- U.S. lifts arms embargo on Vietnam
- U.S. "fully lifts" Vietnam lethal arms ban
- Fully lifting U.S. lethal arms ban will add momentum to U.S.-Vietnam relations
- U.S.-Vietnam ties should not put Asia stability at risk: China's Xinhua
- China says it hopes Vietnam-U.S. ties conducive to peace, stability
- China plans base station for rescue operations in South China Sea (Vietnam's East Sea)
“As a neighbor of Vietnam, China is happy to see Vietnam develop normal relations with all countries, including the U.S. We hope this will be conducive to regional peace, stability and development,” Chinese foreign ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said at a regular press briefing in Beijing on Monday.
The U.S. lifting of the embargo on Vietnam will not affect the supplies of Russian armaments to the Southeast Asian country, deputy head of Russia’s Federal Service for Military-Technical Cooperation Anatoly Punchuk told Russian news agency Tass on Monday.
"Our relations with Vietnam are of a strategic character and their further development will depend on the leadership of Vietnam. I do not think that this (lifting of the embargo) will affect the export of Russian weapons," Punchuk said.
Vietnam is one of the key importers of Russian weapons. The country purchases a broad range of Russian armaments, including Gepard-3.9 frigates and submarines under Project 636 (known as Varshavyanka). Vietnam also builds Molnia-class missile boats (project 12418) under a Russian license, according to Tass.
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