Japan-Vietnam establish special marine cooperation to counter China in the South China Sea

Japan-Vietnam establish special marine cooperation to counter China in the South China Sea

Hanoi: Japan and Vietnam have signed a special marine cooperation agreement to cease the Chinese expansion in the South China Sea. Japanese Defence Minister Takeshi Iwaya informed that the Vietnamese cooperation will play a vital role to establish peace and stability in this region. Since the last few years, Japan has taken rapid steps to […]

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Indonesia sinks 51 foreign fishing boats in South China Sea

Indonesia sinks 51 foreign fishing boats in South China Sea

Bali: The issue of rights over the South China Sea, is acquiring serious proportions, as now, even Indonesia has become aggressive following China, Philippines and Vietnam. Indonesia sank 51 foreign fishing boats, including Chinese boats, illegally fishing in its marine limits. Indonesia said that this action was to deliver a jolt to these countries sending […]

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Japan and Vietnam agree to work together for the security of South China Sea, announces the Japanese PM

Japan and Vietnam agree to work together for the security of South China Sea, announces the Japanese PM

Tokyo: Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe declared that Japan will cooperate with Vietnam to establish peace and stability in the South China Sea so that there can be freedom of navigation in the region. At the same time, the Japanese Prime Minister announced a financial aid of $ 12.5 million to Vietnam. The Prime Minster […]

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China restless due to the US Aircraft Carrier USS Carl Vinson’s visit to Vietnam

China restless due to the US Aircraft Carrier USS Carl Vinson’s visit to Vietnam

Beijing: “China being upset with the visit of the US aircraft carrier ‘USS Carl Vinson’ to Vietnam cannot be avoided. China is watching the deployment of the US warship in Vietnam,” criticised ‘Global Times’ the mouthpiece of the Chinese government. This happens to be the second visit by ‘USS Carl Vinson’ to the ‘South China […]

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Vietnamese President praises India’s ‘Act East’ policy

Vietnamese President praises India’s ‘Act East’ policy

New Delhi : Vietnamese President ‘Tran Dai Quang’ emphatically expressed his country’s stand supporting the freedom of navigation from the Indian Ocean to the Pacific Ocean. At the same time, he wholeheartedly praised the ‘Act East’ policy adopted by the Indian government. The Vietnamese President claimed that co-operation in political, defence and security is the […]

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India, Vietnam to co-operate for open Indo-Pacific

India, Vietnam to co-operate for open Indo-Pacific

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi indicated stronger co-operation with Vietnam by saying, ‘India and Vietnam will make joint efforts for an open, independent and prosperous Indo-Pacific region. In the Indo-Pacific region, sovereignty and international laws will be respected and disputes will be resolved through dialogue’. Vietnamese President Tran Dai Quang is currently on India […]

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Super Malaria epidemic in South East Asia entire world is at risk, warn researchers

Super Malaria epidemic in South East Asia entire world is at risk, warn researchers

Bangkok : A warning that an epidemic of ‘Super Malaria’, not responding to any available medicine or treatment, is spreading fast in the South East Asia, has been indicated by ‘Lancet Journal’ a leading magazine in the medical field. The entire world would be at risk if the epidemic is not brought under control, warn […]

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‘ONGC Videsh’ gets time extension from Vietnam for oil block exploration in the ‘South China Sea’

‘ONGC Videsh’ gets time extension from Vietnam for oil block exploration in the ‘South China Sea’

New Delhi : The Indian company ‘ONGC Videsh Ltd.’ which has been exploring oil block in the marine area of Vietnam has received a time extension. On the contrary, China has strongly opposed the ongoing exploration activities conducted by the Indian company in the ‘South China Sea.’ Therefore, the time extension provided by Vietnam appears […]

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