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Vietnam opposes Taiwan’s drills in Truong Sa archipelago

Last update 17:09 | 26/05/2017

Vietnam resolutely opposes China’s Taiwan conducting a number of live-fire exercises in the waters area around Ba Binh island, which belongs to Vietnam’s Truong Sa archipelago.

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Spokesperson of the Foreign Ministry Le Thi Thu Hang

Spokesperson of the Foreign Ministry Le Thi Thu Hang made the assertion on May 26 in reply to reporters’ query on Vietnam’s reaction to the Taiwanese action.

“Vietnam has full historical evidence and legal grounds to prove its sovereignty over Hoang Sa (Paracel) and Truong Sa (Spartly) archipelagos,” she said.

Taiwan’s organisation of drills in Ba Binh area in Vietnam’s Truong Sa archipelago is a serious violation of Vietnam’s sovereignty over the archipelago, threatening peace, stability, security, and safety of navigation, as well as causing tensions and complicating the situation in the East Sea, she added.

“Once again, Vietnam resolutely opposes and demands Taiwan to not repeat similar activities,” she stressed.

VNA

Taiwan’s new facilities on Taiping Island may have military use

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Outpost is part of the Spratly Islands and is also claimed by mainland China, the Philippines and Vietnam.

PUBLISHED : Tuesday, 20 September, 2016, 3:15pm
UPDATED : Wednesday, 21 September, 2016, 12:09am
 Taiwan is building four concrete structures on the disputed ­Taiping Island in the South China Sea, in what might be a facility to increase its military alertness.

The structures, about three to four storeys high, were found to have been built on the coastline of the west side of Taiping surrounding a circular structure still under construction on the shore, ­according to a recent Google Earth map.

Taiping is part of the Spratly Islands and is also claimed by mainland China, the Philippines and Vietnam.

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