A national flag presented to a fisherman

The ship owners and captains were provided with basic contents of the Binh Thuan Provincial Party Committee’s Directive No.30 on avoiding and preventing encroachment on foreign waters, the Governmental Decree No. 71 on the operation of people and vehicles along the maritime boundary and how to make a list of caught sea products. 

Also at the event, the organizers presented 50 national flags and 50 life-jackets to the ship owners and captains.

After that, the participants joined hands to collect waste, clean up the beach in the B residential area of Thanh Hai ward and around the Phu Hai fishing port.

This significant activity was in response to the “Vietnam Seas and Islands” week and the “Clean up the sea” campaign, contributing to raising local fishermen’s awareness of law enforcement while fishing at sea and of sea environmental protection.

Troops of Battalion 4 cleaning up local environment

The same day, nearly 200 cadres and cadets of Battalion 4 under the Logistics Academy and veterans of Ngoc Thuy ward, Long Bien district, Hanoi, cleaned up local public facilities, creating an environmentally-friendly living space and raising the public’s awareness of environmental protection.

The activity was in response to an action month for environment, the World Environment Day (June 5), the World Ocean Day (June 8), the 2018 Vietnam Seas and Islands Week.

Translated by Mai Huong