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Remarks by Amb. Dang Dinh Quy, President of the Diplomatic Academy of Viet Nam, at the 7th South China Sea International Workshop “Cooperation for Regional Security and Development”


South China Sea Young Leaders

7th International Conference on the South China Sea


South China Sea Young Leaders Program

-David Fitzsimmons

-Liu Chang

-Angela Poh

-Gregoire-Francois Legault

-Nguyen Ngoc Lan

-Lim KhengSwe

-Tran Thi Ngoc Suong

-Truong Minh HuyVu


The Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam (DAV), The Foundation for East Sea Studies (FESS) and the Vietnam Lawyers’ Association (VLA) are pleased to host the 7th South China Sea International Conference: “Cooperation for Regional Security and Development” on November 23-24, 2015 in Vung Tau city, Viet Nam. This 7th Gathering aims to provide participants a special opportunity to assess the current situation in the South China Sea from an interdisciplinary perspective and to discuss measures to maintain peace and stability and promote cooperation in the region.


Prof. Robert Beckman, Director of Center of International Law, National University of Singapore  

This presentation argues that as a way forward, the claimant States should agree to “set aside the sovereignty and boundary delimitation disputes” and cooperate on matters such as sustainable management of fisheries, protection of the marine environment and marine scientific research. It argues that the claimants should also cooperate to prevent and manage potential threats to maritime security in the South China Sea. It further argues that cooperation should include a serious consideration of establishing joint development arrangements to manage and share the resources in defined areas in the South China Sea. 

The presentation examines the legal basis and rationale for such cooperation. It emphasizes that it is critically important from the outset to specifically provide that any discussions or negotiations on such cooperative arrangements are “without prejudice” to the final resolution of the sovereignty disputes and the final determination of maritime boundaries

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