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Scheme to monopolize East Sea ignores international lawicon

Scheme to monopolize East Sea ignores international law

China’s survey vessel Haiyang Dizhi-8 and its escorts have conducted regular oil exploration activities and expanded operations in the Tu Chinh-Vung May or Vanguard Bank region of Vietnam’s exclusive economic zone.

 
East Sea: China needs to change behavior for its own sakeicon

East Sea: China needs to change behavior for its own sake

MARITIME SOVEREIGNTY
26/09/2019

Maintaining peace and security in the East Sea and strictly implementing the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) is completely in line with China's interests, and with its important role in the international arena.

China’s unilateral activities in East Sea violate UNCLOS: Japanese experticon

China’s unilateral activities in East Sea violate UNCLOS: Japanese expert

MARITIME SOVEREIGNTY
26/09/2019

China’s recent activities in the East Sea are more unilateral and provocation, seriously violating the UNCLOS, said Professor Daisuke Hosokawa at the Osaka University of Economics.

The rights of Vietnam, a member of UNCLOSicon

The rights of Vietnam, a member of UNCLOS

MARITIME SOVEREIGNTY
22/09/2019

The area of waters and continental shelf in which Vietnam can enjoy the rights for the sea and resources in accordance with the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) is approximately 1 million square kilometers.

China's illegal claims in the East Sea threaten integrity of UNCLOSicon

China's illegal claims in the East Sea threaten integrity of UNCLOS

SCI-TECH & ENVIRONMENNT
20/09/2019

Behind China's violations is the intention to control the East Sea through promoting maritime claims that are completely contrary to the provisions of the 1982 UN Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS). 

Biển Đông: Trung Quốc cần thay đổi hành vi vì lợi ích của chính mìnhicon

Biển Đông: Trung Quốc cần thay đổi hành vi vì lợi ích của chính mình

Chính trị
19/09/2019

 Giữ gìn hoà bình, an ninh ở Biển Đông, thực hiện nghiêm túc UNCLOS hoàn toàn phù hợp với lợi ích của Trung Quốc, phù hợp với việc nước này đang đóng vai trò quan trọng trên trường quốc tế.

Yêu sách biển trái phép của Trung Quốc đe dọa tính toàn vẹn của UNCLOSicon

Yêu sách biển trái phép của Trung Quốc đe dọa tính toàn vẹn của UNCLOS

Chính trị
18/09/2019

 Đằng sau sự vi phạm của Trung Quốc là ý đồ kiểm soát Biển Đông thông qua việc thúc đẩy yêu sách biển hoàn toàn trái với các quy định của Công ước LHQ về Luật Biển 1982. 

RoK association asks China to stop violations in East Seaicon

RoK association asks China to stop violations in East Sea

MARITIME SOVEREIGNTY
13/09/2019

The Association of People Loving Vietnam in the Republic of Korea (VESAMO) has demanded China immediately stop violations of Vietnam’s sovereignty, sovereign rights and jurisdiction of Vietnam in the East Sea.

Vietnam demands China to withdraw ships from its territorial watersicon

Vietnam demands China to withdraw ships from its territorial waters

MARITIME SOVEREIGNTY
13/09/2019

Vietnam resolutely opposes Chinese survey vessel group Haiyang Dizhi 8’s continued serious violations of Vietnam’s sovereignty right and jurisdiction in territorial waters as defined in the 1982 UNCLOS.

Australian expert stresses need for objection to UNCLOS violationsicon

Australian expert stresses need for objection to UNCLOS violations

MARITIME SOVEREIGNTY
04/09/2019

Members of the UNCLOS must adhere to this convention and object to violations of the document, an Australian expert has said while talking about China’s ongoing infringement upon Vietnam’s waters.

Chinese brings ships back to Vietnam’s watersicon

Chinese brings ships back to Vietnam’s waters

MARITIME SOVEREIGNTY
01/09/2019

Carl Thayer from the University of New South Wales (Australia) made a comment on the return of the Chinese Haiyang 8 infringing on Vietnam's exclusive economic zone and continental shelf.

Countries concerned about East Sea situationicon

Countries concerned about East Sea situation

MARITIME SOVEREIGNTY
30/08/2019

France, Germany and the UK on August 29 released a joint statement expressing their concern about the situation in the East Sea which they said could lead to insecurity and instability in the region.

Japanese FM stresses need of upholding law in East Seaicon

Japanese FM stresses need of upholding law in East Sea

MARITIME SOVEREIGNTY
27/08/2019

Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono on August 27 stated that his country opposes any action that intensifies tensions in East Sea.

China requested to withdraw all ships from Vietnam’s EEZicon

China requested to withdraw all ships from Vietnam’s EEZ

MARITIME SOVEREIGNTY
22/08/2019

Vietnam has demanded China to immediately stop violations, withdraw all vessels from Vietnam’s EEZ and not have actions to increase tensions, complicate the situation, and threaten peace, stability and security in the East Sea and the region.

China asked to withdraw ships out of Vietnam’s territorial watersicon

China asked to withdraw ships out of Vietnam’s territorial waters

MARITIME SOVEREIGNTY
16/08/2019

Vietnam has made contact with China to oppose its repeated serious violation and demand the country to withdraw its survey vessel group Haiyang Dizhi 8 and escort ships out of Vietnam’s territorial waters.

Vietnam respects int’l law during marine sovereignty safeguarding: officialicon

Vietnam respects int’l law during marine sovereignty safeguarding: official

MARITIME SOVEREIGNTY
14/08/2019

Over the years, Vietnam has consistently complied with the 1982 United Nations Convention of the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) and taken peaceful measures in line with this treaty to safeguard its sea areas, a Foreign Ministry official has said.

Thiết lập trật tự pháp lý trên biển căn cứ vào Công ước Luật Biểnicon

Thiết lập trật tự pháp lý trên biển căn cứ vào Công ước Luật Biển

Chính trị
14/08/2019

 Việc Việt Nam tích cực tham gia và thực thi Công ước LHQ về Luật Biển (UNCLOS) thể hiện thiện chí, sự coi trọng và kỳ vọng của Việt Nam vào trật tự pháp lý công bằng về biển.

Vietnam: responsible member of UNCLOSicon

Vietnam: responsible member of UNCLOS

MARITIME SOVEREIGNTY
13/08/2019

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.