"South China Sea" is one of the few geographical nouns that cannot be directly translated into Vietnamese, because in Vietnamese, "South China Sea" is called "East China Sea" (Bien Dong). The "Paracel Islands" and "Nansha Islands" claimed by Vietnam cannot be directly translated. It is called Quan Dao Truong Sa (Quan Dao Truong Sa). In the face of China's claim of sovereignty over the nine-dash line in the South China Sea, the Vietnamese dubbed it "ox tongue .
" South_China_Sea_claims_map_svg Photo Credit: VOA Public Domain Countries declare sovereignty over South China Sea On June 23, Japan's "Sankei Shimbun" reported that China intends to make the South China Sea inland waters. Vietnam's Ministry of Foreign Affairs reaffirmed Vietnam's sovereignty over the South China Sea and called for a solution banner design based on international law and the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea. related disputes. Japan has also raised objections to this, and wants to fight China's South China Sea claims side by side with countries in Southeast Asia, Europe and the United States. However, in the Chinese version of NDO on the same day in Vietnam, which is Vietnam's highest-profile official media, it reported that China was conducting military exercises on "Phu Lam Island in Vietnam's Hoang Sa Islands", which violated the "Declaration on the Conduct of Parties in the East China Sea" Spiritually, it also seriously violated Vietnam's sovereignty.
The so-called "Declaration on the Conduct of Parties in the South China Sea", also known as the "Declaration on the Conduct of Parties in the South China Sea", in English is "Declaration on the Conduct of Parties in the South China Sea", hereinafter referred to as "Declaration". The declaration was jointly drafted by Vietnam and the Philippines, and was signed at the 8th ASEAN Summit in 2002 by the then Chinese Premier Zhu Rongji and the heads of ASEAN countries.