Chinese book recognises Vietnam’s sovereignty over archipelagos Society

Chinese book recognises Vietnam’s sovereignty over archipelagos

Many ancient writings, recorded by foreigners themselves, directly or indirectly recognise Vietnam’s sovereignty over the two archipelagos of Hoang Sa (Paracel) and Truong Sa (Spratly). Among them is “Hai ngoai ky su” (Haiwai jishi) - an ancient Chinese book by a Chinese monk.
Vietnam’s sovereignty over archipelagos throughout history Videos

Vietnam’s sovereignty over archipelagos throughout history

Vietnam was the first country to have established sovereignty over the Hoang Sa (known as Paracel) and Truong Sa (Spartly) archipelagos when they were unclaimed territories. This is shown in many historical documents as well as ancient Vietnamese and foreign maps.
Ancient maps affirm Vietnam’s sovereignty over archipelagos Videos

Ancient maps affirm Vietnam’s sovereignty over archipelagos

Diverse documents in different historical periods from Vietnam, the West, and China prove that since the 17th century, Vietnam has owned and practiced its sovereignty over the Hoang Sa and Truong Sa archipelagos in an actual, constant, and peaceful manner.
Vietnam condemns China’s illegal activities in Hoang Sa, Truong Sa Politics

Vietnam condemns China’s illegal activities in Hoang Sa, Truong Sa

Vietnam demanded China to immediately end illegal activities in the areas of Vietnam’s Hoang Sa (Paracel) and Truong Sa (Spratly) archipelagos, to respect the Southeast Asian country’s sovereignty over the archipelagoes and not to carry out any activity that increase tensions and complicate the situation in the region.
Hanoi hosts exhibition on Hoang Sa, Truong Sa Society

Hanoi hosts exhibition on Hoang Sa, Truong Sa

An exhibition displaying maps and documents on Vietnam’s Hoang Sa (Paracel) and Truong Sa (Spratly) archipelagos is underway at the Fisheries Resources Surveillance under the Directorate of Fisheries in Hanoi.