shore waters, noted Duc who is also head of the Department of Propaganda and Training under the General Political Department of the Vietnam People’s Army.

He added that a training torpedo is completely different from a war-shot one in terms of the materials and colour. Those from militia forces can easily see the difference between a weapon used for training and the real one, he said.

The torpedo, measuring 6.8 metres long and 54 centimetres in diameter, was discovered by a local fisherman, Tran Minh Thanh, off the coast of An Hai commune, Tuy An district in the south central province of Phu Yen on December 18.

With the help of Thanh, it was towed ashore safely by local border guard officers the following day and then transferred to the High Command of the Navy Zone 4 for examination. 

Over 120,000 tonnes of rice sent as relief to needy localities

Over 120,000 tonnes of rice sent as relief to needy localities, Object found offshore Phu Yen identified as training torpedo, Hanoi: Poverty rate down to 1.16 percent in 2018, HCMC urges removal of obstacles to restart massive anti-flooding project

The General Department of State Reserve under the Ministry of Finance has provided 120,428 tonnes of rice worth about 1.18 trillion VND (50.74 million USD) to needy people in localities nationwide throughout 2018.

Speaking at a press briefing on December 27, Vice Director Le Van Thoi said that the authority has received requests for rice relief aid for the upcoming Lunar New Year (Tet) festival from the northern mountainous province of Yen Bai (380 tonnes for 25,354 people), the central province of Nghe An (1,264 tonnes for 84,324 people), and the south-central province of Ninh Thuan (979 tonnes for 53,152 people).

According to Thoi, each year, about 16 provinces send in requests for rice to help locals ahead of Tet and in between-crop period. The total requested volume is about 12,000 tonnes for about 1 million people.

He said that rice of the national reserve is always available in all localities and will reach the needy within three days after the Prime Minister issues the decision.

Meanwhile, he reported that about 302.35 billion VND (13 million USD) worth of various kinds of materials and equipment has been provided to localities in 2018.

Seminar recalls victory of southwest border defence war, genocide

Over 120,000 tonnes of rice sent as relief to needy localities, Object found offshore Phu Yen identified as training torpedo, Hanoi: Poverty rate down to 1.16 percent in 2018, HCMC urges removal of obstacles to restart massive anti-flooding project

A scientific seminar marking the 40th anniversary of the victory of the southwest border defence war and the joint victory of Vietnam and Cambodia over the genocidal regime (January 7) took place in the southern province of An Giang on December 28.

The event attracted nearly 90 reports by leaders, military scientists and witnesses during the war. 

Speaking at the event, Deputy Defence Minister Sen. Lieut. Gen Le Chiem said when Vietnam was pooling resources for national development following the liberation victory on April 30, 1975, Cambodia’s Pol Pot - Ieng Sary regime backed by external forces launched a border war while beginning the brutal genocidal policy against Cambodian people. 

Only within four years, the regime killed nearly 3 million Cambodians, destroyed almost social infrastructure and pushed Khmer nation to the brink of genocide. 

In Vietnam, the Pol Pot - Ieng Sary regime distorted its history, incited national hatred, deployed tens of army divisions and regiments to destroy villages and kill residents, even the elderly, women and children, seriously violating Vietnam’s independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity. 

In face of such invasion, Vietnam together with the Cambodian United Front for National Salvation launched counter-attacks and toppled the regime on January 7, 1979. 

Deputy Director of the General Political Department under the Vietnam People’s Army Nguyen Trong Nghia highlighted the significance of the victory of the southwest border defence war, saying that it not only protected the territorial integrity but also saved Cambodian people from genocide, creating conditions to restore friendship and solidarity between the two countries’ Parties and people. 

Director of the Military History Institute of Vietnam Nguyen Hoang Nhien said January 7, 1979 has become a historical milestone of transparent and loyal solidarity and special friendship between Vietnam and Cambodia, especially in times of difficulty. 

