Read what is in the news today:
— Approximately 800 Vietnamese citizens have been evacuated from Ukraine to Romania to avoid the ongoing armed conflict between Russia and Ukraine, according to the Vietnam News Agency.
— Vietnam will arrange the first two flights this week to bring home over 550 citizens from Ukraine.
— Border guards in the Mekong Delta province of An Giang caught a 24-year-old man illegally entering Vietnam from Cambodia on Saturday with a military gun containing five bullets and bags of suspected meth weighing a total of two kilograms.
— Police in northern Tuyen Quang Province said on Sunday that they were investigating a case where a 37-year-old local man killed his six-year-old son with a knife and tried to murder his 38-year-old wife before surrendering to police officers.
— Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh on Sunday stressed the need for Mekong Delta provinces and centrally-run cities to create breakthrough changes in the mindset and develop a strategic vision in agricultural development.
— The Ministry of Industry and Trade has asked provinces and centrally-run cities to review wind, solar, and hydropower projects included in the national planning scheme for electricity development for 2011-20 with a vision toward 2030, according to the Vietnam News Agency.
— “Mexico’s soccer league on Sunday said it would suspend upcoming matches at a stadium in the central city of Queretaro where violent clashes left two dozen people injured and restrict visiting fans from attending away games,” Reuters reported.
— New Vaccinated Travel Lanes involving Malaysia, Thailand, and Cambodia will begin on March 15 as part of joint efforts to reopen international borders, the Vietnam News Agency quoted Malaysian Transport Minister Wee Ka Siong as saying.