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    Russia - Vietnam Strategic Relationship

    Post  Vladimir79 on Sat Oct 31, 2009 5:31 pm

    Ulyanovsk Automobile Plant plans to triple in 2010, the supply of vehicles for law enforcement agencies in VietNam

    October 27, 2009



    ITAR-TASS. Ulyanovsk Automobile Plant plans to triple in 2010, the supply of vehicles for security forces in Vietnam. This was reported by the press office of the Government of the Ulyanovsk region.


    "In 2009, the Ulyanovsk Automobile Plant will supply to the power structures of Vietnam about 300 cars UAZ, in 2010 set a goal of increasing the volume of deliveries three times - up to 1 thousand machines" - the press service of the government of the region.

    In Vietnam International Industrial Exhibition, held in Hanoi from 20-24 October, the delegation of the Ulyanovsk region held a number of business negotiations, also hosted a presentation of economic and investment potential of the region. The main topic of negotiations was the strengthening of trade relations between Vietnam and the Ulyanovsk region, expansion of exports and the resumption of imports of Vietnamese goods in the Ulyanovsk region.


    According to first deputy head of the Government of the Ulyanovsk region Pinkova Alexander, at the recent meeting in Hanoi, Vietnam-Russia Intergovernmental Commission on trade-economic and scientific-technical cooperation between the company Ilyushin Finance Co. "and" Vietnam Airlines "signed a protocol of intent to acquire the liner Tu -204 production Ulyanovsk aviation plant Aviastar-SP.


    The meeting also noted the need to focus on the implementation of joint Russo-Vietnamese projects in the field of mechanical engineering - especially in organizing the production of Russian vehicles and components in Vietnam, "stressed the press service of the Government of the Ulyanovsk region.

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    Post  Vladimir79 on Sat Oct 31, 2009 5:34 pm

    Shipbuilding for the shelf

    The working visit to Viet Nam, Minister of Industry and Trade of Russia Viktor Khristenko visited industrial sites Russian companies

    Viktor Khristenko met with the leadership of the joint Russo-Vietnamese company Vetsovperto "and the Vietnamese State Oil and Gas Corporation Petrovietnam. Russia minister inspected the offshore and onshore facilities JV Vietsovpetro, as well as offshore fields developed by the company.

    Previously, October 20, members 13th meeting of the Russia-Vietnam Intergovernmental Commission on Trade, Economic, Scientific and Technological Cooperation chaired by Viktor Khristenko and his Vietnamese counterparts Vu Huy Hoang said the key position of ECPs in the development of bilateral relations. As the then Minister of Russia, many years of working effectively JV Vietsovpetro, which accounts for almost half the oil in Vietnam. In this regard, the sides discussed prospects of cooperation in the field of shipbuilding for the development of the shelf.

    http://www.minprom.gov.ru/press/release/showNewsIssue?url=activity/inter/news/244

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    Vietnam signs protocols to purchase Sukhoi Superjet-100

    Post  Vladimir79 on Sat Oct 31, 2009 5:37 pm

    Airlines VetDzhet may buy planes Sukhoi Superjet-100


    As part of the 13th meeting of the Russia-Vietnam Intergovernmental Commission for Trade-Economic and Scientific and Technological Cooperation Company "Sukhoi Civil Aircraft (SCAC) and the new Vietnamese airline" VetDzhet "in the presence of the Minister of Industry and Trade Minister Viktor Khristenko signed a protocol of understanding.
    This document confirms the readiness of the Vietnam Airlines to consider buying planes Sukhoi Superjet-100.
    According to the Director General "VetDzhet" Nguyen Dac Tam, "today we have signed a protocol with Sukhoi Civil Aircraft - the company that we believe is one of the most promising manufacturers of regional aircraft. Our analysis of existing products, said that the Sukhoi Superjet 100 could be effective complement to our future fleet.

    http://www.aviationtoday.ru/news9235.html

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    Re: Russia - Vietnam Strategic Relationship

