17:54 | 11/11/2022
Since becoming a signatory to the 1982 UNCLOS, Vietnam has remained a responsible member and has made significant efforts to implement its provisions, according to Assoc.Prof.PhD. Nguyen Thi Lan Anh, Director of the East Sea/South China Sea Institute (Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam).
18:54 | 25/09/2022
Vietnam and the Philippines hold regular exchanges on personnel, expertise, arts and sports at military bases in the Spratly (Truong Sa) archipelago, which can only be conducted by strategic, trusting and responsible partners.
19:10 | 21/09/2022
Many countries have expressed their opposition to unilateral actions that complicate the situation and threaten peace, stability, safety, and maritime security in the South China Sea (Bien Dong in Vietnamese).
11:14 | 05/05/2022
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.
11:02 | 13/01/2022
"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.
12:24 | 17/12/2021
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.
11:09 | 22/11/2021
As an active member of ASEAN, Vietnam serves as a gateway to the ASEAN-China free trade area, while Vietnam-China trade revenue posted an annual average growth rate of 20% over the past five years.
09:45 | 19/11/2021
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.
09:00 | 05/11/2021
Vietnam resolutely and persistently takes measures in accordance with international law to protect those legal and legitimate rights.
09:08 | 12/10/2021
The promotion of the Code of Conduct in the South China Sea (COC) between ASEAN and China is of great significance to maintain peace at sea and promote mutually beneficial cooperation.
07:49 | 08/09/2021
While the world is tired of the Covid-19 pandemic, worried about instability in Afghanistan, and dealing with other international crises, China has launched a new 'trick' in the Bien Dong Sea (known as East Sea or South China Sea) with its Newly Revised Maritime Traffic Safety Law which it said to be effective from September 1 and contain regulations causing public outrage.
08:59 | 06/08/2021
Maritime activities of countries inside and outside the region need to strictly comply with the provisions of the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea.
07:03 | 04/08/2021
US Vice President Kamala Harris will focus on defending international rules in the sea during the upcoming Asia trip.
14:52 | 17/06/2021
Vietnam Minister of National Defence raised maritime and South China Sea security issues during the 8th ASEAN Defence Ministers Meeting Plus.
12:48 | 30/05/2021
Britain’s new aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth has begun its first operational deployment in a voyage that will cross through the South China Sea. Commodore Steve Moorhouse, commander of the carrier group, said Britain’s presence is key in the region amid China’s rising power.
07:38 | 06/05/2021
The international community has raised voices against China's recent movements on the South China Sea, including the continued operation of ships to Whitson Reef in Vietnam's Spratly Archipelago.
12:45 | 27/04/2021
China commissioned three new warships on April 23, 2021, including its first Type 075 amphibious assault ship, named the Hainan.
12:06 | 29/03/2021
The Philippines military is sending light fighter aircraft to fly over hundreds of Chinese vessels in disputed waters in the Bien Dong Sea (South China Sea), its defence minister said, as he repeated his demand the flotilla be withdrawn immediately.
11:31 | 24/02/2021
The administration of President Joe Biden reaffirmed its recognition of the 2016 arbitral ruling on the Bien Dong Sea (South China Sea), which it called “final and legally binding on all parties.”
15:11 | 20/01/2021
A Chinese research vessel has been identified in the waters of Indonesia with its tracking system turned off, authorities said on Thursday, amid concerns in the region about Beijing’s maritime conduct.
11:53 | 24/09/2023
01:44 | 24/09/2023