Vietnam Fisheries Society Opposes China’s Bien Dong Sea Fishing Ban

Vietnam Fisheries Society Opposes China’s Bien Dong Sea Fishing Ban

The Vietnam Fisheries Society on May 4 voiced its strong opposition to China’s unilateral fishing ban in the Bien Dong Sea, known internationally as the South China Sea.
Vietnam Attaches Great Importance to CICA Process

Vietnam Attaches Great Importance to CICA Process

Vietnam has actively joined activities of the Conference on Interaction and Confidence Building Measure in Asia (CICA) and worked to promote cooperation in economy, trade, agriculture, tourism and environmental protection between member countries.
Vietnam Request China to Halt Militarization on Bien Dong Sea

Vietnam Request China to Halt Militarization on Bien Dong Sea

Vietnam has full legal grounds and historical evidence to prove its sovereignty over the Hoang Sa and Truong Sa archipelagoes in accordance with international law stated Foreign Ministry Deputy Spokesperson Pham Thu Hang.
Vietnam Asks Taiwan to Stop Illegal Live-Fire Drills

Vietnam Asks Taiwan to Stop Illegal Live-Fire Drills

The Vietnamese Ministry of Foreign Affairs has said Taiwan’s holding military drills off Vietnam’s Truong Sa (Spratly) archipelago is a serious violation of its sovereignty.
Vietnam Demands China Respect The Country's Sovereignty in East Sea

Vietnam Demands China Respect The Country's Sovereignty in East Sea

Vietnam asks China to respect and not to violate the nation's exclusive economic zone and continental shelf.
Australian Prime Minister Warns to Stand Up to China on Bien Dong Sea

Australian Prime Minister Warns to Stand Up to China on Bien Dong Sea

Defence Minister Peter Dutton has warned that unless Australia and its allies stand up to China for their acts in the Bien Dong Dea (intenationally called the South China Sea), they will "lose the next decade".
Australia, UK Ministers Stress 2016 South China Sea Ruling's Binding Value

Australia, UK Ministers Stress 2016 South China Sea Ruling's Binding Value

Australian and UK ministers have underscored the importance of countries being able to exercise their maritime rights and freedoms in the South China Sea (known as Bien Dong Sea in Vietnam) consistent with the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), including freedom of navigation and overflight.
Vietnam Rejects South China Sea Claims Inconsistent with International Law: Spokesperson

Vietnam Rejects South China Sea Claims Inconsistent with International Law: Spokesperson

Vietnam reaffirmed on January 14 its opposition to any claim inconsistent with international law, including the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (1982 UNCLOS).
US Publishes New Reports Condemning China's Claims on South China Sea

US Publishes New Reports Condemning China's Claims on South China Sea

"This claim has no legal basis and is asserted by the PRC without specificity as to the nature of geographic extent of the “historic rights” claimed," said the report.
[Photos] German Frigate Bayern Pays First Friendly Visit to Vietnam

[Photos] German Frigate Bayern Pays First Friendly Visit to Vietnam

German Navy frigate Bayern arrives in Ho Chi Minh City for a friendly visit
South China Sea Issue: Highlights of 2021

South China Sea Issue: Highlights of 2021

The South China Sea (Bien Dong Sea) issue in 2021 gives cause for international concern. Tensions on the ground continue to rise, creating potentials for conflicts at the sea and in the air, said the scholar.
Vietnam's Academy Opens Maritime Diplomacy Centre

Vietnam's Academy Opens Maritime Diplomacy Centre

The Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam opened the Maritime Diplomacy Centre in a ceremony in Hanoi.
Vietnam, China Talk Sea Areas beyond Gulf of Tonkin

Vietnam, China Talk Sea Areas beyond Gulf of Tonkin

Vietnam and China had in-depth discussions on the delimitation of the sea area beyond the mouth of the Gulf of Tonkin and cooperation for mutual development at sea.
Vietnam, Australia Foster Trade, Defence Ties

Vietnam, Australia Foster Trade, Defence Ties

The Vietnam - Australia strategic partnership, particularly defence collaboration, has been maintained and promoted over the past time.
Vietnam-Japan Extensive Strategic Partnership: Towards Opening of New Era

Vietnam-Japan Extensive Strategic Partnership: Towards Opening of New Era

Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh and his Japanese counterpart Kishida Fumio have consented to work closely together to develop their Extensive Strategic Partnership into an increasingly substantive and effective partnership in all areas and to elevate it to new heights.
Philippines Accuses China of 'Harassment' in South China Sea

Philippines Accuses China of 'Harassment' in South China Sea

The Philippines continuously voice against China's recent movements on the South China Sea.
Vietnam's Islands in Heart of Citizens Abroad

Vietnam's Islands in Heart of Citizens Abroad

Learning more about Vietnam's islands allows overseas Vietnamese to better appreciate and support the Truong Sa Islands.
Int’l Conference Highlights Significance of UNCLOS in South China Sea

Int’l Conference Highlights Significance of UNCLOS in South China Sea

The order in the South China Sea (Bien Dong Sea) should be built based on international law, especially the 1982 United Nations on the Law of the Sea
Vietnam Condemns Taiwan's Illegal Actions in South China Sea

Vietnam Condemns Taiwan's Illegal Actions in South China Sea

The Vietnamese stance on sovereignty over the Hoang Sa and Truong Sa archipelagoes, as well as the South Sea issue in general, remains clear and consistent, said Spokeswoman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Le Thi Thu Hang.
Vietnam Demands China Withdraw Fishing Vessels From Truong Sa Archipelago

Vietnam Demands China Withdraw Fishing Vessels From Truong Sa Archipelago

Vietnam resolutely and persistently takes measures in accordance with international law to protect those legal and legitimate rights.
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