    Post  milky_candy_sugar on Sat Oct 31, 2009 8:27 pm

    Yeah....speaking about Vietsopetro, the russian engineers working at those offshore facilities created their own town next to the Vung Tau city. There are many russians in Vietnam

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    Re: Russia - Vietnam Strategic Relationship

    Post  Vladimir79 on Sat Oct 31, 2009 8:39 pm

    milky_candy_sugar wrote:Yeah....speaking about Vietsopetro, the russian engineers working at those offshore facilities created their own town next to the Vung Tau city. There are many russians in Vietnam

    Not suprised, we are heavily involved in energy exploration. I was there in 2006 in regards to it and it just keeps growing.

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    Post  milky_candy_sugar on Sat Oct 31, 2009 8:46 pm

    You were in Vietnam in 2006 ? O_o

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    Re: Russia - Vietnam Strategic Relationship

    Post  Vladimir79 on Sun Nov 01, 2009 7:00 pm

    milky_candy_sugar wrote:You were in Vietnam in 2006 ? O_o

    Sure was, when I worked for OM3 I was responsible for negotiating a contract for KSD-1750GR mining cone crushers. We delivered to company TAN DAI LAO in Lam Dong province.

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    Re: Russia - Vietnam Strategic Relationship

    Post  milky_candy_sugar on Sun Nov 01, 2009 7:01 pm

    Cool! How was it? welcome

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    Post  Vladimir79 on Sun Nov 01, 2009 8:15 pm

    milky_candy_sugar wrote:Cool! How was it? welcome

    Much nicer than the lowlands, the elevation cools things off, the people were friendlier than China. The area is more developed than many would expect. Da Lat is a hub of technology. I really think it is one of the best places in Vietnam.

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    Re: Russia - Vietnam Strategic Relationship

    Post  milky_candy_sugar on Mon Nov 02, 2009 12:41 pm

    Had you been to Hanoi? My city will celebrate it's 1000 years as Vietnamese capital next year ! Smile But it had been present since neolithics....

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    Petrovietnam signed a strategic partnership agreement with Gazprom

    Post  milky_candy_sugar on Tue Jan 26, 2010 12:52 pm

    On December 15th 2009, during the working visit by the Prime Minister to Moscow, in the presence of Vladimir Putin, Prime Minister of the Russian Federation and Nguyen Tan Dung, Prime Minister of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, Mr. Phung Dinh Thuc, General Director of Vietnam National Oil and Gas Group (Petrovietnam) and Mr. Miller A.B, general director of Gazprom signed a Strategic Partnership Agreement and a contract to establish Gazpromviet Joint Venture Company (in Russia).
    Under the signed agreements, Gazprom and Petrovietnam confirm that the cooperation relation between two big economic groups has been heightened to a strategic level. The two sides are determined to promote the investment cooperation in all oil and gas fields, especially gas, from search, exploration to production, processing, storing, transport and distribution of gas and petroleum products; strengthen and promote cooperation in fields of scientific research and training with Russian partners.
    The establishment of Gazpromviet Joint Venture Company shall facilitate research and petroleum cooperation opportunities in Russia (including East Siberia, East Russia, etc.) as well as in third countries. Previously, general director of Petrovietnam had specific meetings to discuss specific projects and cooperation agreements with General Director of Gazprom as well as Mr. Igor Ivanovich Sechin, Russian Deputy Prime Minister in charge of energy issues.
    Also during the visit, in the presence of two Prime Ministers, Petrovietnam signed a memorandum with Inter RAO. Accordingly, Inter RAO shall consider, evaluate and assess its participation in projects invested by Petrovietnam.
    In the common conclusion of the discussion meeting, two Prime Ministers once again reaffirmed the cooperation in energy – petroleum field has been playing a strategic role which helps boost economic, commercial and investment cooperation between the two countries as well as strengthen the traditional relation between two states and Russian-Vietnamese people. They also agreed to create the most favorable condition for enterprises of two states to expand their relation and investment cooperation projects, especially in oil and gas field between Petrovietnam and Gazprom as well as other partners of Russia.
    Some subsidiary companies of Petrovietnam (PVI and PVC) signed specific cooperation agreements with their partners during the Prime Minister’s visit.
    Attended the delegation led by the Prime Minister was Mr. Dinh La Thang, member of the Central Party Committee, Chairman of management board of Petrovietnam.


