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  • Last week, Japan’s defense minister Takeshi lwaya visited Vietnam. The trip was part of a series of activities supporting bilateral ties, to help develop the Vietnam-Japan defense relationship.

  • Vietnam’s deputy defense minister, vice defense minister, Phan Van Giang, and military chief of staff visited Singapore. The visit was part of a two country tour by Vietnam, which included Japan. The ...
  • At the beginning of March, Vietnam’s deputy defense minister, Phan Van Giang, visited Japan as part of a two-country trip that also included Singapore.

  • Vietnam and Canada indicate that they may formalize a new defense policy dialogue to advance security cooperation.
  • Between 27 November and 1 December 2018, held discussions on defense policy for the first time. It highlighted the ongoing activity on the defense aspect of ties between the two countries.

  • Vietnam’s plans to increase defense spending shows no signs of slowing down, with reports indicating that it will rise from $5bn in 2018 to $7.1bn by 2022.

  • Clarion Events and Hadifa have partnered to launch the Vietnam International Defense and Security Exhibition (VIDSE).