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Scientific Workshop “India, Viet Nam, Japan and China: Opportunities and Challenges for Cooperation”

26/01/2015


Scientific Workshop “India, Viet Nam, Japan and China: Opportunities and Challenges for Cooperation”

In the afternoon of 26 January 2015, Institute of Scientific Information collaborated with Centre for Indian Studies to organize a scientific workshop “India, Viet Nam, Japan and China: Opportunities and Challenges for Cooperation”.


Chairmen of the workshop: Assoc. Prof. PhD. Le Van Toan, Director of Centre for Indian Studies; MA. Nguyen Thai Binh, Vice Director in charge of Institute of Scientific Information; Dr. G. Jayachandra Reddy, Director of Centre for South East Asia – Pacific, University of Venkateswara; Dr. S. Manivasakan, Director of Centre for South East Asia and West Asia Studies, University of Mandras.

Attendants of the workshop included cadres, researchers, lecturers from Institute of Scientific Information, Institute of International Relations, Academy of Journalism and Communication, Academy of Politics Region I, and other institutes of Ho Chi Minh National Academy of Politics.

At his presentation, Dr. G. Jayachandra Reddy deeply analyzed Japan – India relation, China – India relation, Viet Nam – India and suggested trends for development of Viet Nam – India relation in economics, politics, culture, education, science, technology, defense – security for benefit, peace and settlement of Viet Nam and India as well as the whole world.

East Sea issue was also raised by Dr. G. Jayachandra Reddy. He gave many natural evidence of geography and history of possessing Truong Sa and Hoang Sa islands and concluded that Viet Nam’s evidence of sovereignty is undeniable. Consequently, to cope with China’s ambition, what should be the solution for Viet Nam? According to Mr. Reddy, one of the important solutions is that Viet Nam needs to enhance relation and to leverage supports of ASEAN Member states, other countries such as India, Japan..., participate in building and developing ports, exploiting gas and oil in order to confirm the appearance and the sovereignty of Viet Nam in East Sea. At the same time, Viet Nam and Philippines, Malaysia...need more efforts to solve conflicts in East Sea.

(Centre for Indian Studies)

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