East Sea Symposium Emphasizes Peace Maintenance for Post-Pandemic Recovery

East Sea Symposium Emphasizes Peace Maintenance for Post-Pandemic Recovery

Nearly 500 delegates are physically and virtually attending an international symposium on the South China Sea, known as the East Sea in Vietnam, which opened in Da Nang city, central Vietnam, on November 16.
Vietnam Further Promotes The ASEAN-EU Strategic Partnership

Vietnam Further Promotes The ASEAN-EU Strategic Partnership

Vietnam treasures and will make positive contributions to further promote the ASEAN-EU strategic partnership.
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.
Indonesia FM: Negotiations on Code of Conduct in South China Sea (East Sea) should resume soon

Indonesia FM: Negotiations on Code of Conduct in South China Sea (East Sea) should resume soon

Indonesian Foreign Affairs Minister Retno Marsudi on June 24 said that negotiations with China on the Code of Conduct in the South China Sea (called the East Sea in Vietnam), delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic, should resume soon to ease tensions in the region, reported Japan's Kyodo News.
China isolates itself by defying international law in East Sea

China isolates itself by defying international law in East Sea

The world has closely watched China’s illegal moves in the East Sea (internationally known as the South China Sea). Observers say China, by defying international law, is isolating itself from the international community.
Chinese actions in East Sea hampering the negotiation process of COC

Chinese actions in East Sea hampering the negotiation process of COC

Assoc. Prof. & PhD. Nguyen Hong Thao, an expert on international law, environmental law, maritime law, and border demarcation, granted an exclusive interview to VOV, during which he shed light on the northern neighbour’s recent decision to establish two districts aimed at illegally governing the Hoang Sa (Paracel) and Truong Sa (Spratly) archipelagoes which belong to Vietnam.
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Vietnam News Today (Jan. 29): Intertwined Opportunities, Challenges for Vietnam’s Economy in 2023 National

Vietnam News Today (Jan. 29): Intertwined Opportunities, Challenges for Vietnam’s Economy in 2023

Vietnam News Today (Jan. 29): Quang Ninh: Cross-border trading with China resumed after Tet; Hanoi in the world's top three culinary destinations: Tripadvisor; Intertwined opportunities, challenges for Vietnam’s economy in 2023; Supermarkets, traditonal markets gradually resume normal operations amid abundant supply.
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