US Senators Draft Sanctions Bill Targeting Chinese Aggression In South China Sea Seas and islands

US Senators Draft Sanctions Bill Targeting Chinese Aggression In South China Sea

The U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations agreed on Tuesday to impose sanctions on China for its aggressive activities in South China and East China Seas.
Vietnam-Philippines: Ancient Partners for Peaceful Seas Seas and islands

Vietnam-Philippines: Ancient Partners for Peaceful Seas

This year, Vietnam-Philippines celebrates the 45th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations (July 12, 1976 - July 12, 2021), but the exchange has been established centuries ago, originating from maritime trade.
Ship 381 - First Modern Battleship Designed by Vietnam Focus

Ship 381 - First Modern Battleship Designed by Vietnam

Ship 381 is a significant vessel in Vietnamese martine history, as it is the first ship to be fully designed by the Vietnam People's Navy.
Vietnam Calls All Countries to Respect Peaceful Settlement of International Disputes

Vietnam Calls All Countries to Respect Peaceful Settlement of International Disputes

Permanent representative of Vietnam to the United Nations (UN) has called on all countries to respect the principle of the peaceful settlement of international disputes.
Promoting Substantive And Effective Code of Conduct in The South China Sea

Promoting Substantive And Effective Code of Conduct in The South China Sea

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.
Maritime Cooperation should Comply with 1982 UNCLOS: Spokesperson

Maritime Cooperation should Comply with 1982 UNCLOS: Spokesperson

Vietnam’s consistent policy is that all maritime cooperation activities of countries need to comply with provisions of the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (1982 UNCLOS).
Vietnam's Navy Force Joins Exercises With Britain Frigate

Vietnam's Navy Force Joins Exercises With Britain Frigate

HMS Richmond had a drill with a frigate from the Vietnam People's Navy for the first time on Oct. 4.
Vietnam Calls For Boosting Cooperation Between ASEAN and China in South China Sea Issue

Vietnam Calls For Boosting Cooperation Between ASEAN and China in South China Sea Issue

Minister of Foreign Affairs Bui Thanh Son reaffirmed the importance of promoting trust, exercising restraint, and peacefully settling disputes in accordance with international law in a recent ASEAN meeting.
Khanh Hoa Welcomes British Royal Navy ship HMS Richmond

Khanh Hoa Welcomes British Royal Navy ship HMS Richmond

British Royal Navy ship HMS Richmond, part of the Queen Elizabeth carrier strike group, arrived at Cam Ranh International Port, the south-central province of Khanh Hoa on Oct.1, beginning a four-day visit to Vietnam for bilateral cooperation activities.
Viet Nam-Philippines Cooperation in The South China Sea: Strategic and Responsible Partnership

Viet Nam-Philippines Cooperation in The South China Sea: Strategic and Responsible Partnership

Viet Nam and the Philippines hold regular personnel exchanges, in which arts performance and sports games are performed, at their bases in the Spratlys. Only strategic, trusting and responsible partners can do such things.
Chinese Movie Sparks Controversy Over 'Historical Distortions'

Chinese Movie Sparks Controversy Over 'Historical Distortions'

The Chinese movie named "Ace Troops" has met strong opposition from Vietnamese people over 'historical distortions' related to the border war.
Vietnam's Coast Guard Creates Legal Corridor to Protect Sovereignty of Sea and Islands

Vietnam's Coast Guard Creates Legal Corridor to Protect Sovereignty of Sea and Islands

The Law on Vietnam Coast Guard took effect on July 1, 2019, an important milestone in the process of perfecting Vietnam's legal system on sea and islands.
Controversial 'Nine Dash Line' in Chinese films shown in Vietnam met strong opposition

Controversial 'Nine Dash Line' in Chinese films shown in Vietnam met strong opposition

The appearance of a map which depicts Chinese claims in the Bien Dong Sea, known internationally as the South China Sea, has been strongly opposed by the Vietnamese people in general and the Cinema Department in particular.
Vietnam, Japan Discuss South China Sea Issue

Vietnam, Japan Discuss South China Sea Issue

According to the Japanese defense minister, countries need to work together to maintain and strengthen the international order based on free and open rules.
Fighting Covid on Vietnam's Remote Islands

Fighting Covid on Vietnam's Remote Islands

Soldiers and people of Truong Sa island district volunteered to contribute, wishing to support the people of Ho Chi Minh City and the whole country to fight against the Covid-19 pandemic.
China New Maritime Law - Latest Move to Disregard UNCLOS

China New Maritime Law - Latest Move to Disregard UNCLOS

China defiance of international law through changes to its own laws to acquire an advantage in the South China Sea is generating huge concern in the region.
Vietnam Hosts IGM25 Important Discussion about Cleaning Up the Oceans

Vietnam Hosts IGM25 Important Discussion about Cleaning Up the Oceans

The first part of the 25th Intergovernmental Meeting of the Coordinating Body on the Seas of East Asia (IGM 25) took place in 2 days from 8-9 September, ended successfully. Deputy Director General of Vietnam Administration of Seas and Islands Nguyen Que Lam chaired and delivered the closing speech of the meeting.
US Sails Ship Through South China Sea Despite Beijing’s New Notification Law

US Sails Ship Through South China Sea Despite Beijing’s New Notification Law

The US operation came just days after China passed a law demanding foreign vessels submit notice before entering waters it falsely claimed in the disputed island chain.
New Chinese Maritime Law Further Encroaches on Countries' Sovereignty

New Chinese Maritime Law Further Encroaches on Countries' Sovereignty

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.
US Vice Admiral: China’s New Maritime Requirements Build Foundations for Instability

US Vice Admiral: China’s New Maritime Requirements Build Foundations for Instability

China’s new reporting requirements for ships on innocent passage to the South China Sea (Bien Dong Sea) begin to build foundations for instability and potential conflicts if those are enforced.
Vietnam Commits to Cleaner Seas at International Conference on Marine Litter and Plastic Pollution

Vietnam Commits to Cleaner Seas at International Conference on Marine Litter and Plastic Pollution

On the evening of September 1st 2021, 19:00 – 22:00 Hanoi time (14:00 – 17:00 Central European time), the first working day took place with the Opening session of the Conference co-convened by the partner ministries of the 04 countries Ecuador, Germany, Ghana and Viet Nam, under the support of the United Nation Environment Program (UNEP)
Vietnam Resolutely Protects Sovereignty over Archipelagoes

Vietnam Resolutely Protects Sovereignty over Archipelagoes

Vietnam resolutely and persistently takes measures in line with international law to exercise and protect its sovereignty over Hoang Sa (Paracel) and Truong Sa (Spratly) archipelagoes.
US Vice President Kamala Harris Says Beijing continues to 'coerce' in South China Sea

US Vice President Kamala Harris Says Beijing continues to 'coerce' in South China Sea

US Vice President Kamala Harris accused China of coercion and intimidation in the East Sea also called Bien Dong Sea (South China Sea), damaging order and threatening the sovereignty of other countries.
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