national sovereignty

Update news national sovereignty

Hoang Sa and Truong Sa archipelagos have always been sacred integral parts of Vietnam, as the country has historical evidence and a fully legal basis to affirm its sovereignty over the Hoang Sa and Truong Sa in accordance with international law.

Vietnam’s policies on East Sea issues

The East Sea plays a vital role in Vietnam’s defence, security, and economy.

Quang Ngai fishermen protecting national sovereignty

Despite unruly actions by China in the East Sea, many Quang Ngai fishing vessels still head out to the Hoang Sa (Paracel) and Truong Sa (Spratly) Archipelagos to fish on traditional fishing grounds, asserting their sovereignty over the seas.

Official affirms Vietnam’s defence policy of peace, self-defence

Peace and self-defence form the basic features of Vietnam’s defence policy, which remains updated since the previous edition issued in 2009, according to Deputy Minister of National Defence Sen. Lt. Gen. Nguyen Chi Vinh.

Vietnam: responsible member of UNCLOS

After four years of preparations and nine years of negotiations, the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea 1982 (UNCLOS 1982) was signed by 107 countries, including Vietnam in 1982 in Montego Bay, Jamaica.

Diplomatic highlights in July

 VietNamNet Bridge – Viet Nam’s persistent struggle for the national sovereignty and acceleration of its cooperative relations with other nations and intentional organizations are considered as remarkable diplomatic activities in July.

Philippine scholar: China violates int’l commitments

 VietNamNet Bridge – Many people once expected that China’s development would bring back positive effects on the region but disappointment, doubt, and worry have gradually emerged.

Political News Headlines 23/5

 Viet Nam condemns attacks in Urumqi; Vietnam contributes to CICA conference; Senior army officer greets Venezuelan guests; Vietnam, Ivory Coast promote cooperative ties

National sovereignty on Internet neglected?

Foreign firms have been providing voice and SMS services on Vietnam’s broadband infrastructure, while they do not bear any Vietnamese legal constrains. This means that the issue of the national sovereignty on Internet has been neglected.