Japan, Vietnam agree on maritime safety cooperation

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