Phu Yen asked to thoroughly understand importance of East Sea
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According to VNA, the Foreign Ministry, in collaboration with the People’s Committee of central Phu Yen province, on May 27 organized a conference providing information on external affairs and the situation in the East Sea in the provincial capital of Tuy Hoa.
Deputy Foreign Minister Le Hoai Trung, who is head of the National Border Committee, informed participants of the regional and global situation, recent achievements in external affairs, and the existing situation in the East Sea.
In changing regional and global circumstances, Vietnam maintains a peaceful environment to develop and build good relations with other countries, firmly safeguards its sovereignty and territorial integrity, and consolidates its international position, Trung said.
With recent complex developments in the East Sea, Vietnam remains determined to resolve disputes by peaceful means and in accordance with international law, the Deputy Foreign Minister stated.
He asked Phu Yen to thoroughly understand the importance of the East Sea as well as Vietnam’s rights and interests in this water.
The province should carry out measures to prevent illegal fishing, strictly manage fishing vessels to avoid violations in foreign waters, and develop the marine-based economy, as well as attract more tourists.
Recently, Google Maps has displayed false information about Phu Lam beach in Phu Yen province.
The misinformation was reported by some press agencies on April 17. Afterwards, the provincial People's Committee sent a request to the Ministry of Information and Communications to handle the issue, said Deputy Chief of the provincial People's Committee’s Office Vo Ngoc Chau at a press meeting on May 6.
After receiving the information from the provincial People's Committee, the ministry's Department of Radio, Television and Electronic Information requested Google Maps to remove the wrongful information.
As a result, it had deleted the wrong phrase of "Phu Lam Golden, sandy South China sea beach" at the location of Phu Lam beach, Phu Dong ward, Tuy Hoa city./.
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