南海神秘事件:万安滩中国切越南电缆前哨战

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南海神秘事件:万安滩中国切越南电缆前哨战

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多艘越南船只被若干外国船骚扰


越南《青年报》网站



更新时间:2011年6月1日,周三,下午1:02(格林尼治标准​​时间东7区)


5月31日,一位消息人士告诉《青年报》:在过去几天,几艘船(可能是中国的)在越南水域骚扰一艘正在进行地震勘探的越南船只。


5月31日,从上午7点15分至上午8点30分,“维京2号”(哈哈)工作在北纬8度24分8秒、东经108度52分5秒(越南南部大陆架)。此时两艘陌生的轮船出现。虽然用越南语和英语跟他们沟通,但他们没有回答。


该人士说,第一艘船在近8海里开外,但以超过13节的速度对着“维京2号”航行。


在该海域的一艘越南海军舰艇“Van Hoa 731”号(根据我国海监以往的报告,系越南海军为常驻南沙岛礁设计的守护炮艇,续航力短、速度快)努力阻止了这艘过于靠近的怪船。


“Van Hoa 731”号拍摄了一张照片,显示该船身上的文字为“FEI SHENG No. 16”。


接下来是距离“维京2号”8海里的第二艘怪船,以11节的航速驶来。


这次是“Van Hoa 740”号将其拦住了。


第二艘船身上的文字只有“BI 2549”。


5月29日,另一艘船曾试图高速进入该海域,骚扰正在进行勘探工作的“维京2号”。


它驶向“维京2号”的尾部,然后“维京2号”不得不召唤一艘向它致意的海军舰艇,用越南语和英语命令它改变航向。这艘船同样没有回答。


“维京2号”——越南石油技术服务公司(PTSC)从一家法国公司租借的船——接着又呼叫另一艘海军舰艇,寻求帮助。


怪船随后从7节加速到11节,然后停在“维京2号”的前面,迫使“维京2号”与两艘海军舰艇发出警告信号。


当“维京2号”离开该海域时,这艘骚扰船也离开了。


但在当天晚上11点左右,人们看见这艘船在“维京2号”的东南方6海里处锚泊。


它的灯光实在太过于明亮耀眼,以至于无法看到它的船名或是舷号。


PTSC的总经理阮红勇(音)告诉《青年报》,最近许多越南勘探船在越南​​领海遭受骚扰。



凶残的(猴子英文水平有限,拼写错了)中国渔船


最近执行海岸警卫巡逻任务归来的岘港市边防部队琼晃玉(音)中校,把关于凶残中国船的故事告诉了《青年报》。


“他们坚持对越南领海的侵犯,进入距岘港仅25—30海里的海域。例如,在Con Co岛(?)附近的海域,许多大型中国渔船常成群结队而来,有时高达60艘。”


他们阻止了越南人在自己的海域捕鱼,他气愤地说。


“如果我们的船经过附近,他们已经准备好来骚扰我们。”


他说,他只是赶他们走,“以免海上局势恶化。”


如果他们顽固,他有时会抓扣他们,但不久后就会释放他们。


今年到目前为止,他已经赶走了数以百计的违法外国船舶。单在4月15日和4月26日之间,他就赶走了几十艘船。


每当他们被驱逐时,他们会在尾流中扔下障碍物(这里是污蔑,分明是我渔民被迫割断宝贵的渔网)。如越南海军舰艇不灵活躲避,他们的螺旋桨会受到严​​重损坏。


每当他抓扣这些船舶、并要求他们把船转移到某一个地方时(其实就是押解回本土受罚的意思),他们会假装船只出了故障,并保持不动。



中国非法扣押越南船上的渔获


5月31日,44岁的广义省船长Le(乐?) Tuc告诉《青年报》:5月15日,几艘中国船扣留了一艘来自李山(越南县名,为广义省海岸外的一个小岛)地区的越南渔船,并检获船上所有渔获。


这意味着在五月份,已有四艘来自广义省的船被拘留,并被外国船没收渔获。



附录:


5月26日,三艘海监切电缆事件,不多翻译了……


此次越南的经济损失为10万美元。


……越南海军发誓保卫祖国……八股文……


这是中国船舶第一次使用专门的设备,以摧毁越南的财产。



原文:


http://tuoitrenews.vn/cmlink/tuo ... ign-vessels-1.32959


1 more Vietnam ship harassed by foreign vessels


Tuoitrenews



Updated : Wed, June 1, 2011,1:02 PM (GMT+0700)


A source told Tuoi Tre May 31 that in the last few days several ships, probably Chinese, harassed a Vietnamese vessel undertaking seismic exploration in Vietnamese waters.