Co-organised by the Defence Ministry and the Party Central Committee’s Information and Education Commission, the event featured the role and historic significance of the victory of the border defence war and fighting alliance between the Vietnamese and Cambodian armies and people, contributing to strengthening bilateral cooperation in national defence-security, stepping up regional and global integration in the new period.

Photo exhibition marks 320-year growth of Sai Gon-Ho Chi Minh City

Over 120,000 tonnes of rice sent as relief to needy localities, Object found offshore Phu Yen identified as training torpedo, Hanoi: Poverty rate down to 1.16 percent in 2018, HCMC urges removal of obstacles to restart massive anti-flooding project

Scene at the event 


A photo exhibition on 320 years of Sai Gon – Ho Chi Minh City development opened at the city’s Nguyen Hue pedestrian street on December 28.

Featuring 200 photos, the event introduces the journey during which the city has evolved from reclaimed land into the southern economic-cultural hub of Vietnam. The land, named Sai Gon during the French colonial era, was officially renamed Ho Chi Minh City after revolutionary leader Ho Chi Minh (1890-1969) in 1976.

The exhibition lasts until January 8 next year.

On the occasion of the 320th anniversary, another photo exhibition, which compares architectural features, street corners, roads and bridges of the ancient Sai Gon and of today Ho Chi Minh City, is taking place along Dong Khoi street.

At the 12th session of the HCM City People’s Council on December 4, Secretary of the municipal Party Committee Nguyen Thien Nhan said the southern hub has maintained its role as a driving force of the country with economic growth of 8.3 percent, state budget collection hitting over 369.62 trillion VND (15.93 billion USD) and revenues from the economic sector rising 15.02 percent year on year. 

Meanwhile, total social investment has made up 35 percent of the gross regional domestic product (GRDP) and the flow of foreign investment has hit 7.07 billion USD, he said.

Early next year, the city will start several projects to turn itself into a smart city by 2025.

Vietnam’s golf tourism promoted in India

Over 120,000 tonnes of rice sent as relief to needy localities, Object found offshore Phu Yen identified as training torpedo, Hanoi: Poverty rate down to 1.16 percent in 2018, HCMC urges removal of obstacles to restart massive anti-flooding project

Opening ceremony of golf tourney 


The Vietnamese Embassy in India on December 28 held a golf tourney at the Delhi Golf Club’s course to promote the image of Vietnam in general and the country’s golf tourism in particular.

The event gathered 50 golfers, who are politicians, ambassadors of ASEAN member states, Indian friends, and the Vietnamese embassy staff.

In his opening remarks, Vietnamese Ambassador Pham Sanh Chau said that the tourney aimed to promote Vietnam as a destination for golfers, thus helping introduce Vietnamese land and people to golfers and Indian friends.

The embassy will invest in organising the tourney annually to have pervasive effects, as many Indian people and even politicians in the country’s states do not know much about Vietnam, and its golf tourism, he added

At the awarding ceremony, golfers had a chance to taste Vietnam’s traditional dishes such as pho (Vietnamese signature noodle soup) and nem (spring rolls). The prizes mainly included the country’s specialties like coffee, tea and conical hat. 

The tourney was also expected to promote Vietnam’s cuisine and culture and seek opportunities to boost trade and investment in the country.

Seminar calls for OV investment in north central region

A seminar calling for overseas Vietnamese investment in the north central region took place in Vinh city, the central province of Nghe An on December 29. 

The event attracted representatives from the State Committee for Overseas Vietnamese Affairs, the central provinces of Nghe An, Ha Tinh, Thanh Hoa, Quang Binh, scientists, intellectuals and businesspeople from countries worldwide. 

They discussed transportation infrastructure, seaports, customs, logistics and business opportunities along the east-west corridor or the strategic economic service corridor. 

