Prime Minister Suggests Vietnam, Portugal Raise Bilateral Trade to US$1 Billion

Prime Minister Suggests Vietnam, Portugal Raise Bilateral Trade to US$1 Billion

Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh has suggested Vietnam and Portugal enhance their close coordination and taking huge advantages brought by the EU-Viet Nam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) to soon raise the bilateral trade to US$1 billion in the upcoming time.
Vietnam- Responsible Member of 1982 UNCLOS

Vietnam- Responsible Member of 1982 UNCLOS

Over the past 40 years, Vietnam has affirmed itself as a responsible member of the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), and has always respected and observed international law.
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.
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).
Party General Secretary Concludes Official Visit to China

Party General Secretary Concludes Official Visit to China

Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong and a high-ranking delegation of Vietnam arrived in Hanoi on November 1 evening, concluding an official visit to China at the invitation of Party General Secretary and President of China Xi Jinping.
Vietnam News Today (Nov. 1): Vietnam Invests Over US$450 Million Overseas in 10 Months

Vietnam News Today (Nov. 1): Vietnam Invests Over US$450 Million Overseas in 10 Months

Vietnam News Today (Nov. 1): Vietnam reports 410 new Covid-19 cases on October 31; Vietnam among world’s top 12 affordable honeymoon destinations; Vietnam invests over US$450 million overseas in 10 months; Typhoon No.7 about 580 km from Paracel Archipelago, shock at level 13.
Vietnam News Today (Oct. 31): Party Leader Arrives in Beijing, Starting China Visit

Vietnam News Today (Oct. 31): Party Leader Arrives in Beijing, Starting China Visit

Vietnam News Today (Oct. 31): Vietnam records 305 Covid-19 cases on October 30; Ships in South China Sea must take precautions against Typhoon Nalgae; Party leader arrives in Beijing, starting China visit; Vietnam records over 270,000 cases of dengue fever in 2022, up nearly five times.
Vietnam News Today (Oct. 30): Vietnam Reports Lowest Daily Covid-19 Cases in Nearly One Year

Vietnam News Today (Oct. 30): Vietnam Reports Lowest Daily Covid-19 Cases in Nearly One Year

Vietnam News Today (Oct. 30): Vietnam reports lowest daily Covid-19 cases in nearly one year; Typhoon Nalgae anticipated to continue gaining strength; Vietnam, China look towards stronger trade ties; Foreign arrivals to Vietnam climbs to over 2.35 million in 10 months.
Vietnam News Today (Oct. 23): Tropical Depression Enters South China Sea, Rain Expected in Central Vietnam

Vietnam News Today (Oct. 23): Tropical Depression Enters South China Sea, Rain Expected in Central Vietnam

Vietnam News Today (Oct. 23): Vietnam logs 475 new Covid-19 cases on October 22; Tropical depression enters South China Sea, rain expected in central Vietnam; Vietnam Delegation to UN meets US Military Academy learners; Vietnam and Chile facilitate multifaceted cooperation.
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.
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.
Vietnam Wishes for Stronger Relations with RoK

Vietnam Wishes for Stronger Relations with RoK

Vietnam always highly values bilateral relations with the Republic of Korea (RoK) and wants to strongly develop the bilateral ties in a more practical manner, Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh has said.
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.
Vietnam Respects and Upholds universal value of UN Convention on the Law of the Sea

Vietnam Respects and Upholds universal value of UN Convention on the Law of the Sea

According to Assoc., PhD. Nguyen Thi Lan Anh, Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam, Vietnam always respects the universal value of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) and strictly enforces the rights and obligations of a coastal state, in accordance with UNCLOS and international law.
Vietnam-Philippines Cooperation in South China Sea: Strategic and Responsible Partnership

Vietnam-Philippines Cooperation in South China Sea: Strategic and Responsible Partnership

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.
International Community Appreciates Vietnam's Consistent Stance on South China Sea

International Community Appreciates Vietnam's Consistent Stance on South China Sea

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).
Vietnam, China Aim to Advance Bilateral Ties

Vietnam, China Aim to Advance Bilateral Ties

Vietnam and China are working to bring their relations to a new development period with higher political trust and more effective and practical cooperation.
Parties in the South China Sea Need to Show Goodwill and Cooperative Spirit

Parties in the South China Sea Need to Show Goodwill and Cooperative Spirit

The Permanent Court of Arbitration in 2016 is the legal basis to assert that China's "nine-dash line" claim is flawed and contrary to the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea.
International Cooperation Should be Enhanced to Benefit Vietnam's Sea and Island Policy

International Cooperation Should be Enhanced to Benefit Vietnam's Sea and Island Policy

In both short and long term, Vietnam should be more proactive in expanding and strengthening maritime cooperation, striving to become a rich and strong country in terms of maritime issues to better protect its national interests at sea.
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