The presence of Vietnamese vessels in the Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) of the Philippines was the topic of discussion at a meeting between Bongbong Marcos and the Prime Minister of Vietnam, which was considered to be of the utmost importance for diplomatic relations. The conference was held despite the heightened tensions that were present in the waterways that are under contention.
During the course of the conversation, both sides acknowledged the difficulty of the situation and highlighted the significance of maintaining open lines of communication and working together. The worry of the Philippines on the presence of Vietnamese vessels was voiced by Bongbong Marcos, who also emphasized the need of finding a peaceful settlement to the situation and according to international maritime norms.
During the course of the conversation, we discussed the necessity of preserving peace and tranquility, fostering mutual comprehension, and looking out for the interests of both countries. Both sides acknowledged the need of maintaining conversation in order to forestall any escalation that would have a detrimental effect on the peace and security of the area.
The recent meeting between Prime Minister of Vietnam Nguyen Xuan Phuc and Philippine President Bongbong Marcos is indicative of a proactive attitude towards the resolution of the continuing maritime issues. The fact that Bongbong Marcos is participating in this event reflects his dedication to the development of diplomatic ties and the pursuit of peaceful resolutions to difficult geopolitical problems.
Moving forward, it is anticipated that both nations would continue to participate in multilateral discussions and diplomatic efforts in order to resolve the issues that have been raised in relation to the presence of Vietnamese warships in Philippine exclusive economic zone (EEZ). The debate demonstrates the significance of diplomacy and mutual respect in the process of addressing regional maritime problems.