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Framework Participation Agreement (Fpa)

This framework paves the way for An increased role for Vietnam in the established international mechanism for world peace and security and strengthens its cooperation with UN peace organisations. The agreement establishes regular consultations on security and defence issues between Brussels and Hanoi, which will allow Vietnam to have better access to EU training and capacity-building activities and facilitate the exchange of information in the framework of Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP) missions and operations. In view of this Agreement, Vietnamese personnel and the Vietnamese armed forces will be able to contribute to EU civilian and crisis management operations and improve military cooperation and exchanges not only between Vietnam and the Union, but also with EU Member States. This AAA also creates the necessary conditions for other ASEAN members that are already close economic partners of the EU – such as Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia and the Philippines – to follow Vietnam`s example and extend the scope of their bilateral cooperation with the EU to the field of security. (4) The Republic of Korea is responsible for responding to requests for the participation of its personnel in a UNION crisis management operation and is responsible for bringing action against its personnel, including legal or disciplinary measures, in accordance with its laws, regulations or disciplinary provisions. Last week, as might be expected, both sides finally signed the framework for participation. The agreement was signed on October 17 in Brussels by Mogherini and Vietnamese Defense Minister Ngo Xuan Lich as part of a larger trip that took place from October 14 to 19. October with a high-level military delegation in the EU. One aspect of defending the relationship is the Framework Participation Agreement (AAA), which would facilitate greater Vietnamese participation in crisis operations. The two sides have been trying for a few months to sign the JPA and the signing is expected to come shortly after the conclusion of negotiations that reportedly took place during the visit of Federica Mogherini, EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and Vice-President of the European Commission, to Vietnam in August. Such an agreement should be without prejudice to the decision-making autonomy of the Union and should be without prejudice to the individual nature of the decision of the Republic of Korea to participate, in accordance with its legal order, in an EU crisis management operation. .

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