    http://english.pvn.vn/?portal=news&page=detail&category_id=11&id=517


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    Russia - Vietnam

    Post  Pyrrus on Wed Aug 07, 2013 6:58 pm

    I was trying to find these news in English, but apparently Polish and English language version of "Voice of Russia" consist different content. This is why I had to translate them on my own. First one:

    "Vietnamese officers and soldiers will be trained in Russia, right now the plan has been approved by the Russian Defence Minister, army general Sergei Shoigu  and his Vietnamese colleague, army general Phung Quang Thanh.

    Shoigu said that the development of military-technical cooperation is the matter of interest of both the Russian industry and the Vietnamese side."
    http://polish.ruvr.ru/2013_08_07/Wietnamscy-zolnierze-beda-szkoleni-w-Rosji/

    the second one: "Shoigu: relations with Vietnam are one of the priorities of Russian foreign policy - said Russia's defense minister Sergei Shoigu during the meeting in Moscow with his Vietnamese counterpart Phung Quang Thanh.

    He stressed that the two countries are making every effort to enhance the cooperation in the areas such as the training of the staff, science researches, and the establishing a strategic dialogue on the missile defense. 'In addition, Vietnam is one of the major importers of Russian's weapons' - said Shoigu."
    http://polish.ruvr.ru/2013_08_07/Szojgu-stosunku-z-Wietnamem-sa-jednym-z-priorytetow-Rosji/

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    Russia - Vietnam strategic partnership:

    Post  George1 on Sun Jun 08, 2014 2:01 am

    Russia, Vietnam boost co-operation - Russian FM Lavrov

    Russia and Vietnam are developing actively co-operation spreading it on new spheres, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said at talks with Vietnamese counterpart Pham Binh Minh in the Vietnamese capital on Wednesday.

    "Our partnership is developing actively spreading on new spheres of bilateral relations and co-operation on international scene," he said.

    "I am glad to be in Vietnam and enjoy your hospitality," Lavrov noted. In his words, Russia hopes to consider progress of fulfilling the agreements reached by the leaders of the two countries.

    For his part, the Vietnamese foreign minister noted that Hanoi "gives major importance to the current visit of the Russian minister." "This is a good opportunity to discuss all aspects of our strategic co-operation," Pham Binh Minh said, adding that "We hope for intensification of co-operation in all spheres.

    Vietnam praises Russia's contribution to global stability - Vietnamese FM

    Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov’s visit to Vietnam will facilitate strategic partnership, Vietnam’s senior government official said.

    Upcoming consultations "will give us a good opportunity to determine ways to specify Russia-Vietnam strategic partnership. We’ll discuss the implementation of the agreements, reached during Russian President Vladimir Putin’s official visit to Hanoi in November 2013," Vietnamese Vice-Premier, Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh said TASS on Tuesday.

    Special attention will be paid to major projects in the oil, gas and energy sectors. The ministers will consider ways of expanding inter-ministerial cooperation for contributing to effective development between the two countries, he said.

    The talks will focus on global and regional issues of mutual interest, particularly, on cooperation within the UN and ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations), Pham Binh Minh said.

    Vietnam praises Russia’s efforts aimed at maintaining peace and stability round the world, he said.

    "Peace, stability and prosperity in the Asia Pacific Region promote the interests of all countries, including Vietnam and Russia," Pham Binh Minh said.