The corridor runs from the Lao provinces of Khammouane, Bolikhamsay, Xiangkhouang and Houaphan to the Vietnamese central provinces of Quang Binh, Ha Tinh, Nghe An and Thanh Hoa, which is also expected to save time for goods transportation. 

With advantages in geographical distance, deep-water seaports, and logistics services, the corridor will promote regional connectivity, help Laos and Vietnam bring mineral resources to the sea at the lowest cost, as well as help Laos and the northeast of Thailand import machinery, equipment and chemicals for mineral exploitation. 

Nguyen Ngoc My, Vice Chairman of the Business Association of Overseas Vietnamese (BAOOV), said the corridor now boasts Nghi Son port in Thanh Hoa, Cua Lo port in Nghe An, Son Duong port in Ha Tinh and Hon La port in Quang Binh. 

Nguyen Van Nam, Deputy Director of the Nghe An provincial Centre for Investment Promotion, said the locality is seeking high-quality logistics businesses that offer competitive prices, thus meeting investors’ demand in industrial zones. 

Chairman of the Ha Tinh provincial Association of Science, Technology and Economy Ngo Duc Huy suggested launching training courses and offering preferential loans to logistics firms, modernising customs system, and ensuring transparency in legal regulations on logistics services. 

Proposing a logistics development strategy for the corridor between Laos and seaports in the north central region, Associate Professor Thai Van Vinh from the School of Business, IT and Logistics of the Australia’s RMIT University called for upgrading roads linking seaports and border gates in public-private partnership model, as well as cargo handling equipment in Nghi Son, Cua Lo and Vung Ang seaports, building a railway connecting border gates and seaports, developing a logistics portal based on Internet-of-Things technology, among others. 

Concluding the event, head of the BAOOV’s north central chapter Nguyen Cong Chinh pledged to suggest the government offer incentives to the private sector in projects, launch training courses on logistics and supply chain at a regional university and vocational college, establish working groups between north central provinces, and between each Vietnamese and Lao province to reach consensus on logistics ecosystem development strategy for the corridor. 

At the event, cooperation agreements between the BAOOV’s north central chapter and business associations of Nghe An and Ha Tinh in Ho Chi Minh City, and a memorandum of understanding on OV’s investment in Gia Lach industrial zone in Nghi Xuan district, Ha Tinh province were signed.

Vietnam Esperanto Association targets young member development in new tenure

Over 120,000 tonnes of rice sent as relief to needy localities, Object found offshore Phu Yen identified as training torpedo, Hanoi: Poverty rate down to 1.16 percent in 2018, HCMC urges removal of obstacles to restart massive anti-flooding project

The Vietnam Esperanto Association (VEA) will strive to attract more young members during the 2018-2023 tenure, heard the sixth Vietnam Esperanto Congress in Hanoi on December 28.

In the period, the association will open more Esperanto classes at universities, especially the Vietnam National University, Hanoi.

It will also prepare to successfully organise the ninth Asia-Pacific Congress of Esperanto from April 29-May 3, 2019, in the central city of Da Nang, thus creating favourable conditions to develop the association and promote the image of the central city in particular and the country in general to international friends.

At the event, Nguyen Van Loi was re-elected President of the VEA for the 2018-2023 tenure.

Deputy head of the multilateral work department under the Vietnam Union of Friendship Organisations (VUFO) Dong Huy Cuong said that in 2019, VUFO will coordinate closely with the VEA in its activities, particularly the organisation of the ninth Asia-Pacific Congress of Esperanto.

He granted the VUFO’s “For Peace and Friendship among Nations” insignia and certificate of merits to outstanding individuals and collectives for their contributions to the association’s operations in the 2013-2018 tenure.

Established on December 9, 1956, the VEA currently has about 200 members.


Over 120,000 tonnes of rice sent as relief to needy localities, Object found offshore Phu Yen identified as training torpedo, Hanoi: Poverty rate down to 1.16 percent in 2018, HCMC urges removal of obstacles to restart massive anti-flooding project
 
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