Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs Mr. Đặng Đình Quý meet with USSH-Experts

13/09/2016 – Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs Mr.Dang Dinh Quy visited and delivered his public lecture at University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Ho Chi Minh City

Representatives from the University include Prof. Dr. Vo Van Sen (President of University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Ho Chi Minh City), Dr. Truong Minh Huy Vu (Director of Saigon Center for International Studies), Dr. Le Thanh Hoa (Director of Research Center for East Sea), Prof. Dr. Tran Nam Tien (Deputy Director of Research Center for East Sea), Mr. Nguyen The Trung (Deputy Director of Center for Strategic and Policy- CSS), Dr. Dao Minh Hong (Faculty of International Relations) and lectures, researchers from the University.



 

 

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Starting the lecture, Mr. Dang Dinh Quy presented general perspectives of national-state interests in modern time, involving six vital interests documented in Resolution of National Assembly VIII (The Ninth) and Resolution 28 (The Fourteenth), and other extensions are being discussed. Though, development goals are supposed to be the most strategic interests of Vietnam, following by national security and defense objectives (defending sovereignty), guaranteeing human security, connecting with bringing into Vietnam’s traditions, and upgrading national standings in the word.



 

 

Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs Mr.Dang Dinh Quy. Photo: Việt Thành


Talking about external security challenges, Mr. Dang Dinh Quy asserted the importance of foreign policy and relationships with core partnerships. As explaining for this claim, Mr. Quy mentioned the instability of world, and changes in other nations’ policies. Then, when Vietnam remains the constancy in international relations with strategic partnerships, the influences from external factors will be constrained. Vietnam has so far established the relationship with 15 strategic partnerships, with 10 comprehensive partnerships and 2 special relations (with Lao and Cambodia).



 

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At discussion session, Dr. Truong Minh Huy Vu revealed that the works of SCIS will focus on logically analyzing Chinese and US relations to Vietnam. Besides, Vietnam – ASEAN relationship and East Sea affairs are also significant research issues of SCIS and other international research center in the Southern. Prof. Vo Van Sen proposed some suggestions about relationships between Vietnam and other major countries. Vietnam is in the intensive situation with the pulling from both U.S and China. If we lost our balanced condition, we will be tentatively involved in external relation crisis as former experiences.


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Mr. Dang Dinh Quy also shared with participants about important orientations in international research. This visit is basically for enhancing academic exchange activities among two departments. 


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