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The 13th Party National Congress is underway in Hanoi. It will define development orientations for 2021 – 2025.

Seminar in Moscow seeks peaceful solutions to East Sea disputes

Scholars, lawyers and experts from Russia, the US, the Philippines, Japan, Pakistan and Vietnam gathered at an international seminar in Moscow on June 27 to seek peaceful resolutions to the East Sea issue.

Conference highlights obstacles in reforming higher education system

VietNamNet Bridge – In Viet Nam, higher education is perhaps the area needing the most urgent fundamental and comprehensive reform, but it is also one of the most complicated, feted mathematician Professor Ngo Bao Chau told a conference

East Sea seminar held in South Africa

The Vietnamese Embassy in South Africa hosted a seminar on the East Sea situation in the capital city of Pretoria on June 12 criticizing the illegal placement by China of the oil rig Haiyang Shiyou-981 in Vietnam’s waters.

East Sea tensions debated at ASEAN meetings

Senior officials from ASEAN member states and dialogue partners have expressed their deep concern about increased tensions in the East Sea following China’s positioning of its oil rig inside Vietnam’s exclusive economic zone.

European scholars reject China’s nine-dash line in East Sea

About thirty European scholars attending a recent workshop in Norway refuted China’s groundless claim of the ‘nine-dash line’ or ‘U-shaped line’ in the East Sea, saying it cannot be used for sovereign negotiations.  

Chinese ships display mounting aggression

Chinese tugboat 281 on June 7 deliberately rammed into the left side of Vietnam’s fisheries surveillance ship KN-635 that was undertaking law enforcement in the area around the oil rig Haiyang Shiyou-98

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East Sea warms int’l conference on Vietnamese studies

On the opening day of the fourth international conference on Vietnamese studies in Hanoi, which draws nearly 1,000 scientists from 36 countries and territories, the East Sea issue attracted the attention of many attendants.