Lưu trữ theo thẻ: Biển Đông

Vietnam, China to negotiate delimitation for sea areas beyond Gulf of Tonkin

Vietnam, China to negotiate delimitation for sea areas beyond Gulf of Tonkin
A vessel by the Vietnam Fisheries Resources Surveillance performs its duty at sea. Photo by VnExpress/Nguyen Dong.

By Huyen Le   September 10, 2020 | 08:50 pm GMT+7 vnexpress
Vietnam and China have agreed to promote negotiations for the delimitation of sea areas beyond the mouth of the Gulf of Tonkin.

The two sides will also negotiate cooperation on the East Sea, which is known internationally as the South China Sea.

The two countries held online the 13th round of negotiations regarding the seas beyond the mouth of the Gulf of Tonkin and the 10th round of consultation on cooperation for mutual benefit at sea on Wednesday, according to a Thursday press release from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

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Việt Nam phản đối Trung Quốc tập trận, bắn tên lửa ở Biển Đông

31/08/2020    22:50 GMT+7 vietnamnet

Mọi hoạt động ở quần đảo Hoàng Sa và quần đảo Trường Sa mà không được Việt Nam cho phép là vi phạm chủ quyền của Việt Nam, không có lợi cho hoà bình, ổn định, trật tự, an ninh, an toàn.

Phản ứng của Việt Nam khi Trung Quốc điều oanh tạc cơ đến Hoàng Sa

Kiên quyết phản đối Trung Quốc đưa tàu chiến, máy bay ra Trường Sa

Phản ứng của Việt Nam khi Philippines đặt tên bãi cát, đá san hô ở đảo Thị Tứ

Ngày 31/8, trả lời câu hỏi đề nghị cho biết phản ứng của Việt Nam trước việc Trung Quốc thông tin về việc nước này tập trận quân sự, bắn tên lửa tại Biển Đông, trong đó có quần đảo Hoàng Sa và quần đảo Trường Sa của Việt Nam, người phát ngôn Bộ Ngoại giao Lê Thị Thu Hằng nêu rõ:

Việt Nam phản đối Trung Quốc tập trận, bắn tên lửa ở Biển Đông | Báo Dân trí
Tàu chiến Trung Quốc phóng tên lửa trong một cuộc tập trận ở Biển Đông.

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Beijing Missile Launches Into South China Sea Warned 2 Key US Targets

The missiles launched into the South China Sea on Wednesday included the DF-21D and DF-26B, the South China Morning Post reported, citing a person close to the People’s Liberation Army.

(c) 2020 Bloomberg Bloomberg News Updated: August 28, 2020 11:50 am ISTndtv

Beijing Missile Launches Into South China Sea Warned 2 Key US Targets

China rolled out new PLA Rocket Force as part of a massive military parade in October4

China’s latest volley of missile launches into the world’s most hotly contested body of water served as a warning to two key U.S. targets: aircraft carriers and regional bases.

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US targets Chinese individuals, companies amid South China Sea dispute

TĐH: List of Russian and Chinese entities blacklisted by the US (not confirmed yet)

Russia
Power Machines
China
1/ China Communications Construction Company Dredging Group Co., Ltd.
2/ China Communications Construction Company Tianjin Waterway Bureau
3/ China Communications Construction Company Shanghai Waterway Bureau
4/ China Communications Construction Company Guangzhou Waterway Bureau
5/ China Communications Construction Company Second Navigation Engineering Bureau
6/ Beijing Huanjia Telecommunication Co., Ltd.
7/ Changzhou Guoguang Data Communications Co., Ltd.

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File photo of Chinese and US flags fluttering near The Bund in Shanghai, China, Jul 30, 2019. (Photo: REUTERS/Aly Song)

Tensions flare as Chinese fire four missiles into South China Sea, America adds sanctions

Bloomberg Last Updated: Aug 27, 2020, 10:10 AM EconomicTimes

China launched four medium-range ballistic missiles into the South China Sea on Wednesday amid broader military exercises by the PLA, according to a U.S. defense official who asked not to be identified. The missiles landed in the sea in an area between Hainan Island and the Paracel Islands, the official said. The move came a day after Beijing protested a flyover by a U.S. spy plane.

By David Wainer and Tony Capaccio

U.S.-China tensions over the South China Sea escalated on Wednesday with Beijing firing four missiles into the disputed waterway and the Trump administration strengthening action against companies that helped set up outposts in the region.

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Việt Nam demands China to stop military exercises in Paracel islands

Update: August, 26/2020 – 12:15|vietnamnewsChina’s Liaoning aircraft carrier sailing during a drill in the South China Sea in 2018. — AFP/VNA Photo

HÀ NỘI — Việt Nam has condemned China’s latest military drill in Hoàng Sa (Paracel) islands as a move against the country’s territorial integrity and regional peace.

The statement was made by Việt Nam’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesperson Lê Thị Thu Hằng on Wednesday over reported Chinese naval exercises and live-fire drills in a part of the Paracels lying within the hotly contested South China Sea (known in Việt Nam as the East Sea) on August 24-29.

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Hoang Sa, Truong Sa – inseparable parts of Vietnam: Foreign Ministry spokesperson

vietnamnet 20/08/2020    22:06 GMT+7

Vietnam has affirmed many times and reiterated that the Hoang Sa (Paracel) and Truong Sa (Spratly) archipelagos are inseparable parts of its territory, Foreign Ministry spokesperson Le Thi Thu Hang has said.

