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Countries concerned about East Sea situation World

Countries concerned about East Sea situation

France, Germany and the UK on August 29 released a joint statement expressing their concern about the situation in the South China Sea( known as East Sea in Vietnam) which they said could lead to insecurity and instability in the region.​
Vietnam, India bolster tourism cooperation Travel

Vietnam, India bolster tourism cooperation

Vietnam and India hold huge potential to enhance tourism cooperation as they have long-standing relations and share similarities in cultural values, particularly direct flights between the two nations will serve as momentum for people-to-people exchange and bilateral trade and investment, said Vietnamese Ambassador to India Pham Sanh Chau.
Vietnamese, Indian firms discuss trade, investment Business

Vietnamese, Indian firms discuss trade, investment

Trade and investment ties between Vietnam and India are not commensurate with their potential, meaning there is still a lot of room for them to grow, the India-Vietnam Business Forum heard in Ho Chi Minh City on August 21.
Deputy PM holds bilateral meetings on AMM-52 sidelines Politics

Deputy PM holds bilateral meetings on AMM-52 sidelines

Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh held bilateral meetings with the foreign ministers of India and Bangladesh on August 2 in the framework of the 52nd ASEAN Foreign Ministers' Meeting and related meetings in Bangkok, Thailand.
Vietnam-India friendship, exchange programmes promoted Society

Vietnam-India friendship, exchange programmes promoted

President of the Vietnam Union of Friendship Organizations (VUFO) Nguyen Phuong Nga received a delegation from the Indian Society for Cultural Cooperation and Friendship (ISCUF) led by its Vice President Das Saktidhar, in Hanoi on July 16.
Seminar in India talks East Sea issue World

Seminar in India talks East Sea issue

The Society for Indian Ocean Studies held a seminar on the East Sea in New Delhi, India on July 12, to mark three years since the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) announced a ruling in favour of the Philippines in its lawsuit against China regarding the East Sea disputes.