China’s Wang Yi tells Vietnam to keep away from magnifying sea dispute

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The international minister says the 2 nations must be vigilant to withstand the intervention of extraterritorial forces within the South China Sea.

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi has instructed a prime Vietnamese official the 2 nations ought to chorus from unilateral actions relating to the South China Sea that would complicate the state of affairs and enlarge disputes.

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Wang was talking with Vietnamese Deputy Prime Minister Pham Binh Minh throughout a go to to Vietnam, the Foreign Ministry mentioned in an announcement on Saturday.

Vietnam is the primary cease of Wang’s four-nation tour of the Asia Pacific area – a move seen as Beijing’s response to the latest go to of US Vice President Kamala Harris to Southeast Asia.

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Wang mentioned the 2 nations ought to cherish the hard-won peace and stability achieved within the South China Sea, and be vigilant to withstand the intervention of extraterritorial forces, the Chinese Foreign Ministry’s assertion mentioned.

According to reviews, Wang was additionally scheduled to fulfill his counterpart Bui Thanh Son in Hanoi earlier than attending a China-Vietnam assembly for bilateral cooperation.

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On Friday, Vietnam introduced that China is donating three million extra doses of COVID-19 vaccine this yr, elevating China’s complete vaccine donations to the Southeast Asian nation to five.7 million doses.

While China and Vietnam have maintained strong financial and diplomatic relations, tensions have additionally erupted lately attributable to their dispute over territories within the South China Sea.

In March, Vietnam’s Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Le Thi Thu Hang complained that Chinese vessels on the Whitsun Reef, which Hanoi calls Da Ba Dau, had infringed on its sovereignty.

China says it has historic sovereignty over many of the waterway, however its neighbours and the United States say that declare has no foundation in worldwide legislation, together with the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, to which China is a signatory.


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