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Monday, January 30, 2023
Tags: Permanent Court of Arbitration
Vietnam appreciates PCAs role in peacefully addressing intl disputes Vietnam appreciates PCA’s role in peacefully addressing int’l disputes
Vietnam always treasures and appreciates the role of the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) in assisting countries to peacefully settle international disputes by arbitration procedures and international conciliation, Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh has told PCA Secretary General Marcin Czepelak.
Permanent Court of Arbitrations office opens in Hà Nội Permanent Court of Arbitration’s office opens in Hà Nội
Minister of Foreign Affairs Bui Thanh Son and Secretary-General of the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) Marcin Czepelak on November 24 cut the ribbon to inaugurate the PCA representative office in Hanoi where the nameplate reads "House of Peace".
PM hosts Secretary-General of Permanent Court of Arbitration PM hosts Secretary-General of Permanent Court of Arbitration
Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh received visiting Secretary-General of the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) Marcin Czepelak in Hanoi on November 21.
Vietnam wants contents violating its sovereignty in South China Sea amended removed Vietnam wants contents violating its sovereignty in South China Sea amended, removed
Any content containing information that violates Vietnam’s territory and sovereignty is “null and void,” spokesperson for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Le Thi Thu Hang commented at a press briefing held on August 25 in Hanoi.
Vietnam successfully affirms its position on international legal map Vietnam successfully affirms its position on international legal map
Deputy Foreign Minister Pham Quang Hieu spoke to The gioi & Viet Nam (The World and Viet Nam Report) online newspaper about Vietnam’s active participation in the field of international law and the strategy of raising the country's voice in this field, contributing to improving national prestige and position.
Order in East Sea should be built on basis of 1982 UNCLOS: intl conference Order in East Sea should be built on basis of 1982 UNCLOS: int’l conference
Experts at the 13th South China Sea International Conference on November 19 shared the view on the significance of building order in the East Sea (internationally known as South China Sea) based on international law, especially the 1982 United Nations on the Law of the Sea.
Vietnams efforts in maintenance of international peace and security Vietnam’s efforts in maintenance of international peace and security
With its foreign policy of peace, independence, self-reliance, respecting and committing to the principles and noble objectives of the United Nations (UN), Vietnam wishes to make more contributions to the common efforts of the international community in upholding international law and the UN Charter and promoting the role of the UN and multilateral institutions, especially in the maintenance of international peace and security. This article reviews Vietnam’s efforts in fulfillment of the UN’s common goals of maintenance of international peace and security as well as its guidelines, policies and actions on the issue.
Vietnam affirms clear consistent stance on settlement of East Sea disputes Vietnam affirms clear, consistent stance on settlement of East Sea disputes
Vietnam’s stance on the settlement of disputes in the East Sea is clear and consistent, spokeswoman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Le Thi Thu Hang on July 12.
Vietnam rejects Chinas statement on sovereignty over Truong Sa islands Vietnam rejects China’s statement on sovereignty over Truong Sa islands
Vietnam rejects all contents of the statement made by the Chinese spokesperson on sovereignty over Truong Sa (Spratly) archipelago on November 8.
The South China Sea conflicts in 2017 The South China Sea conflicts in 2017
The tension in the South China Sea (called the East Sea in Vietnam) in 2017 is considered lower than in previous years. The Chairman’s statement of the 31st ASEAN Summit on November 13, 2017, took note of the improving relations between ASEAN and China in relation to the South China Sea matter. How should this improvement be explained? What are main factors affecting that improvement? Are the South China Sea disputes being managed? To answer those questions, the main events into this region must be taken in consideration.

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