south china sea disputes

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Vietnam Electricity Group (EVN) said on November 8 that inverters originating in a foreign country with a map featuring the illegal nine-dash line have been used in the southern region, the local media reported.


Legal loopholes allow imports with nine-dash line to enter Vietnam

Multiple products imported from China featuring the illegal nine-dash line have entered Vietnam recently due to legal loopholes, Minister of Industry and Trade Tran Tuan Anh admitted.


Vietnam advised to get stronger int’l support in East Sea issues

Vietnam should make greater efforts to get stronger support from the international community in the East Sea issues and hold more activities similar to East Sea International Conferences, a leading foreign expert has suggested.

Vietnam's strategic weapons defend its maritime sovereignty

The defense capacity to protect sovereignty over sea and islands has been gradually upgraded and modernized, helping Vietnam to strengthen its self-defense ability and firmly protect sea and island sovereignty.

Operations of Chinese vessels are against agreements between Chinese and Vietnamese leaders

The activities of Chinese vessels in Vietnam's waters have seriously violated international law and gone against agreements reached between senior leaders of the two countries.


China tries to create new fishing areas on the East Sea

 VietNamNet Bridge – Colonel Le Thanh Van - Deputy Commander, Chief of Staff of Navy Region 3 - at a meeting held by the Navy Region 3 on December 16, said China was trying to create new fishing areas in the East Sea.

Vietnam objects to all coercion against its vessels: Spokesman

 Vietnam strongly objects to the use of or threat to use force against its boats and vessels, Foreign Ministry Spokesman Le Hai Binh said on November 27.

Experts sceptical of Maritime Silk Road

Doubts of the possibility of creating a modern Maritime Silk Road that passes through the East Sea continue to dog experts concerned by on-going territorial disputes in the region.

China arranges matrix to entice international scholars

Some researchers previously showed objective viewpoints in their studies, but now they write articles supporting China’s illegal claims in the East Sea, said Tran Huu Thuy Giang, PhD student at the Southern Cross University, Australia.