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    Re: Russia - Vietnam Strategic Relationship

    Post  higurashihougi on Fri Aug 22, 2014 2:26 pm

    An article on rusplt.ru about Vietnamese army and Russia - Vietnam relationship. Author: Aleksandr Khramchikhin

    http://rusplt.ru/world/armiya-vetnama-nash-idealnyiy-soyuznik-11912.html (in Russian)

    Most of the article describe the weapons in PAVN's assets and the author concluded that Vietnam have many potential but most of the weapon systems are old or outdated.

    The last part of the article the author said that Russia-VN relationship is similar to Russia-India. He supported an Moskva - Hanoi - Delhi bloc against China and criticized the Russia-China relationship which push Hanoi and Dehli further from Moskva and closer to Washington instead. Technology-military cooperation is the only foundation to maintain India - Russia - Vietnam relationships.

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    Re: Russia - Vietnam Strategic Relationship

    Post  Viktor on Fri Aug 22, 2014 2:41 pm

    higurashihougi wrote:An article on rusplt.ru about Vietnamese army and Russia - Vietnam relationship. Author: Aleksandr Khramchikhin

    http://rusplt.ru/world/armiya-vetnama-nash-idealnyiy-soyuznik-11912.html (in Russian)

    Most of the article describe the weapons in PAVN's assets and the author concluded that Vietnam have many potential but most of the weapon systems are old or outdated.

    The last part of the article the author said that Russia-VN relationship is similar to Russia-India. He supported an Moskva - Hanoi - Delhi bloc against China and criticized the Russia-China relationship which push Hanoi and Dehli further from Moskva and closer to Washington instead. Technology-military cooperation is the only foundation to maintain India - Russia - Vietnam relationships.

    That wont work because Russia needs China to counter USA. India and Vietnam are just to weak still but the aim of Russia is to make Russia-China-India-Vietnam alliance and for that

    reason all the territorial problems needs to be solved. China and India agreeed to start negotiation under Russian influence and this thing with Vietnam needs to be settleed once and

    for all but the story there is far more complex and US will there seek to exploit situation to its own advantage putting this time Japan in the first row exploiting its influence in the region.

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    Re: Russia - Vietnam Strategic Relationship

    Post  AlfaT8 on Fri Aug 22, 2014 2:58 pm

    higurashihougi wrote:An article on rusplt.ru about Vietnamese army and Russia - Vietnam relationship. Author: Aleksandr Khramchikhin

    http://rusplt.ru/world/armiya-vetnama-nash-idealnyiy-soyuznik-11912.html (in Russian)

    Most of the article describe the weapons in PAVN's assets and the author concluded that Vietnam have many potential but most of the weapon systems are old or outdated.

    The last part of the article the author said that Russia-VN relationship is similar to Russia-India. He supported an Moskva - Hanoi - Delhi bloc against China and criticized the Russia-China relationship which push Hanoi and Dehli further from Moskva and closer to Washington instead. Technology-military cooperation is the only foundation to maintain India - Russia - Vietnam relationships.
    Heh, sounds like someone desperately wants to sever the Russo-China alliance by pushing the Russo-India relation, anyway personally i believe Russia is definitely trying to help resolve the China-Vietnam territorial problems, while at the same time trying to break Vietnam away from the TPP with the Silk-road project.  pirat 

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    Re: Russia - Vietnam Strategic Relationship

    Post  higurashihougi on Sat Aug 23, 2014 7:51 am

    The Vietnam-China problem is much more difficult to solve since Vietnam dislike China just like Pakistan dislike India.

    I don't know about China's point of view. But what Vietnam thinks about China are not merely about the disputed islands. It is about the tragedy and destruction in the past, disputed sovereignty in the present, and the threat in the future. Vietnamese never forget what China has done to them for the past 2000 years, and with current development there are many Vietnamese suspect that the same thing can happen in the future.

    Therefore things have to be done are not simply about the issues of disputed islands. It is about building mutual trust from ground zero.

