Samstag, 21. Dezember 2013

Vietnam: 28. Diplomatische Konferenz

(MOFA-19/12/2013)- Sáng ngày 19/12/2013, tại Hà Nội, Hội nghị Ngoại giao lần thứ 28 tiếp tục chương trình làm việc với phiên họp về chủ đề “Ngoại giao góp phần thực hiện thắng lợi nhiệm vụ bảo vệ Tổ quốc”. Chủ tịch nước Trương Tấn Sang đã đến dự và phát biểu chỉ đạo. Tham gia phiên họp có Phó Thủ tướng, Bộ trưởng Ngoại giao Phạm Bình Minh, các đồng chí Lãnh đạo và nguyên Lãnh đạo Bộ Ngoại giao, các đồng chí Đại sứ, Trưởng Cơ quan đại diện Việt Nam ở nước ngoài, thủ trưởng một số đơn vị chức năng thuộc Bộ Ngoại giao.

Mittwoch, 11. Dezember 2013

The Network of Vietnamese Bloggers

Viel heisse Luft fűr nichts. Dieser Network hat die Bloggers nicht zusammengefűhrt.
To promote and protect human rights, including fundamental freedoms, democracy and dignity, we hereby announce the establishment of the Network of Vietnamese Bloggers. Human rights promotion and protection will remain our aim as long as there are widespread human rights violations in Vietnam. 

Our core values are transparency, community spirit, democracy, pluralism, and inclusiveness. The network is and will remain non-partisan and non-profit. 

The Network of Vietnamese Bloggers believes that the promotion of fundamental freedom is the prerequisite for the promotion of human rights. Every Vietnamese person must have the right to decide how to live his or her life and contribute to the development of our nation. Everyone must have the right to freedom of opinion and expression, including freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media regardless of frontiers. Therefore, the Network of Vietnamese Bloggers, with all our capacity, shall commit itself to protecting people’s rights and freedoms from restrictions and censorship.

The Network of Vietnamese Bloggers believes that human rights are for the benefit of every person, as well as a prerequisite for progress of our society and a shared desire of all peoples. Human rights are universal, indivisible and interdependent; they must be for all. Consequently, the Network of Vietnamese Bloggers commits itself to protecting and promoting human rights in Vietnam and contributing to improving the respect for rights in our region and in the world. 

The Network of Vietnamese Bloggers believes that every Vietnamese person must be treated with 
respect and must be considered equal in their pursuit of happiness. Thus, the creation of a liberal democracy, where difference and diversity are not only respected but also encouraged as an impetus for social development, is what all of us should aim for and is what has become an urgent need in this era. 

The Network of Vietnamese Bloggers believes that human rights protection is the duty of everyone, 
not just a group of people, an organization or a government. We believe that it is the right and an obligation of every Vietnamese person to contribute to protecting the human rights, including fundamental freedoms and democracy and dignity of our country’s over ninety million people. The Network of Vietnamese Bloggers is an assembly of bloggers seeking to unite in our effort to fulfil this obligation. 

If you agree to the goals, core values and beliefs of the Network of Vietnamese Bloggers, you could 
consider yourself a member of the Network. You are welcome to come together with other members 
in talking about human rights inside and outside the country, raising public awareness about human rights, defending victims of human rights violations, empowering bloggers' capacities, and monitoring the human rights performance of the authorities. 

Let us join forces to overcome fear and raise the hope of change for a new Vietnam now and for generations to come; let us strive to promote and protect human rights, including fundamental freedoms, equality, and dignity for all Vietnamese people in order to help create a new future for Vietnam. 

December 10, 2013 

Dienstag, 10. Dezember 2013

Taiwanese authorities detect 229kg of heroin on a flight from Vietnam

Taiwanese authorities detect 229kg of heroin on a flight from Vietnam
Last update: 13:25 | 25/11/2013
VietNamNet Bridge – The huge amount of heroin was found in a 438kg batch of goods on a flight of China Airlines from HCM City.
229kg of heroin detected by the Taiwanese authorities. Photo: AFP.

The Taiwanese authorities on November 17 arrested seven suspects and seized 229kg worth $300 million, which was hidden in a cargo plane of China Airlines (Taiwan) which came from Vietnam.
Mr. Tran Cao Thuan, China Airlines representative in HCM City said that the airline received a transport order via email of the HCM City-based Korchina Logistics company at 10.05am on November 14.
This is a familiar client of China Airlines. The goods registered in the order is 12 speakers weighing 400kg and the sender is the Le Hoa Trade-Delivery Service Co., Ltd.
11am on November 15, the batch of 12 speakers was checked and delivered at the Tan Son Nhat Cargo Services in Tan Son Nhat Airport, HCM City. The goods were then put in a box coded AKE65814CI and moved into to plane with the supervision of the China Airlines staff.
This flight departed from Taipei, through Penang (Malaysia) and Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam). In Penang, goods were dropped and new goods were loaded into to plane and then the flight continued to HCM City.
At 6.40pm on November 16, the aircraft made transit at the Tan Son Nhat Airport. Goods from HCM City were loaded into the plane, including the 438kg batch of Korchina Logistics agent.
At 11pm, the plane left HCM City to Taipei. The plane landed at the Taoyuan International Airport at 3.20am on November 17. The batch was inspected by the Taiwanese authorities and police dogs found 229kg of heroin hidden in the speakers. Heroin pieces were covered by chocolate to avoid being detected by police dogs.
Shortly after the shipment was seized, the representative office of China Airlines in HCM City was informed of the incident. According to Thuan, China Airlines is associated with the customs and security agencies to investigate the incident.
According to the China Airlines representative, this is the biggest case of heroin transport in the firm’s history. Normally, the airlines only receives goods via agents, not from individual clients to ensure credibility. "Upon receipt of orders, we only know the name of products and the weight. Classification and inspection of goods are performed by the authorities," said Thuan.
A leader of the Vietnam General Department of Customs confirmed the case. The customs agency is working with security agencies of Vietnam and Taiwan in investigation but details are not disclosed.
X. Hai


    Police seize 230 kg of heroin off plane in major drug bust

    2013/11/17 16:44:27

    Taipei, Nov. 17 (CNA) Authorities seized 229 kilograms of heroin from a cargo plane at Taoyuan International Airport and made several arrests Sunday in the largest drug bust Taiwan has seen in the past two decades.

    Police and customs officials searched the plane after it landed at around 3:20 a.m., discovering 600 bricks of the drug worth an estimated NT$9 billion (US$304.6 million) hidden in audio equipment shipped from Vietnam.

    Seven suspects, including a man surnamed Weng who is believed to be the head of the operation and several warehouse workers, have been arrested.

    The find and arrests mark the end of a two-year investigation that involved law enforcement in Taipei, New Taipei, Taoyuan County and Kaohsiung along with customs agencies.

    Authorities reportedly conducted wiretaps on around 20 phone lines with court permission this month alone to crack the case.

    Justice Minister Luo Ying-shay lauded prosecutors and police for their hard work, noting that they had only made use of wiretapping when necessary as a "weapon to effectively strike against criminals."

    (By Huang Yi-han, Liu Chien-pang and Wesley Holzer)

    International Human Rights Day in Vietnam ( 2013)

    *2013 International Human Rights Day in Vietnam

    - Nguyen Tuan Anh "in action!" ( in gelbes T-shirt, Master of Public Administration aus San Jose/USA , Sohn von   Nguyen Minh Trietễn_Minh_Triết  )