Flashpoint in East Viet Nam Sea and int’l community responsibility 16:31 | 29/06/2014

VGP - Dr Subhash Kapila from India affirmed that the current flashpoint in the East Viet Nam Sea owes its origin to China’s two major acts of aggression against Viet Nam in the last quarter of the 20th Century, namely the capture of the Paracel islands in 1974 and the Spratly islands partially in 1988.

Maps show VN's sovereignty over Hoang Sa, Truong Sa 18:34 | 27/06/2014
VGP - The following maps, published by China, Viet Nam and foreign countries, all show that the southernmost part of China is Hainan island.
Philippine scholar: China violates int’l commitments 11:18 | 27/06/2014
VGP – Many people once expected that China’s development would bring back positive effects on the region but disappointment, doubt, and worry have gradually emerged.
VN rejects China’s new “cow tongue” map 19:28 | 26/06/2014
VGP – Viet Nam rejects China’s new vertical map that includes a cow tongue line covering nearly the entire East Viet Nam Sea, said Foreign Ministry’s Spokesperson Le Hai Binh at a press conference on June 26.
Chinese ships maintain aggressive acts in VN’s waters 20:15 | 24/06/2014
VGP - China on June 24 sent 102 – 108 vessels, including six military ships, to protect its oil rig that is illegally stationed in Viet Nam’s waters, continuing aggressive acts to harass Vietnamese ships, according to the Viet Nam Fisheries Resources Surveillance Department. 
VN legislature condemns China’s wrongful acts 15:00 | 24/06/2014
VGP - The Viet Nam National Assembly has issued a communiqué, clarifying Viet Nam’s just stance and rebuking China’s provocations in the East Sea.
Chinese ships damage Vietnamese fisheries surveillance vessel 21:05 | 23/06/2014
VGP - The Chinese side on June 23 continued harassing Vietnamese law enforcement authorities operating in Viet Nam’s waters, according to the Viet Nam Fisheries Surveillance Department.
China deploys six military ships to protect illicit rig 05:58 | 22/06/2014

VGP - China on June 21 maintained 118 ships, including six military ships, to guard its oil rig Haiyang Shiyou-981 illegally standing in Viet Nam’s waters, according to the Viet Nam Fisheries Surveillance Department.

Chinese aircraft intimidate Vietnamese law enforcement vessels 22:28 | 20/06/2014

VGP - Chinese military aircraft on June 20 flew at a low altitude above Vietnamese law enforcement vessels operating near the place where China illegally places its drilling rig Haiyang Shiyou-981 inside Viet Nam’s waters, according the Viet Nam News Agency.

State President: No concession on territorial sovereignty 22:19 | 20/06/2014
VGP – State President Truong Tan Sang declared that NO ONE, NO COUNTRY can force Viet Nam to make concessions on territorial sovereignty.