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Diplomacy protects Vietnamese sovereignty

by VTV427 August 2015 Last updated at 10:18 AM

VTV.vn - In the last 70 years Vietnam’s diplomats have played an important role in the country’s battle for peace, independence, and the protection of Vietnamese sovereignty.

Vietnam probably faced one of its biggest diplomatic challenges during the closing period of the Second World War and its immediate aftermath.

In 1946, Vietnam signed two agreements with France, as a result of its ‘Unyielding in principle and flexible in strategy’ tactic. France officially recognised Vietnam as an independent country.

In Vietnam’s various historical agreements, including the Geneva Accord in 1954 or the Paris Peace Accord in 1973, Vietnamese diplomats have maintained a simple guiding principle: the country national interests.

During American War, Vietnamese diplomacy played a significant role in the country’s struggle for freedom and independence. Now, in a time of peace, Vietnamese diplomacy is a central element in protecting the country’s sovereignty.

In the past 70 years, diplomatic measures have contributed greatly to Vietnam’s struggle for peace, independence, national unification, and now, international integration and protection of the country’s sovereign rights. Diplomacy has helped lay the foundations for the country’s current international standing.

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