A fishing boat and three Binh Dinh fishermen being rescued

A fishing boat and three Binh Dinh fishermen being rescued

Fishing boat KN 465 is on the way to rescue the fishing boat 98089 TS owned by a fisherman in Binh Dinh that broke down and floated in waters of 86 nautical miles from Nha Trang city.
Exhibition on Vietnam's sovereignty over Hoang Sa and Truong Sa ongoing in Da Nang

Exhibition on Vietnam's sovereignty over Hoang Sa and Truong Sa ongoing in Da Nang

An exhibition themed “Vietnam’s Hoang Sa, Truong Sa - Historical and Legal Evidence” is taking place at Da Nang-based Viet Nam-Korea Information Technology (IT) and Communications University from 2 – 4 November.
Map exhibition of Hoang Sa, Truong Sa held by MIC

Map exhibition of Hoang Sa, Truong Sa held by MIC

The exhibition of: "Hoang Sa, Truong Sa of Vietnam - Historical and Legal Evidences" was organized by the Ministry of Information and Communications from October 19 to 21.
Chinese fishing vessels pose possible threats to seafood resources in Bien Dong Sea

Chinese fishing vessels pose possible threats to seafood resources in Bien Dong Sea

According to a US marine biology expert, China's illegal construction of artificial islands and overfishing possibly damage ecosystems as well as deplete seafood resources in the South China Sea (Bien Dong Sea).
US Embassy posted Vietnam's map featuring Paracel and Spratly islands

US Embassy posted Vietnam's map featuring Paracel and Spratly islands

The “blue checkmark” Facebook page U.S Embassy in Hanoi, an official account of the US Embassy to Vietnam has posted an article looking at the United States – Vietnam partnership during the last 25 years, in which the map of Vietnam has fully depicted with Paracel (Hoang Sa) and Spratly (Truong Sa) Islands in the South China Sea or Bien Dong Sea.
Vietnam resolutely opposes Chinese illegal moves in South China Sea (Bien Dong Sea)

Vietnam resolutely opposes Chinese illegal moves in South China Sea (Bien Dong Sea) 1

In response to the news that China sent warships and fighters to Vietnam's Hoang Sa (Paracel) archipelagos in Bien Dong Sea (South China Sea internationally known) that China had unlawfully occupied in Vietnam, Foreign Ministry spokesperson Le Thi Thu Hang said: "Vietnam resolutely opposes", report Thanh Nien (The Youth) newspaper.
Satellite images show China's illegal working on undersea cables in Vietnam's Hoang Sa (Paracel) Islands

Satellite images show China's illegal working on undersea cables in Vietnam's Hoang Sa (Paracel) Islands

Vessel tracking software and satellite imagery appear to show a Chinese ship laying illegally underwater cables between outposts in Vietnam's Hoang Sa (Paracel) archipelagoes in the East Sea (known internationally as the South China Sea), the UK-based Daily Express reported on June 9.
China’s illegal activities in the Bien Dong Sea: How is it dangerous and should be vigilant?

China’s illegal activities in the Bien Dong Sea: How is it dangerous and should be vigilant? 2

From early 2020 up till now, while humanity has been struggling against extremely dangerous enemy (known by different names including Corona Virus, Covid-19 ...), China still carries out its lot of activities causing the Bien Dong Sea’s situation (Vietnamese name, called as the South China Sea internationally) more tensions to rise with complicated developments.  
Vietnam owns sufficient evidences of its sovereignty over the Paracel and Spratly archipelagos

Vietnam owns sufficient evidences of its sovereignty over the Paracel and Spratly archipelagos

As of April 10, the Aju Business Daily (Korea) (https://m.ajunews.com/view/20200409180043091) published an article on Vietnam's sovereignty issue in the Hoang Sa (Paracel) and Truong Sa (Spratly) archipelagos written by Professor Ahn Kyong Hwan – A lecturer of Chosun University, the president of the Korean Association of Vietnamese Studies, also the Chairman of the Research Association of Vietnam Studies in Korea, the Vice Chairman of the Korea-Vietnam Cultural Exchange Association in Gwangju, the Advisor of the Korea-Vietnam Economic and Cultural Association in Seoul.
Vietnam resolutely defends its sovereignty over sea and island abidingly followed by international law

Vietnam resolutely defends its sovereignty over sea and island abidingly followed by international law

China’s ill actions in the East Sea have violated the sovereignty, sovereign rights, and jurisdiction of Vietnam and other countries and restricted freedom of aviation, navigation, and economic activities there. In the face of China’s bullying, Vietnam has been persistent and uncompromising in defending its national sovereignty against China’s aggression.
Russian expert: China has no right to sovereignty over Spratly and Paracel Islands

Russian expert: China has no right to sovereignty over Spratly and Paracel Islands

China has no right to sovereignty over either of the Hoang Sa (Paracel) and Truong Sa (Spratly) archipelagoes and its actions are in violation of the UN Charter and the 1982 International Convention on the Law of the Sea, both of which were signed and ratified by China.
Facebook omitted Paracel and Spratly Islands on maps

Facebook omitted Paracel and Spratly Islands on maps

Facebook’s map is found to have misrepresented Vietnam's sovereignty over the Spratly and Paracel Islands in its ads creation section by Internet users. The two archipelagos didn’t display on Vietnam’s map even after Facebook claimed to have fixed the error.
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