31st Sea Games - Vietnam 2021 Covid-19 Pandemic
South China Sea issues test ASEAN-China relations
Indonesia’s foreign minister said ASEAN and China need to continue discussing the Code of Conduct (COC), which progress remains very slow.
20:39, 2021/39/07
Code of Conduct in the South China Sea must be substantive: Vietnam diplomat
Countries express concern that unilateral activities in the South China Sea (called East Sea by Vietnam) recently have increased tensions and eroded trust.
19:55, 2020/55/28
Nice code of conduct in Hanoi pedestrian streets
Hanoi People's Committee is seeking the citizens’ opions to finalize the Regulations on activities in the walking space around Hoan Kiem Lake and the surrounding areas. There are a number of new points in the draft regulations, and the most noticeable one is that it recommends dressing politely and refraining from using indecent language in pedestrian streets around Hoan Kiem Lake. This is not the first time that such recommendations have been made, but this reminder is considered still necessary rather than redundant.
13:07, 2020/07/16
Stakeholders need to prevent unplanned clashes in East Sea: Vietnam diplomat
Geo-strategic competition and militarization in the East Sea continues the change the status quo, and further complicating the situation on the ground.
09:58, 2020/58/14
ASEAN reaffirms position on keeping East Sea peaceful
The 10-member bloc demands the code of conduct (COC) in the South China Sea (called East Sea by Vietnam) be effective and substantive.
14:14, 2020/14/11
Vietnam vows to identify social network users
Identification might be included in a code of conduct which is slated to take effect this year.
14:03, 2020/03/09
ASEAN endeavors to formulate ‘substantive’ COC: Vietnam FM
ASEAN will persistently hold onto its principled position, emphasizing self-restraints, peaceful settlement of all disputes on the basis of international law, including 1982 UNCLOS,
00:25, 2019/25/06
Vietnam to champion ‘cohesive’ ASEAN in 2020 amid more assertive China
The ASEAN chair is by tradition expected to show restraint and place the region’s interests before its own.
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