Exhibition on Vietnam's sovereignty over Hoang Sa and Truong Sa ongoing in Da Nang
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Speaking at the event, Deputy Director of the Grassroots Information Department at the Ministry of Information and Communications Tran Thi Quoc Hien said the exhibition aims to popularize Vietnam’s sovereignty over Hoang Sa (Paracel) and Truong Sa (Spratly) archipelagos via photos, materials, maps and documents, thus raising the responsibility of the public, especially young people, for safeguarding the country’s sovereignty over its seas and islands, Vietnam News Agency reported.
Of note, several documents of high legal value such as ancient maps and royal records from Vietnam and Western countries were digitalized, enabling visitors to discover them online and at their leisure.
|Da Nang students view valuable documents on display at the exhibition Photo: Danang Today|
As part of the three-day event, lecturers and students at Da Nang University will interact with experts on the issue of Bien Dong Sea (South China Sea) to learn more about Vietnam’s sovereignty over the two archipelagos.
|Photo: Nhan Dan|
Lt. Gen. Nguyen Thanh Tuan (R), Former Director of Popularisation and Training Division under the General Department of Politics (Ministry of National Defense) talks with students from Da Nang University about Vietnam's sovereignty over two archipelagos of Hoang Sa and Truong Sa. Photo: Bao Cong Thuong
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All activities in Vietnam’s Hoang Sa (Paracel) and Truong Sa (Spratly) without its permission violate the country’s sovereignty over the two archipelagoes.