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Công tác thông tin, tuyên truyền chủ quyền Việt Nam trên hai quần đảo Hoàng Sa, Trường Sa

Authors: Dr. Le Nhi Hoa
Vietnam is the first country to establish sovereignty and continuous management of the Paracel and Spratly Islands. The Paracel and Spratly Islands are inseparable parts of the Vietnamese territory, discovered and protected by generations of Vietnamese people for hundreds of years
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Information and propaganda of Vietnamese sovereignty over the Paracel and Spratly Islands
Vietnam is the first country to establish sovereignty and continuous management of the Paracel and Spratly Islands. The Paracel and Spratly Islands are inseparable parts of the Vietnamese territory, discovered and protected by generations of Vietnamese people for hundreds of years. The content of this book has clearly analyzed the role and importance of information and propaganda; affirming the policy of the Party and the State in protecting the sovereignty of the sea and islands. At the same time, it also pointed out difficulties and challenges in the struggle to defend Vietnam's sovereignty over the Paracel and Spratly Islands. Since then, raising awareness and understanding of the people in the struggle and denial of false information about Vietnam's sovereignty over the Paracel and Spratly Islands.

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Authors Dr. Le Nhi Hoa
Translators N/A
Languages Vietnamese
Publisher Chinh tri quoc gia
Associate Publisher Xunhasaba
ISBN/ISSN 9786045737811
Weight 0.0000
Origin Publications in Vietnam
Dimension 14.5x20.5
Pages 176
Year 2018
Format Paperback
Store name Export Department

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