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    Post  Hannibal Barca on Sat Aug 23, 2014 10:05 am

    If Turkey and Greece or France and Germany or Germany and England or Italy and Spain etc or the Eastern quasi-countries or Japan to USA put aside their differences to unitedly submit under USA hegemony then differences like China and India or China and Vietnam or much more China and Russia or even India and Pakistan is like nothing!
    Only some idiots think than this cannot be sorted out and idiots shall not prevail this time. This countries are too big for a few damn rocks!

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    Re: Russia - Vietnam Strategic Relationship

    Post  George1 on Sat Sep 06, 2014 3:04 pm

    Russia-Vietnam Bilateral Talks Bolster Industrial Cooperation

    MOSCOW, September 6 (RIA Novosti) - Russia will supply two Sukhoi Superjets to Vietnam, as agreed at the 17th session of the Russia-Vietnam Inter-Governmental Commission, where the two countries discussed collaboration on several industrial projects, Russia's Deputy Industry and Trade Minister Viktor Evtukhov said Saturday.

    "In these negotiations good progress has been made in almost all sectors. The main project is to deliver the flagship of the Russian aircraft plane Sukhoi Superjet to two Vietnamese airlines: Vietnam Airlines and VietJet Air. We had silence on this issue for some time, the negotiations seemed to have stalled, but today the Vietnamese side said that the interest in the liner is maintained, and we very much hope that the citizens of Vietnam will soon be able to fly on these comfortable and safe Russian aircrafts," Evtukhov said.

    The two nations' representatives also agreed on joint participation in several shipbuilding, engineering, and light industry projects. As part of one of the joint projects, Russia’s shipbuilding joint stock company Sudoexport to construct civilian ships and marine equipment for Vietnam. Three projects in the light industry are to take place in the Primorsky Krai and the Moscow region, Evtukhov said.

    The 17th session of the Russia-Vietnam Inter-Governmental Commission opened in Vladivostok on Saturday.

    The previous session was held in October 2013 in Hanoi, where 17 cooperative agreements were signed.

    The total trade turnover between Russia and Vietnam in 2013 amounted to $3.9 billion, up 8.5 percent from the same period in 2012.

    Russian First Deputy Prime Minister Igor Shuvalov said cooperation in the fields of energy, science and education, as well as the use of national currencies to support trade were discussed during the committee meeting.

    Evtukhov said the meeting helped strengthen the ties between Russia and Vietnam, and develop new joint industrial projects.

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    Re: Russia - Vietnam Strategic Relationship

    Post  higurashihougi on Sat Sep 06, 2014 3:24 pm

    http://soha.vn/quoc-te/viet-nga-chuan-bi-khai-thac-dau-khi-tai-bac-cuc-20140906132426003.htm

    English translation wrote:
    Vietnam and Russia prepared to exploited oil and natural gas in the Arctic

    According to RIA, Russian company Rosneft will have 2/3 of the shared stocks in the project. National Gas Corporation of Vietnam (PetroVietnam) will have the rest. Totat estimated cost of this project is 1,5 mil. USD.

    Rosneft and Petroviet has established two jointed projecst about exploiting gas and oil on Pechora Sea. This information was annouced by  Rosneft on Friday.

    "Rosneft and PetroVietnam had an agreement about a jointed stock company for operation on two areas on the Pechora Sea. Total natural resources in these area are estimated as 367 million tons oi and 64 billion cubic meter natural gas", Rosneft said. "Both sides have achieved many experiences from the previous mutually beneficial cooperations."

    Rosneft also said that PetroVietnam are eager to participate in new Russian projects and facilitate the projects on Asian-Pacific market.

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    Re: Russia - Vietnam Strategic Relationship

    Post  GarryB on Mon Sep 08, 2014 12:52 pm

    The secret is to make it about a brighter future of trade and closer cultural links rather than about history.

    Obviously very easy to say.


