VOV.VN - Vietnam’s encouragement of commercial arbitration has been hailed by the international community. The country's socialist-oriented market economy and its strong international integration have offered numerous opportunities for trade promotion.
Many scholars from countries that claim no territory in the East Sea have said that maintaining maritime freedom, devising coordination mechanisms and controlling conflicts on the basis of respect for law and mutual trust between concerned parties are important to settling disputes.
VOV.VN - State President Tran Dai Quang paid an official visit to China on May 11-15 at the invitation of General Secretary of the Communist Party of China and President of China, Xi Jinping.
Upholding the rule of law is fundamental to maintaining peace and security in the East Sea, said experts at a maritime workshop in Hanoi on November 29.
Germany supports Vietnam’s stance of settling the East Sea dispute by peaceful means on the basis of international law, said visiting Chief of Staff of the German Army General Rainer Schuwirth.
The Vietnamese embassy in China hosted a ceremony in Beijing on September 1 to celebrate the 71st anniversary of August Revolution and National Day (September 2).
The bitter dispute between the Chairman of Trung Nguyen Corporation Dang Le Nguyen Vu and his wife Le Hoang Diep Thao over control of the Trung Nguyen Instant Coffee Company JSC will continue after the Binh Duong People’s Court recently decided to postpone the lawsuit.
VOV.VN - The government of Vietnam has successfully negotiated a free trade agreement (FTA) with the EU that incorporates a new method for the resolution of disputes between foreign investors and states.
The recent ruling of the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) on the Philippines lawsuit against China’s claims in the East Sea is significant as it clarifies the claims of the parties involved, thus pushing them towards a settlement of disputes in the long run.
Victor Oh, a Canadian senator, encouraged all parties to come together to find a diplomatic solution to the overlapping claims in the East Sea in a statement from Ottawa on July 14.
Malaysia and India have called for peaceful resolutions in the East Sea after the Hague Tribunal adopted the ruling on July 12 rejecting China’s historic rights claim in a dispute in the sea area with the Philippines.
Vietnam pursues the consistent policy of settling the dispute in the East Sea by peaceful means in line with international law, including the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, Foreign Ministry’s spokesman Le Hai Binh told the regular press conference in Hanoi on November 26.
The Netherlands-based Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) on November 24 began hearing a case filed by the Philippines contesting China’s claims to disputed areas in the East Sea.
An evolving sea security architecture in Asia-Pacific, especially with ASEAN’s central role, will have positive contributions to the settlement of disputes in the East Sea, said an expert on the sidelines of the seventh International Conference on the East Sea.
Vietnam made active and responsible contributions to documents adopted at the 27th ASEAN Summit and related high-level meetings that took place in Malaysia from November 21-22, Deputy Foreign Minister Le Hoai Trung told the media.
Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh offered Vietnam’s opinions on directions and measures to achieve the formation of the ASEAN Community by the end of this year, as well as the bloc’s post-2015 vision at the ASEAN Foreign Ministers’ Retreat in Malaysia on January 27-28.
(VOV) -Japan is highly appreciative of Vietnam's efforts to peacefully resolve the East Sea dispute with China through diplomacy and dialogue, fully complying with international law.
(VOV) - East Sea tensions were hotly debated at a recent workshop in capital Vienna where scholars shed light on the current situation and suggested solutions to the territorial dispute.
(VOV) - John Ashe, President of the current UN General Assembly session, has raised the international community’s concern about recent East Sea tensions and supported Vietnam’s stance towards settling the dispute by peaceful means in line with the UN Charter and international law.
In an article published in the English language daily Vietnam News on May 27, AvilashRoul (Ph.D.), Senior Fellow at Society for the Study of Peace and Conflict (SSPC), India, said China is a true case of showing off muscle power in its influence without respecting international accepted norms.