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Vietnam joins countries to cope with oil spills

VNA 14/08/2009 - The Prime Minister has ratified a plan to implement a joint statement and a framework programme between Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand on oil spill response in the Gulf of Thailand for the 2009-2015 period.

The plan aims to build a better sea environment and resource management system, train human resources, and assess the risks involved in oil spill prevention, preparedness and response within Vietnam’s waters.

Under the plan, Vietnam will also work with Cambodia , Thailand and related individuals and organisations to cope with and clean up oil spills in the Gulf of Thailand to mitigate environmental pollution in conformity with the regulations defined in the joint statement and the framework programme.

The plan will cover five missions relating to oil spill preparedness and response jointly implemented by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, the Ministry of Transport, the National Committee for Search and Rescue and the Vietnam Oil and Gas Group (PetroVietnam)./.

 
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