International conference on East Sea wraps up in Da Nang

Vietnamese and foreign scholars, academics, and diplomats assessed the situation in the East Sea and sought solutions to build trust and address disputes to maintain peace and stability in the sea at the two-day 10thinternational conference on the East Sea that wrapped up in Da Nang on Friday.

Many scholars shared the view that the activity of reinforcing force-building and militarization in the sea poses the biggest risk of uncertainty to the region as it is happening fast. Discussing measures to build trust and maintain peace and stability in the East Sea, scholars said parties concerned should reconsider their demands which are not in accordance with international law, including the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), thereby narrowing disputes and gradually settling disputes by peaceful means.

Source: VOV5

International conference on East Sea wraps up in Da Nang

Vietnamese and foreign scholars, academics, and diplomats assessed the situation in the East Sea and sought solutions to build trust and address disputes to maintain peace and stability in the sea at the two-day 10thinternational conference on the East Sea that wrapped up in Da Nang on Friday.

Many scholars shared the view that the activity of reinforcing force-building and militarization in the sea poses the biggest risk of uncertainty to the region as it is happening fast. Discussing measures to build trust and maintain peace and stability in the East Sea, scholars said parties concerned should reconsider their demands which are not in accordance with international law, including the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), thereby narrowing disputes and gradually settling disputes by peaceful means.

Source: VOV5