THE TRUTH - JUSTICE - LOVE
U.S. relations - Vietnam after the visit to the United States of the President of the State communist Vietnam Truong Tan Sang ... continues to be the focus of attention from domestic and foreign public opinion and the international community. Especially in the context of very delicate and complex in International relationship between tripartite Vietnam with Washington government and between Vietnam and fellow China communist state. Two trips to the two powers which have profound influence on Vietnam at the same time in close proximity of the head of the communist government of Vietnam has made many inevitable curiosity from many people ... and a range of different perspectives appear then .... especially the hurry visit to the U.S. of President Truong Tan Sang and his entourage .... just less than a month after the trip to China with 10 agreement documents ... was signed between the two heads of state communist Vietnam - China ....!
Some comments from the public and from politicians .... Domestic and International ... expressed misgivings about the true motives of the State President Truong Tan Sang and his Politburo in arranging a surprise visit to the U.S. His ... to arrange time in just 2 weeks .... something unprecedented exception for international travels for Vietnam's leaders predecessor ago ...! Some comments also said that ... President Truong Tan Sang has failed completely during the visit and work with the Chinese leader Xi Jinping .... as well as the losses and concessions to level can not be understood through the 10 documents of bilateral cooperation agreements between the two countries Vietnam - China ... without a wording that refers to the satisfactory resolution of disputes under the International Law of the Sea related to legal sovereignty that can not be denied of Vietnam ... for the Paracels and the Spratlys which China has used force illegally occupied since 1974.
And the issues that those who interests to politics and current affairs at Vietnam think of is....the emergency visit to the U.S. of the President Sang ... is to seek the support from the powerful nation of number one in the world ... and also has ever served as Vietnam's former enemies previously ....as soon as Vietnam's fishermen was Chinese warships attacked and beaten brutally .... while the agreement document that was signed between the two countries is still not dry the ink .... made the leaders of the communist country becomes really nervous before the capricious malice and big ambition of the fellow communist China. One thing that the observation circle on human rights in Vietnam found, that is full of ridiculous speech of President Truong Tan Sang ... when he mentioned the achievements of the Vietnamese community in the United States as good achievements ... and expect that they will be the connected bridge for the relationship and development between the two countries Vietnam and the United States.
No one unfamiliar with bad human rights situation in Vietnam so long ... and no one does not know the people of Vietnam in the country currently writhing under brutal dictatorial rule of the ruling Communist Vietnam ...is afraid that how many people who still believed in the flattering words ...and dishonest clichés of this communist leader. Honestly, the President Obama welcomes the President Sang and left Vietnam many privilege as the joint statement between the two countries after the end of the visit and work include: comprehensive cooperation between the two developed countries ... and in all areas including foreign political, economic, commercial, investment, education, science, technology and national security ... just in time the human rights situation of Vietnam very bad ... it really does not deserve at all. However, we can also understand and empathize with difficult decisions as above of the United States President Obama and his administration .... because if require Vietnam too many and immediately change things related to human rights issues, is the same mean as help to push Vietnam down quickly into the side of China's communist government ... This would be detrimental to U.S. policy in turn pivots the focus to Asia ...in which Vietnam plays an important role when located next to an ambitious China.
Moreover, once Vietnam really fell down in the side of communist government of China, the hardships and suffering that the people of Vietnam in the country are suffering today ... will not only be suppress ... harassment .... restrict or prohibit ... that would be horrible hundred thousand times now ... if the cruel hands of the real China embraces Vietnam. However, it is important to remind the leaders of communist Vietnam that, the agreement reached between the United States and Vietnam are also just verbally committed to head between the two countries .... and to become the focus until the implementation still requires much effort and goodwill from the real leader of the party and the ruling class in Vietnam today. The leader of the communist state Vietnam need to know that .... Although in any situation ... at any stage ... the Human Rights remains the foundation for all the issues to consider ... and that, there's only honesty and amended goodwill from the Vietnam State leaders just can help develop and real strengthen the relationship between Vietnam and the United States ... because of this, everyone wish that ... commitments regarding human rights between U.S. President Obama and Vietnam President Truong Tan Sang in a meeting last ... it will be fully implemented and correctly by Vietnam ... not just bluff empty promises ... as has ever happened when Vietnam faced with opportunities for international integration in recent years. The people of Vietnam ... the U.S. government ... and the international community will certainly never ignored ... if the worst human rights situation in Vietnam continues to remain unchanged.
Chủ nhật, 28/07/2013
President Truong Tan Sang wants Vietnamese Americans to become 'bridge' connecting
President Barack Obama and President Truong Tan Sang highly appreciated the role of overseas Vietnamese in the U.S..
At the White House on 25/7, President Barack Obama and President Truong Tan Sang highly appreciated the role of overseas Vietnamese in the U.S. in bilateral relations.