From 7:15 am to 8:30 am on May 31 the Viking 2 was working at 8024'8'' N - 108052'5'' (Vietnam’s southern continental shelf) when two strange ships appeared. Though Viking 2 communicated to them in both Vietnamese and English, they did not reply.


The source said that the first ship was nearly eight nautical miles away but was sailing at more than 13 knots towards the Viking 2.


A Vietnamese naval vessel in the area, the Van Hoa 731, managed to prevent the strange ship from approaching too close.


The Van Hoa 731 took a photo of the ship which bears the words “FEI SHENG No. 16” on its body.


The second strange ship, which was eight nautical miles away from the Viking 2, was then spotted steaming at over 11 knots towards it.


Again, the Van Hoa 740 managed to head it off.


Only the phrase “BI 2549” appears on the second ship.


On May 29 another ship had tried to harass the Viking 2 by speeding into the area where it was conducting exploration.


It headed for the stern of the Viking 2 which then had to summon a naval vessel which hailed it, ordering it to change direction in both Vietnamese and English. Again the ship did not reply.


The Viking 2, chartered by PetroVietnam Technical Services Corporation (PTSC) from a French company, proceeded to call another naval vessel for help.


The strange ship then sped up from seven knots to 11 knots and stopped in front of the Viking 2, forcing it and the two naval ships to fire warning signals.


When the Viking 2 left the area, the harassing ship too left.


But at around 11pm the same day, the vessel was seen anchored six nautical miles southeast of the Viking 2’s location.


Its lights were shining too brightly, making it impossible to see its name or number.


PTSC’s general director Nguyen Hung Dung told Tuoi Tre that many Vietnamese exploration ships have recently been harassed in Vietnamese territorial waters.


Rouge Chinese fishing boats


Lieutenant colonel Hoang Ngoc Quynh of the Da Nang City border troop, who recently returned from a coast guard patrol, told Tuoi Tre about rogue Chinese boats.


“They persistently infringe on Vietnamese territorial waters, entering areas just 25-30 nautical miles from Da Nang. For example, in an area near Con Co Island, many large Chinese fishing vessels often come in groups, sometimes of up to 60.”


They prevented Vietnamese from fishing in their own seas, he said indignantly.


“If our ships pass close by, they are ready to harass us.”


He said he just chased them away “so as not to complicate the situation at sea.”


If they were obstinate, he would sometimes detain them but release them soon after.


So far this year, he had chased away hundreds of violating foreign ships. Between 15 and 26 April alone, he had chased away dozens of them.


Whenever they were chased away, they would drop obstacles in their wake, and if the Vietnamese naval ships were not nimble, their propellers would be badly damaged.


When he detained such ships and asked them to move to a certain place, they would pretend to have a breakdown and stay unmoving.


China illegally seized properties from Vietnamese ships


On May 31, boat captain Le Tuc, 44 of Quang Ngai province, told Tuoi Tre that Chinese ships on May 15 detained and seized all properties on board a Vietnamese fishing ship that hails from Ly Son district.


This means in May, there are four ships in total from Quang Ngai that have been detained and stripped of properties by foreign vessels.


On May 26, Vietnam’s state-owned Binh Minh 02 was exploring for oil at 12 degrees 48’25” north latitude and 111 degrees 26’48” east longitude, some 116 nautical miles off Cape Dai Lanh in Phu Yen Province when three Chinese surveillance ships approached and cut its undersea cables.


The area undisputedly belongs to Vietnam as it lies entirely inside the 200-nautical mile exclusive economic zone and continental shelf under the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, said Nguyen Phuong Nga, Vietnamese foreign ministry’s spokeswoman.


The damage is put at US$100,000.


“Vietnam’s national defense policy is peace and defense. Vietnamese navy will do everything necessary to protect sovereignty and territorial integrity, serving economic development of the nation”, Nga told a press conference on May 29.


This is the first time Chinese ships used specialized equipment to destroy Vietnam’s properties.


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