Party chief holds phone talk with German Chancellor Politics

Party chief holds phone talk with German Chancellor

Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong and German Chancellor and leader of the German Social Democratic Party Olaf Scholz agreed to direct the promotion of the countries’ cooperation in the fields of mutual interest in their telephone conversation held on March 31.
DK platforms –sovereignty marks at southern sea Society

DK platforms –sovereignty marks at southern sea

Fifteen DK platforms in the waters of the southern province of Ba Ria – Vung Tau not only served as the collection of scientific information on the ocean and sea economy but also are the sovereignty marks in Vietnam’s continental shelf.
Party General Secretary welcomes Malaysian Prime Minister Politics

Party General Secretary welcomes Malaysian Prime Minister

General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam Central Committee Nguyen Phu Trong received Malaysian Prime Minister Dato’ Sri Ismail Sabri bin Yaakob in Hanoi on March 21, describing the latter's official visit to Vietnam as a milestone in bilateral ties.
DK platforms – sacred sovereignty marks at sea Politics

DK platforms – sacred sovereignty marks at sea

The commemoration of the Gac Ma Battle in March is an occasion to honour officers and soldiers who live and work on the DK platforms amid the vast sea, many of whom sacrificed their lives to safeguard the national sovereignty at sea.
The Quad commits to ensuring freedom of navigation in East Sea, East China Sea World

The Quad commits to ensuring freedom of navigation in East Sea, East China Sea

The Foreign Ministers of Australia, India and Japan and the Secretary of State of the US have committed to ensuring freedom of navigation and overflight in the South China Sea (called the East Sea in Vietnam) and the East China Sea, and deepening engagement with regional partners to protect their ability to develop offshore resources.
Australia, UK underline importance of maritime rights, freedom in East Sea  World

Australia, UK underline importance of maritime rights, freedom in East Sea

Australian and UK foreign and defence ministers underscored the importance of countries being able to exercise their maritime rights and freedoms in the East Sea consistent with the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), including freedom of navigation and overflight, at the annual ministerial consultations in 2022.