Bringing Tet to the Spratly Archipelago Focus

Bringing Tet to the Spratly Archipelago

There are less than two weeks until the Lunar New Year 2023. The officers and soldiers of Region 4 of the Navy are busy preparing ships and personnel to bring Tet goods to the army and people on the islands of the Spratly archipelago (Truong Sa).
UNCLOS 1982: Vietnam's Contribution to Maritime Delimitation Seas and islands

UNCLOS 1982: Vietnam's Contribution to Maritime Delimitation

With the UNCLOS 1982, Vietnam is a successful country in Southeast Asia, resolving maritime disputes with the most diverse tools. During the process, Vietnam has made creative contributions, perfecting the provisions of the Convention on delimitation of maritime boundaries.
More Room to Develop Vietnamese Shipping Fleet Seas and islands

More Room to Develop Vietnamese Shipping Fleet

Vietnam’s merchant fleet ranks third among ASEAN nations and 22nd in the world.
Bringing Early Tet Gifts to Truong Sa Archipelago's Da Nam Island

Bringing Early Tet Gifts to Truong Sa Archipelago's Da Nam Island

As Tet approaches, Vietnamese people throughout the country return home for family reunions. Meanwhile, officers and soldiers at islands of Truong Sa (Spratly) archipelago have been on duty during this traditional Lunar New Year. The naval forces of the Vietnam People's Navy often carry out annual visits and offer Tet gifts to officers and soldiers on duty.
Vietnam to Deepen Cooperative Relations with Indonesian, Cambodian Coast Guards

Vietnam to Deepen Cooperative Relations with Indonesian, Cambodian Coast Guards

Within the framework of the "Vietnam Coast Guard and friends” exchange, the Vietnamese Coast Guard and Indonesian Coast Guard (Bakamla) and the National Committee for Maritime Security of Cambodia had bilateral meetings.
Vietnamese Coast Guard Boosts Cooperation with Other Countries

Vietnamese Coast Guard Boosts Cooperation with Other Countries

Vietnam Coast Guard exchanges with other countries
'Vietnam Coast Guard and Friends' Exchange to be Held for The First Time

'Vietnam Coast Guard and Friends' Exchange to be Held for The First Time

The first “Vietnam Coast Guard and friends” exchange will take place in December with the participation of National Committee for Maritime Security of Cambodia, Coast Guard Department of China, Indonesian Maritime Security Agency, Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency, the Coast Guard of the Philippines, and Thailand Maritime Enforcement Coordinating Center.
Indian Naval Fleet Pays Friendship Visit to Ho Chi Minh City

Indian Naval Fleet Pays Friendship Visit to Ho Chi Minh City

At noon on November 30, the Indian Navy fleet consisted of the multi-role stealth frigate INS Shivalik and corvette INS Kamorta docked at Nha Rong port, starting a 3-day friendship visit to Ho Chi Minh City.
International Law and Peaceful Resolution of Disputes in the South China Sea Contribute to Global Peace

International Law and Peaceful Resolution of Disputes in the South China Sea Contribute to Global Peace

On November 18, the Asia-Africa Institute of the German University of Hamburg organized an international conference on Indo-Pacific strategies and the South China Sea issue.
South China Sea Plays an Important Role in Global Peace and Prosperity

South China Sea Plays an Important Role in Global Peace and Prosperity

At the 14th South China Sea International Conference on November 16-17 in Da Nang, many scholars and guests agreed that South China Sea plays an important role in global peace and prosperity.
Vietnam Provides Timely Support to Foreign Seafarers

Vietnam Provides Timely Support to Foreign Seafarers

The Vietnam Maritime Search and Rescue Coordination Center in Da Nang has continuously rescued many foreign seafarers who experienced labor accidents on the high sea.
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.
At Summit, India & ASEAN Reaffirm Importance of Freedom of Navigation

At Summit, India & ASEAN Reaffirm Importance of Freedom of Navigation

The two sides agreed to advance maritime ties and enhance cooperation against terrorism, transnational crimes and cybercrimes.
Vietnam - Responsible Member of 1982 UNCLOS - DAV’s Director of South China Sea Institute

Vietnam - Responsible Member of 1982 UNCLOS - DAV’s Director of South China Sea Institute

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).
Upholding Rule of Law: Necessary Measure to Solve South China Sea Issue

Upholding Rule of Law: Necessary Measure to Solve South China Sea Issue

The South China Sea Arbitration is the legal basis to assert that China's "nine-dash line" claim is completely baseless and illegitimate according to the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (1982 UNCLOS).
Vietnam, China Begin Joint Sea Patrol in Tonkin Gulf

Vietnam, China Begin Joint Sea Patrol in Tonkin Gulf

The Vietnam Coast Guard and its Chinese counterpart conducted the second joint patrol in the waters adjacent to the Gulf of Tonkin delimitation line.
Resolution 36-NQ/TU Reasserts Marine Economy Development Based on Green Growth

Resolution 36-NQ/TU Reasserts Marine Economy Development Based on Green Growth

Sea economic expert Nguyen Chu Hoi emphasized the role of the sea in the socio-economic development strategy and the implemenation of Resolution 36-NQ/TU by developing the "blue sea economy" in Vietnam.
Sailing Ship 286-Le Quy Don Completes Military Diplomatic Mission

Sailing Ship 286-Le Quy Don Completes Military Diplomatic Mission

Sailing Ship 286-Le Quy Don of the Vietnam Naval Academy docked at Nha Trang port in the central province of Khanh Hoa on October 18, successfully completing its military diplomatic mission in connection with long-distance seafaring training trip for final-year naval students.
Japan, Vietnam Navies Host Seminar on Underwater Medicine

Japan, Vietnam Navies Host Seminar on Underwater Medicine

A seminar on underwater medicine was hosted by the navies of Vietnam and Japan at Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa province, on October 10 and 11.
UNCLOS 1982: Solid Legal Foundation for Vietnam to Protect National Interests

UNCLOS 1982: Solid Legal Foundation for Vietnam to Protect National Interests

On the 40th anniversary of the adoption of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) 1982 and the 10th anniversary of the Law of the Sea of Vietnam, Nguyen Manh Dong, vice chairman of the National Boundary Commission shared about UNCLOS.
Vietnam Coast Guard Enhances International Cooperation

Vietnam Coast Guard Enhances International Cooperation

The Vietnam Coast Guard has strengthened its law enforcement efforts and partnership with foreign counterparts, creating favourable conditions for the implementation of its assigned tasks in contribution to keeping a peaceful and stable environment for national construction and defence from early and afar.
DK1 rig house - Sacred Milestones of Sovereignty at Sea

DK1 rig house - Sacred Milestones of Sovereignty at Sea

147 delegates from Ho Chi Minh City and Vietnam People's Navy visited officers and soldiers on the DK1/10 rig house (Ca Mau's waters) last September.
9th Ocean Dialogue Spotlights Marine Scientific Research in South China Sea

9th Ocean Dialogue Spotlights Marine Scientific Research in South China Sea

The 9th Ocean Dialogue with the theme "Marine Scientific Research: Confidence Building and Environment Sustainability" was held in Nha Trang on October 5. The dialogue aims to clarify the value of marine scientific research in the South China Sea.
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