Vietnam said it would fully support India to parti

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Vietnam said it would fully support India to participate in the exploitation of oil and gas resources in the South China Sea

Indian Foreign Minister Krishna visited Vietnam on September 16. According to Indian media reports, the Indian and Vietnamese governments announced on the same day that they would further increase their cooperation in military, trade, investment, culture and education. In addition, during the meeting between the foreign ministers of the two countries, Krishna said that despite the opposition of China, Indian state-owned oil companies will continue to seek to exploit oil and natural gas resources in the South China Sea. Vietnam claimed that it would "fully support" India's plan

according to the times of India on September 17, Indian Foreign Minister Krishna held talks with Vietnamese foreign minister Pham Binh Minh in Hanoi on September 16. "Sources" of the Indian government said that during the talks, Krishna said that despite China's opposition, India would continue to carry out oil and gas exploration in the South China Sea, and the Vietnamese government would "fully support" this

the "source" said: "Vietnam fully supports this plan. At the meeting on the 16th, Vietnam seemed very positive about continuing this work. They fully agreed to continue this project." The official should be adjusted or purged, adding: "the two sides agreed in the discussion that the continuation of this exploration project is not in violation of international law due to the above-mentioned good performance of polycarbonate. Friday's meeting paved the way for the expansion of oil and gas exploration by Indian state-owned oil companies."

earlier, Indian media reported that OVL, India's largest state-owned oil company, wanted to cooperate with Vietnam to develop oil and gas in two oil and gas fields in the South China Sea. In response, the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that China has always opposed any country's oil and gas exploration and development activities in the waters under China's jurisdiction, and hopes that relevant foreign companies will not be involved in the South China Sea dispute. It is reported that at present, OVL has invested US $225million in oil exploration projects in the South China Sea

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