No military solution to sea dispute, says Kerry
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U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry called on Wednesday on China and the Philippines to abide by an international tribunal’s decision on the disputed South China Sea and said there was no military solution to the problem. “The United States continues to call on China and the Philippines to abide by the tribunal’s recent decision which is final and legally binding on both parties,” Kerry told a gathering of students in New Delhi. The United States and Japan have no territorial claims in the South China Sea and say their priority is freedom of navigation.
No military solution to sea dispute, says Kerry. (2016, September 1). Philippine Daily Inquirer, p. A3.