Japan, Vietnam agree on maritime safety co-operation

TOKYO — Leaders of Japan and Vietnam have agreed to bolster co-operation in maritime safety and defence as they expressed shared concern over China’s growing activity in the South China Sea. Vietnamese President Tran Dai Quang (CHAN DIE KWANG …
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