THE FINAL REPORT OF USA AND VIETNAM RELATIONSHIP
XIN MỜI QUÝ ĐỘC GIẢ XEM TƯỜNG TRÌNH CUỐI CÙNG NHỮNG CHỦ ĐIỂM CỦA VN XHCN & HOA KỲ CỦA HAI VỊ NGUYÊN THỦ CT TRƯƠNG TẤN SANG VÀ TT B. OBMA. XIN COI YOUTUBE & BẢN TƯỜNG TRÌNH CỦA NHÀ TRẮNG CHÍNH THỨC QUA VĂN PHÒNG BT BÁO CHÍ NGÀY 25 THÁNG 7, 2013 SAU ĐÂY:
The White House
Office of the Press Secretary – For Immediate Release July 25, 2013
Joint Statement by President Barack Obama of the United States of America and President Truong Tan Sang of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam
Political and Diplomatic Cooperation
President Obama and President Truong Tan Sang agreed to enhance cooperation at regional and international forums including The Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC), the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), the ASEAN Regional Forum (ARF), the East Asia Summit (EAS), and the ASEAN Defense Ministerial Meeting Plus (ADMM+) to support peace, stability, cooperation, and development in the Asia-Pacific region. The two Leaders reaffirmed their support for the settlement of disputes by peaceful means in accordance with international law, including as reflected in the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea . The Presidents also reaffirmed their support for the principle of non-use of force or threat-of-force in resolving territorial and maritime disputes. The Presidents underscored the value of full observance of the Declaration of Conduct of Parties in the South China Sea (DOC) and the importance of launching negotiations to conclude an effective Code of Conduct (COC).
Trade and Economic Ties
Recalling their discussions in Cambodia in November 2012, President Obama and President Truong Tan Sang reaffirmed their commitment to conclude a comprehensive, high-standard Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement as soon as possible this year. A 21st-century TPP agreement will advance regional economic integration, further development objectives, and lead to the creation of jobs in the United States, Vietnam, and all TPP countries, while taking into account the diversity of the participants’ levels of development in the context of a comprehensive and balanced package.
Science and Technology Cooperation
Environment and Health
War Legacy Issues
Defense and Security
Promotion and Protection of Human Rights
Culture, Tourism and Sports
“Peace in Vietnam but global peace.”