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    Re: Russia - Vietnam Strategic Relationship

    Post  George1 on Tue Sep 09, 2014 4:14 pm

    Russia and Vietnam signed an agreement for delivery of Sukhoi SuperJet 100 aircraft
    Russian Aviaton » Tuesday September 9, 2014 17:57 MSK

    Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade of Russia, Viktor Evtukhov, said that Russia and Vietnam signed an agreement for delivery of Sukhoi SuperJet 100 aircraft to two Vietnamese carriers, Gazeta.ru reports. The document was signed at the 17th meeting of Russia-Vietnam intergovernmental commission.

    «We have signed the agreement for delivery of Russian state-of-the-art Sukhoi SuperJet 100 aircraft to two Vietnamese carriers: Vietnam Airlines and VietJet Air», — Evtukhov said.

    He noted that negotiations on this matter have been put on hold for some time.

    «It looked like the negotiations got stuck, but now the Vietnamese party said that it is still interested in the aircraft. And we hope that they will be able to start operation of Russian safe and comfortable airliners soon», — Evtukhov added.

    The number of jets to be delivered and delivery dates have not been unveiled.

    It was reported earlier that Russia agreed with Laos on delivery of three Sukhoi SuperJet 100 liners; ten more aircraft of the type will be delivered to Indonesia.

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    Re: Russia - Vietnam Strategic Relationship

    Post  type055 on Fri Sep 26, 2014 2:19 pm

    higurashihougi wrote:The Vietnam-China problem is much more difficult to solve since Vietnam dislike China just like Pakistan dislike India.

    I don't know about China's point of view. But what Vietnam thinks about China are not merely about the disputed islands. It is about the tragedy and destruction in the past, disputed sovereignty in the present, and the threat in the future. Vietnamese never forget what China has done to them for the past 2000 years, and with current development there are many Vietnamese suspect that the same thing can happen in the future.

    Therefore things have to be done are not simply about the issues of disputed islands. It is about building mutual trust from ground zero.



    Yes dispute island problem is hard to solve , from China point of view , both government and pubic think it's Chinese territory, pubic think government is too weak, China is bullying by Vietnam. navy should take a military operation to get back our islands. I think the government is waiting first fire from Vietnam. Chinese pubic are too arrogant, I know .
    this problem is from ROC (Taiwan) in ROC times ROC think the whole south China sea is our territory ,until now both ROC and PRC have same point of view .

    nowadays Chinese people know a little about Vietnam, especially people live in northern part (like me my hometown is near north korea)
    Could u ask me a question

    1 how does your history book write Vietnam-China history in past 2000 years?

    2 how's the relationship between Vietnam and Thailand?

    3 how does Vietnam public see Vietnam communism party?


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    Re: Russia - Vietnam Strategic Relationship

    Post  GarryB on Sat Sep 27, 2014 9:54 am

    My vote Type 055...

    Interesting and very relevant post... looking forward to answers...


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    Re: Russia - Vietnam Strategic Relationship

    Post  higurashihougi on Sat Sep 27, 2014 12:35 pm

    type055 wrote:both government and pubic think it's Chinese territory,  pubic think government is too weak, China is bullying by Vietnam

    Hanoi is different from Kyiv or Tbilisi. The goverment is very stable, the fifth columnists are damn weak and unorganized, and the public DO NOT WANT ANY WAR.

    China is huge and is a very strong global power, while Vietnam is a small country. It is clearly that Vietnam has no intention to "bully" China.

    type055 wrote:1  how does  your history  book write Vietnam-China  history in past 2000 years?

    2 how's the relationship between Vietnam and Thailand?

    3 how does  Vietnam public see Vietnam communism party?

    1) The main theme is anti-imperialism. For example, China's invasion against Vietnam or other countries are heavily criticized. But China's patriotic movements against Mongols, Manchu, Japan facists... are strongly praised.

    Something you can frequently see in a Marxist history book.

    2)Aside from the long-time rivalry between Vietnam's national soccer team and Thailand's national soccer team, there is no problem, no issue, no hostility.

    3)The people don't care about politics.

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