Vietnam sends ship to track Chinese vessel patrolling Russian gas field in EEZ
A Vietnamese ship monitored a Chinese Coast Guard vessel on Saturday in a Russian-operated gas field in Vietnam’s South China Sea exclusive economic zone (EEZ), data show – the latest Chinese patrol in a pattern stretching more than a year.
Why Vietnam’s UN abstention on Ukraine was a rational move
The country’s domestic political structure emphasizes continuity in foreign policy, and changes its stance only when there is a clear benefit in doing so.
Top spenders Russia skip Vietnam as tourism struggles in 2022
Russians have this year shunned Vietnam, traditionally a popular retreat for its travellers, with a war-induced halt on direct flights and the appeal of rival destinations among factors that have kept its biggest-spending visitors at bay.
Russia, Vietnam slowly but surely parting strategic ways
Hanoi is now openly diversifying its weaponry purchases away from Moscow, an emerging break driven by the war in Ukraine.
Vietnam’s UN abstention casts doubt on its commitment to principle
By refraining from condemning Russia’s attempts to annex four regions of Ukraine, the country signaled its continued prioritization of national interests over moral principles.
Why Vietnam can’t and won’t leave Russia’s side
Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov given the red carpet treatment in Hanoi, underscoring the depth and endurance of bilateral ties
Russian foreign minister to visit Vietnam ahead of G-20
Sergei Lavrov’s visit to Hanoi is likely to court tensions with the Western nations most opposed to the Russian war of aggression in Ukraine.
Russia foreign minister visits Vietnam
Russian Minister of Foreign Affairs Sergey Lavrov will visit Vietnam on Jul. 5 and 6 at the invitation of his Vietnamese counterpart Bui Thanh Son.
Could Vietnam’s relations with Russia be another casualty of the Ukraine war ?
The war in Ukraine has shaken a fundamental assumption of Vietnam’s defence posture—that its old friend Russia would remain a reliable supplier of key weapons systems to help deter Chinese aggression.
The US-Russia-Vietnam triangle : decoding Hanoi’s strategic balancing
Vietnam has struck a careful balance in its reaction to the Ukraine conflict. But how long can it avoid taking sides ?
Russia-Ukraine conflict hits Vietnam’s economy
While supply disruptions caused by the global COVID-19 pandemic have not come to an end, firms in Vietnam have to face increasing thinner supplies of fuels and materials for production due to the Russia-Ukraine conflict, Vietnamese experts said.
How the Russia-Ukraine war is impacting Vietnam’s economy
Vietnamese businesses are already seeing the fallout from the conflict in Eastern Europe, and the impacts are only set to increase.
Is Vietnam going to hold a military exercise with Russia ?
Russian media say that Russian and Vietnamese officers held a meeting to discuss military drills – which would be a controversial move amid Moscow’s war in Ukraine.
Vietnam’s “Four No’s” of defence policy are being tested
The war in Ukraine has forced Hanoi into a delicate dance between Russia and the United States.
Russia-Vietnam ties put US in a sanctions dilemma
Vietnam’s plan to hold military exercises with Russia could revive calls to hit Hanoi with CAATSA-related penalties
Russia-Vietnam relationship explained after controversial vote on UN Human Rights Council
Russia found an ally in Vietnam after it voted against a US-led motion to suspend Moscow from the UN Human Rights Council. Express.co.uk explores the two countries’ long history of political friendship.
Vietnam calls for ceasefire, dialogue to resolve Russia-Ukraine conflict
Vietnam opposes all acts of attacking civilians and believes it is necessary to verify information in a public, transparent and objective manner.
Vietnam Airlines suspends flights to Moscow as Ukraine fighting intensifies
Vietnam Airlines has suspended its Hanoi-Moscow service until further notice with effect from Friday amid the escalation of the Russia-Ukraine war.
Travel firm temporarily stops Russia tourist services
The largest Vietnamese travel agency for Russian tourists has temporarily suspended its services for the market as a fallout of Western sanctions imposed on Russia.
Vietnam oil industry braces for impact of Russia-Ukraine conflict
Surging crude oil prices may benefit the Vietnamese oil industry, but its exploration and exploitation activities are likely to be hit by the geopolitical situation.
Ukraine-Russia conflict could impact Vietnam oil drilling
PetroVietnam has cautioned that the disruptions to international trade caused by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine could impact its operations.
SWIFT sanctions add twist to Vietnam-Russia coal plant dispute
Hanoi refrains from condemning Ukraine invasion by its old Soviet partner
Vietnam’s exports to Russia hampered by Western sanctions
Sanctions imposed by the U.S. and Western world on Russia have caused Vietnamese export order and transaction delays.
Russia-Ukraine conflict pushes up Vietnam inflation estimate
Dragon Capital has upped its inflation forecast for this year from 3.5 percent to 3.58-4.18 percent following the surge on oil prices due to the Russia-Ukraine imbroglio.
Vietnamese in Russia worried about economic fallout of western sanctions
Amid the global sanctions against Russia, Khanh An did not know if she should also run to the bank to withdraw money like her friends did.
Vietnam’s PM issues dispatch on protecting 7,000 Vietnamese citizens in Ukraine
Prime Minister Phạm Minh Chính has signed official dispatch 201/CD-TTg dated February 26, 2022, on the protection of Vietnamese citizens and legal entities in Ukraine.