Vietnam, Us, Kamala Harris

Vietnam, Us

US vice-president Kamal Harris confirms her visit to Vietnam

It's official.

2/8/2021 6:35:00 PM

It's official.

US Vice President Kamala Harris will visit Vietnam and Singapore, the White House has confirmed the trip on Tuesday.

Sanders said Washington has a"top priority to rebuild our global partnerships and keep our nation secure, and this upcoming visit continues that work -- deepening our engagement in South-East Asia."During the trip, the Vice President will engage the leaders of both governments on issues of mutual interest, including regional security, the global response to the COVID-19 pandemic, climate change, and joint efforts to promote a rules-based international order, she added. - Bernama

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Unimap becomes first public university to conduct research on hemp cultivation

ARAU (Bernama) - Universiti Malaysia Perlis (Unimap) has become the first public university in the country to conduct research on hemp (a member of the cannabis sativa plant) as an agricultural product with the potential of being economically developed in the future.

Wow what a headline. It's official. Firstly, her name is Kamala Harris and do I really care? It's Vietnam not Malaysia. Aiyoo. It's Kamala Harris, not Kamal

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