The Unpaid Ambassador on national sovereignty over sea and islands Society

The Unpaid Ambassador on national sovereignty over sea and islands

Visiting Truong Sa in May, each overseas Vietnamese brings his/her own luggage of perspectives, points of view and feelings. But after each trip, all have the same "denominator" of national pride. Flowers, grains of sand, coral reefs in the sacred islands, each of them has become a “marker” of Truong Sa sovereignty.
Respecting soldiers, people working at sea, safeguarding islands Society

Respecting soldiers, people working at sea, safeguarding islands

Sovereignty is the glue that binds the community of more than 5.3 million overseas Vietnamese with their home country. This notion creates a spirit of national unity and encourages them to work together to recognize the sea and islands as the unquestionable territorial rights of the Fatherland.
Over 20,000 Da Nang students join contests on homeland sea, islands Society

Over 20,000 Da Nang students join contests on homeland sea, islands

The People's Committee of Da Nang city's Hoang Sa district, in collaboration with the municipal Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union, recently organised a ceremony to announce the winners of a contest on writing letters, drawing pictures, making cards with the theme "I love my homeland sea and islands" and another titled "Adolescents and children with homeland sea and islands".
Vietnam eyes building blue economy partnership group Business

Vietnam eyes building blue economy partnership group

The Vietnam Administration of Sea and Islands (VASI) at the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment and the World Bank have jointly held a virtual consultation workshop on the building of a Blue Economy partnership group.
Vietnam plans activities in response to World Oceans Day Environment

Vietnam plans activities in response to World Oceans Day

The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment has sent an dispatch on the hosting of activities under the Vietnam Sea and Islands Week and responding to the World Oceans Day (June 8) to ministries, sectors, organisations and authorities of localities nationwide.
Japan expresses concerns over China’s action in East Sea World

Japan expresses concerns over China’s action in East Sea

Japan is deeply concerned about China’s repeated incursion into the South China Sea (called the East Sea in Vietnam) and Japanese-administered Senkaku islands in the East China Sea, Japanese Foreign Minister Toshimitsu Motegi told his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi during a telephone call on April 5.