South China Sea Disputes Must Be Settled Through Diplomatic, Legal Processes: Spokesperson

South China Sea Disputes Must Be Settled Through Diplomatic, Legal Processes: Spokesperson

Vietnam’s stance on the settlement of disputes in the South China Sea (Bien Dong Sea) is clear and consistent, spokeswoman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Le Thi Thu Hang said on July 12.
Vietnam and Philippines Share Common Desire for Peace in Bien Dong Sea

Vietnam and Philippines Share Common Desire for Peace in Bien Dong Sea

Agreements signed between Vietnam and the Philippines contribute to maintaining a peaceful and stable environment at sea
Vietnam News Today (July 13): Hanoi Shuts Down Indoor Restaurants, Cafes, Barbershops Again

Vietnam News Today (July 13): Hanoi Shuts Down Indoor Restaurants, Cafes, Barbershops Again

Vietnam News Today (July 13): Vietnam affirms its consistent stance on PCA ruling on Bien Dong Sea; Hanoi shuts down indoor restaurants, cafes, barbershops again; HCM city puts into operation 1,000-bed Covid-19 resuscitation centre and Vietnam starts nationwide home quarantine program.
Japan, Canada, US Voice Against China's Rejection of PCA's 2016 Ruiling

Japan, Canada, US Voice Against China's Rejection of PCA's 2016 Ruiling

5 years after the 2016 Arbitral Tribunal’s award, countries continue to raise their voices against China's noncompliance with the ruling.
International Experts: China's 'Nine Dash Line' Has No Legal Basis

International Experts: China's 'Nine Dash Line' Has No Legal Basis

Experts and researchers further clarified the position and role of UNCLOS regarding settlement of the Bien Dong Sea disputes. They also reaffirmed the value of PCA's 2016 ruling.
South China Sea: Five Years Later, China Boosts Presence In Philippines’ Waters

South China Sea: Five Years Later, China Boosts Presence In Philippines’ Waters

Five years after an international tribunal in The Hague issued the ruling on the South China Sea (known as Bien Dong Sea in Vietnam), China’s presence in Philippines’ waters is only growing.
Spokeswoman: Illegal Exploration & Survey In Hoang Sa Violate Vietnam’s sovereignty

Spokeswoman: Illegal Exploration & Survey In Hoang Sa Violate Vietnam’s sovereignty

Spokeswoman of Vietnam's Ministry of Foreign Affairs has reaffirmed the country’s sovereignty and legitimate rights over Hoang Sa and Truong Sa archipelagoes while responding to reporters' questions in a recent press conference.
Netflix Removes Movie with Content Violating Vietnam's Sovereignty

Netflix Removes Movie with Content Violating Vietnam's Sovereignty

Netflix has removed the six-part series "Pine Gap" TV series which has images that violate Vietnam's sovereignty over the sea and islands.
South China Sea: Philippines pins hopes on new secret weapon – woman’s voice

South China Sea: Philippines pins hopes on new secret weapon – woman’s voice

The Philippines hopes that a female voice would be its new secret weapon to deter intruders in the South China Sea (known as Bien Dong Sea in Vietnam).
Vietnam calls for early completion of Code of Conduct in the Bien Dong Sea

Vietnam calls for early completion of Code of Conduct in the Bien Dong Sea

Vietnam Minister of National Defence raised maritime and South China Sea security issues during the 8th ASEAN Defence Ministers Meeting Plus.
Deploying world's largest energy station on Bien Dong Sea: What does China intend?

Deploying world's largest energy station on Bien Dong Sea: What does China intend?

An article by Tran Cong Truc, former Chief of the Government’s Border Committee, about China's "Deep Sea No.1" energy station deployed outside the Gulf of Tonkin.
South China Sea (Bien Dong Sea): Vietnam pledges to join efforts in DOC implementation

South China Sea (Bien Dong Sea): Vietnam pledges to join efforts in DOC implementation

Vietnam will continue to work with other ASEAN countries and China to fully and effectively implement the Declaration on the Conduct of Parties in the South China Sea (DOC) and build an effective and efficient Code of Conduct in the South China Sea (COC).
Malaysia says China conducts 'suspicious' air force activity over South China Sea

Malaysia says China conducts 'suspicious' air force activity over South China Sea

Malaysia’s move follows months of diplomatic protests by the Philippines over the presence of hundreds of Chinese fishing boats in its EEZ.
1982 UNCLOS a “Constitution” of the ocean

1982 UNCLOS a “Constitution” of the ocean

The 1982 UN Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) is a “Constitution” of the ocean, which has created a legal framework for the settlement of maritime challenges in the region, a Vietnamese official said.
Philippines protests China's 'illegal presence’ on South China Sea

Philippines protests China's 'illegal presence’ on South China Sea

The Philippines has protested China's continuing "illegal presence and activities" near an island in the South China Sea held by the Southeast Asian nation, the foreign ministry said on Saturday.
China warplanes "rain down thousands of munitions in South China Sea exercise", said China press

China warplanes "rain down thousands of munitions in South China Sea exercise", said China press

China's state-backed "Global Times" said on May 24 that the People's Liberation Army had conducted a live-fire exercise in the South China Sea.
Philippine Foreign Secretary: China's Coast Guard law is 'valid' only within its borders

Philippine Foreign Secretary: China's Coast Guard law is 'valid' only within its borders

Philippine Foreign Affairs Secretary Teodoro Locsin Jr. on May 23 maintained that the China Coast Guard law “does not exist” in as far as the Philippines’ territorial waters are concerned and is only effective within the Chinese borders.
'Friendly and candid' talks on South China Sea between Philippines and China, said Philippines’ foreign ministry

'Friendly and candid' talks on South China Sea between Philippines and China, said Philippines’ foreign ministry

The two countries just held “friendly and candid” talks on the South China Sea, said the Philippines’ foreign ministry, Reuters reported Saturday.
Company fined for posting map wrongfully depicting Vietnam's territory

Company fined for posting map wrongfully depicting Vietnam's territory

Towards Transparency Co., Ltd., has been fined 25 million VND (1.087 US dollars) after posting a map wrongly depicted Vietnam's Hoang Sa (Paracel) and Truong Sa (Spratly) Islands on its internal website.
Philippines refuses to withdraw ships from Bien Dong sea amid tensions with Beijing

Philippines refuses to withdraw ships from Bien Dong sea amid tensions with Beijing

With pressure building on Manila’s relationship with Beijing he warns this could be where ‘our friendship ends’, said Philippines president.
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