Tuyên Bố Chung
Giữa Hoa Kỳ Và CSVN Tại Hội Nghị APEC 2006
Tổng Thống Bush và Chủ Tịch nhà nước CSVN, Nguyễn Minh
Triết, trong buổi tiệc khoản đải
chuyến đến Việt Nam tham dự hội nghị APEC 2006, phía CSVN
và Hoa Kỳ đă cùng công bố một bản tuyên bố chung. Chúng
tôi xin trích lại bản tài liệu này từ ban báo chí ṭa Bạch
Ốc để bạn đọc cùng tham khảo.
tuyên bố chung cam kết nhiều vấn đề mà chúng tôi cho rằng
chúng ta cần chú ư kỹ:
1/ vấn kề hợp tác quân sự
2/ vấn đề nguyên tử và các chất liệu nguyên tử từ nhà máy
nguyên tử lực Đà Lạt
3/ vấn đề ngoại thương
4/ và quan trọng nhất là việc Hoa Kỳ yêu cầu phải cải
thiện vấn đề NHÂN QUYỀN và quyền tự do căn bản của con
Statement Between the Socialist Republic of Vietnam and
the United States of America
President Nguyen Minh Triet of the Socialist Republic of
Vietnam was pleased to welcome United States President
George W. Bush to Vietnam. Looking back on the June 2005
Joint Statement by President Bush and then Prime Minister
Phan Van Khai, both leaders expressed satisfaction at the
progress the bilateral relationship has made, resulting in
a U.S.-Vietnam relationship today that is multi-faceted
and forward looking. It encompasses significant and
growing trade and economic ties, an emerging military-to-
military relationship, successful cooperation on health
and development issues, growing cultural and educational
links, a commitment to resolving remaining issues stemming
from the war, a shared interest in ensuring peace,
stability, and prosperity in the Asia-Pacific region, and
frank and candid discussion of differences. The two sides
reaffirmed their efforts to ensure that bilateral
relations are stable, constructive, broad-based, and
conducted on the basis of sovereign equality and mutual
President Triet and President Bush applauded the historic
milestone of Vietnam's accession to the World Trade
Organization and President Bush reiterated his firm
support for the earliest possible Congressional approval
of Permanent Normal Trade Relations. President Triet
confirmed that Vietnam would fully uphold the rules-based
trading system embedded in the WTO and join other members
in their efforts to create a level playing field based on
fairness, openness, and transparency. He welcomed
President Bush's assurances that the United States would
maintain open access to the U.S. market and support
Vietnam's process of integration with the world economy.
The two leaders anticipated an even greater amount of
bilateral trade and investment, benefiting the people of
both nations. President Bush also welcomed the Vietnamese
leadership's determination to accelerate the course of doi
moi reforms, build the rule of law, and combat corruption,
and held that such efforts are important for Vietnam's
economic vitality and favorable business and investment
climate. The two Presidents also looked forward to the
signing of a Maritime Transport Agreement at an early date
to further accelerate growth in our vibrant economic
President Bush and President Triet discussed the growing
cooperation between the
and Vietnam to address regional and global concerns.
President Bush welcomed Vietnam's active engagement in
international affairs aimed at maintaining peace,
cooperation and development in the Asia-Pacific region and
the world, and noted his appreciation of Vietnam's support
for a denuclearized Korean Peninsula and the consensus
views of the UNSC as expressed in UNSCR 1718. President
Triet welcomed the reconvening of the Six Party Talks and
expressed the hope that a peaceful solution for the
denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula would be reached.
The two leaders pledged to increase cooperation to halt
the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction and
related technology and materials in accordance with
international and national laws and each country's
capacities. They also pointed to the agreement on nuclear
fuel replacement at the Dalat Research Reactor, and the
signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between the U.S.
Administration Vietnam's Ministry of Public Security, as
examples of the diverse ways in which the two countries
are working together to protect the safety and security of
their peoples and others in the region.
The two leaders looked especially to cooperation on the
health front as an example of the tangible benefits of the
United States and Vietnam working closely together.
President Bush praised
timely, effective, and transparent response to avian
influenza in the country, which has prevented any further
human outbreaks in Vietnam since October 2005. He noted
that Vietnam's efforts were a model for the region, and
pledged continued U.S. support in responding to the threat
of avian influenza. As Vietnam is one of the focus
countries for President Bush's PEPFAR initiative on
HIV/AIDS, the United States and Vietnam have also worked
closely together to combat the scourge of this disease.
The two leaders agreed to further strengthen the present
positive cooperation. President Triet praised the work of
the STAR initiative in Vietnam and the extension of this
activity. President Triet also expressed appreciation for
the U.S. Government's increasing development assistance to
Vietnam and urged the U.S. side to increase humanitarian
assistance including through cooperation on areas such as
unexploded ordinance and continued assistance to
Vietnamese with disabilities. The United States and
Vietnam also agreed that further joint efforts to address
the environmental contamination near former dioxin storage
sites would make a valuable contribution to the continued
development of their bilateral relationship.
President Bush explained the National Security Strategy of
the United States, which stresses the importance to world
peace and stability of the development in every country of
full respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms.
President Triet apprised President Bush of recently
promulgated laws and regulations on religious freedom that
are to be implemented in all localities of Vietnam. The
two leaders also noted the importance of continuing to
make progress in the bilateral human rights dialogue and
reaffirmed that it should be conducted in a comprehensive,
constructive and results-oriented manner.
The two leaders expressed satisfaction with progress on
resolving outstanding issues from the war and agreed that
the two sides would continue cooperation in this respect.
President Triet reaffirmed his Government's continued
efforts to assist the
to ensure the fullest possible accounting for Americans
who remain missing in action, through both joint and
enhanced unilateral actions. President Bush reaffirmed
U.S. contributions to help obtain information on
Vietnamese MIA cases.
Presidents Triet and Bush discussed cooperation in
regional affairs, and President Bush praised Vietnam's
hosting of APEC this year as a demonstration of Vietnam's
active and important role in promoting trade and economic
liberalization and strengthening security in the region.
President Triet noted the robust engagement by the United
States with ASEAN, and looked towards increasing that
cooperation through the U.S.-ASEAN Enhanced Partnership.
The two leaders pledged continued efforts to seek mutual
understanding on issues of regional and global concern.
The two leaders noted the importance of high-level visits
between the two countries to the development of Vietnam-U.S.
relations in the future. President Bush invited President
Triet to visit the United States in 2007 to continue these
discussions; President Triet thanked President Bush and
accepted the invitation with pleasure.