Mr Obama said this community is "one of the great sources of power between the two countries' and is' stronger glue for any relationship of the two countries'.
In response, Mr. Sang also confessed to thank the U.S. government for 'the utmost attentive care' for Vietnamese-Americans for decades.
While the two leaders spoke, outside the White House, hundreds of Vietnamese Americans shout slogans against human rights abuses in the country - an issue that Mr. Sang acknowledged between Hanoi and Washington still many differences.
After talks with Mr Obama, leader of Vietnam has a speech about the Vietnam - American Center for International Strategic Studies in Washington.
In the FAQ, answering questions from Nguyen Trung of VOA Vietnamese language on the role of Vietnamese Americans for strengthening the relations between Vietnam and the United States, President Sang said that 'very important'.
[I] believe that our people, as the same Vietnamese blood will make a solid bridge, will promote cooperation in many aspects, especially in the framework of Partnership This comprehensive time.
President Truong Tan Sang said.
He said: "[I] definitely believe that our people, as the same Vietnamese blood will make a solid bridge, will promote cooperation in many fields, especially in comprehensive framework for this work. [When] brought relations to a new stage of development, the Vietnamese people, Vietnamese Americans have a very important role in this process. "
Leader of Vietnam also said that many overseas Vietnamese 'business in the United States is very successful, even in politics'.
In the joint statement, President Obama and President Sang highlighted the importance of the exchange between the two countries, the success of the Vietnamese-American community in the United States and the importance of their contribution to with the development of bilateral relations.
Mr. Hoang Tu Duy, spokesman of the Vietnam Reform Party - an overseas organization have been banned operations in the country - told VOA Vietnamese Language that the Vietnamese expatriates in the United States' has the potential to contribute to the national development process '.
Mr. Duy said: "That I think everyone can see it. But the problem now is, whether the circumstances of the country it allows overseas Vietnamese, Vietnamese people living abroad actually contribute to the change or not. I think if there is no political change, it is difficult for those who used to live in the free environment can contribute in a sustainable way in Vietnam. "
I think if there is no political change, it is difficult for those who used to live in the free environment can contribute in a sustainable way in Vietnam.
Hoang Tu Duy said.
This activist added: "All persons Vietnam is very attached to the country, stick with the people of Vietnam. Thing that we do not accept is the only context dictator. Thing that must change so that we are comfortable with, how to contribute in Vietnam ".
Some observers believe that given the Vietnamese American issues discussed between the two heads of the community that is increasingly affecting U.S. policy toward Vietnam.
Vietnamese Americans often lobbied congressmen representing districts they live strongly voiced their concerns.
Before his visit Sang, many U.S. lawmakers urged Obama to put human rights high on the agenda with Vietnam authorities.
Mrs. Nguyen The Binh, former chairman of the Asian Advisory Committee of the Governor of Virginia, said that the Vietnamese American community 'has a very strong voice. "
She said: "The voters of the Vietnamese people to vote and support the congressman, senator, governor and the president. The ballots that have a power. Therefore cleverly reminded President Obama that is the power of the ballot that could affect the U.S. government and also put pressure on both of the National Assembly and the U.S. State Department on human rights issues, demands for human rights in Vietnam. "
After the Vietnam War, hundreds of thousands of Vietnamese citizens to leave the country to refugees, and many of them eventually came to the United States.
When to be asked whether the observers commented that the warmth of Mr. Sang is there is a sign that Vietnam willing to reconcile, Nguyen Manh Hung, a professor of international relations at George Mason University , said that 'words have to go hand in hand with action'.
Along talk about human rights, about democracy, but the two sides have different ideas, different definitions of that. The two that are not close together.
Professor Nguyen Manh Hung said.
"Talking is one thing left to do is to take the specific actions they can take their [overseas Vietnamese] doing is bridging. There is much more work to be done, such as what I saw in Vietnam is promoting cemetery in Bien Hoa Binh Duong. It is a very important symbol, "Hung said.
"In addition, among the diaspora with Vietnam still have different views. Along talk about human rights, about democracy, but the two sides have different ideas, different definitions of that. The two are not that close together. "
There are millions of Vietnamese living in the United States, and is the largest Vietnamese community in the world outside of Vietnam.
Over time, the diplomatic representative of the United States are often exposed to Vietnamese community in the United States before leaving Vietnam to undertake the task.
During his tenure, the U.S. diplomats often return to the same United States, visit the Vietnamese American community to explore thoughts, their aspirations for home.
In early July, the new U.S. Consul General in Saigon Rena Bitter approached Dr. Nguyen Quoc Quan, chairman of the organization called 'Rallying for democracy' before to Saigon for working.
A month earlier, U.S. Ambassador David Shear met with the Vietnamese community in California to declare that human rights is one of the primary goals in relation to Vietnam.
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