PH eyes Taiwan deal on sea row
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The Philippines said Wednesday it was studying a draft fisheries agreement with Taiwan as tensions in rich border fishing grounds re-emerged two years after the Filipino coast guard shot dead a Taiwanese fisherman. While the proposed deal will not define borders, it will set protocols on the arrest and detention of fishermen, Philippine foreign affairs spokesman Charles Jose said. " The mechanism will provide guidelines for incidents at sea," Jose told a news conference.
PH eyes Taiwan deal on sea row. (2015, June 18). Manila Standard, p. A5.
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