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Foreign Ministry spokesperson Le Thi Thu Hang (Photo: VNA)

She made the statement at a regular press conference of the Foreign Ministry on August 20, in response to media questions on Vietnam’s stance regarding China deploying an H-6J bomber to Phu Lam Island in the Hoang Sa archipelago in early August.

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Vietnam territory: throughout history and in the new era

 07:27 | 03/08/2020 Amy Nguyen translated VietnamTimes

Dr. Tran Cong Truc, with 30 years of experience in border works, including 10 years being the Head of State Border Committee, has directly participated in border delimitation negotiation with other countries as a Vietnam delegate. Vietnam Times proudly introduces Dr. Truc and his colleagues’ series of articles about the process of forming and managing Vietnam territorial borders.

vietnam territory throughout history and in the new era
A statue of Ly Thuong Kiet.

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South China Sea: Philippine navy chief warns of Chinese ‘provocation’

  • Vice-Admiral Giovanni Bacordo calls for diplomatic protest against presence of two Chinese research ships near the disputed energy-rich Reed Bank
  • Chinese navy has been trying to provoke its Philippine counterparts into firing ‘the first shot’, he says

Raissa Robles

Raissa Robles Published: 11:00pm, 10 Aug, 2020

A protest in Manila against China’s actions in the South China Sea. Photo: EPA
A protest in Manila against China’s actions in the South China Sea. Photo: EPA

The Philippine navy chief has called for a diplomatic protest to be filed against the presence of two Chinese research ships in a disputed area of the South China Sea.

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South China Sea: Beijing mobilises invasion craft along coast as Taiwan tensions escalate

NZHearald, Aug. 9, 2020

China's Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesperson Wang Wenbin during a daily briefing at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Beijing. Photo / AP
China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesperson Wang Wenbin during a daily briefing at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Beijing. Photo / AP

As tensions between Taiwan and China continue to escalate, satellite images reportedly show amphibious armoured vehicles and mobile missile launchers massing at military bases near the island nation.

Though Taiwan, a country of 25 million people, is happy as an independent democracy, Beijing insists it is a “breakaway province” and “inviolate” Chinese territory, repeatedly stating it will use force to bring the island back under China’s control.

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Japan and Vietnam ink first patrol ship deal as South China Sea row heats up

A Vietnam Coast Guard crewman looks out near a patrol ship being built at a shipyard in Danang in July 2014. Japan has signed a ¥36.6 billion deal with Vietnam to provide the Southeast Asian country with six patrol boats to boost its maritime law enforcement capabilities. | REUTERS

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Japan has signed a ¥36.6 billion ($345 million) loan agreement with Vietnam to provide the Southeast Asian country with six patrol boats to boost its maritime law enforcement capabilities, as Beijing steps up its claims in the South China Sea.

The deal comes as the United States has toughened its stance against China over what Washington says is Beijing’s “completely unlawful” maritime claims across most of the strategic waterway and its “bullying” of Vietnam and other claimant states in a bid to control offshore resources.

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Why is the South China Sea such a hotspot?

Why are there so many tensions over this body of water? What is the ‘nine-dash line’? And why does it matter to Australia?

By James Massola, The Sidney Morning Herald

AUGUST 3, 2020

Australia’s declaration that there is no legal basis for China’s claims to most of the South China Sea has been a long time coming.

For years, Canberra has carefully urged restraint, called on all states to respect the rules-based international order, insisted that it took no sides in the many competing territorial claims for the sea and urged respect for a 2016 international court ruling on the status of disputed features of the South China Sea.

But the decision to say there is no legal basis for China’s claim to 90 per cent of the islands and waters – which fall within the so-called “nine-dash line” – is part of a gradual change in Australia’s approach to the dispute, and one that is likely to be quietly welcomed by neighbouring countries in south-east Asia.

Australian Defence Force ships in the South China Sea during the Regional Presence Deployment 2020.
Australian Defence Force ships in the South China Sea during the Regional Presence Deployment 2020.CREDIT:ROYAL AUSTRALIAN NAVY

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Trump Issues Executive Orders Against Chinese Owners Of TikTok And WeChat

Aug 6, 2020,09:51pm EDT

Jack Brewster Forbes Staff Business I’m a news reporter for Forbes.

Updated Aug 6, 2020, 10:33pm EDT

President Trump signed an executive order on Thursday that will prohibit Americans from doing business with ByteDance, the company that owns TikTok, and a similar order that bans transactions involving WeChat, a social messaging app, with its owner, Tencent, beginning September 20, in an effort to bar the China-owned social media platforms from the U.S. due to national security concerns.

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Mỹ quan ngại hoạt động ‘gây bất ổn’ của Trung Quốc ở Biển Đông

07/08/2020    09:03 GMT+7 vietnamnet

Điện đàm với người đồng cấp Trung Quốc, Bộ trưởng Quốc phòng Mỹ đã bày tỏ quan ngại về hoạt động ‘gây bất ổn’ của Bắc Kinh ở Biển Đông và gần Đài Loan.

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Theo hãng tin Reuters, thông tin trên được Lầu Năm Góc công bố hôm 6/8. Đây là cuộc điện đàm đầu tiên giữa ông Esper và Bộ trưởng Quốc phòng Trung Quốc Ngụy Phượng Hòa kể từ tháng 3 tới nay. Cuộc điện đàm diễn ra trong lúc quan hệ hai bên đang ở mức thấp nhất trong hàng chục năm qua.

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