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VN White Paper 1981

VN White Paper 1981

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VN reasserts its sovereignty over Paracel and Spratlys Islands with historical evidences.
VN reasserts its sovereignty over Paracel and Spratlys Islands with historical evidences.

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 THE HOANG SA AND TRUONG SA
 
ARCHIPELAGOESVIETNAMESE TERRITORIES
 
MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS
 
SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM
 
1981
 
 
 CONTENTSForeword 5
 Part I 
 — 
The Vietnamese state's long standing and uninterrupted sovereignty
 
over the Hoang Sa and Truong Sa archipelagoes
71. Vietnam's historical sovereignty over the two archipelagoes of Hoang Saand Truong Sa 82.
 
France carried on the exercise of sovereignty over the archipelagoes of Hoang Sa and Truong Sa on behalf of the Vietnamese state 143.
 
The defence and exercise of Vietnam's sovereignty over the archipelagoesof Hoang Sa and Truong Sa since the end of the Second World War 15
Supplements
 
 Part II 
 — 
The Hoang Sa and Truong Sa archipelagoes have never been
 
Chinese territories
281.
 
On the so-called "discovery" and "exploitation" by the Chinese people 292.
 
On the so-called "jurisdiction" excercised by Chinese dynasties 303.
 
A new allegation from Peking: Vietnam's Hoang Sa and Truong Sa andChina's "Xisha" and "Nansha" are not the same 33SupplementsConclusion 43
 
 FOREWORD
 
For decades now, the Chinese authorities have nurtured ambitions over the two Vietnamese archipelagoes of Hoang Sa (i.e Paracels) and Truong Sa(i.e. Spratley or Spratly). which are called "Xisha" and "Nansha" by the Chinese.
 
The Chinese authorities have been searching for testimonies in ancient booksto prove that their ancestors had discovered and exploited these two archipelagoeslong ago. But most embarrassingly they have failed to bring out when the Chinesestate began to take possession of "Xisha" and "Nansha" and how this stateexercised its sovereignty over them.
 
In the booklet Vietnam's sovereignty over the Hoang Sa and Truong Saarchipelagoes published in September 1979, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of theSocialist Republic of Vietnam has made public a number of historical documentsand juridical evidence which unmistakably prove that:
 
 — 
 
Vietnam has been in possession of the two archipelagoes of Hoang Sa
 
andTruong Sa since the time when no other countries claimed sovereignty over them; — 
 
Vietnam has been continuously exercising its sovereignty over these twoarchipelagoes ever since.In the present booklet, the views of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam will be briefly presented to prove once again that the Hoang Sa and Truong Sa ar-chipelagoes have for a long and uninterrupted period of time been part and parcelof Vietnamese territories, that the Chinese claim over these two archipelagoes- iswithout juridical grounds and that the Chinese occupation of the Hoang Sa ar-chipelago by force is an act of aggression.
 

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