US reassures Phl of stability in Indo-Pacific region
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The United States has again reassured the Philippines and its other allies of its commitment to ensure stability in the Indo-Pacific region, including the South China Sea. Rear Admiral Marc Dalton, speaking aboard the USS Ronald Reagan on Tuesday, said their presence and operations have and will continue to promote security and freedom in international waters. Dalton said the Ronald Reagan Strike Group is composed of the USS Ronald Reagan, the Carrier Air Wing 5, the Destroyer Squadron 15 and two other military ships. He said stability and security in the Indo-Pacific region for the past 70 years has benefited all countries in the area.
Punongbayan, M., & Romero, P. (2018, June 28). US reassures Phl of stability in Indo-Pacific region. Philippine Star, p. 4.
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International waters; Security; Disputes; Territorial waters; International cooperation; International law; Law of the sea; Military operations; Fishing grounds; Jurisdiction; Governments; University of the Philippines Institute for Maritime Affairs and the Law of the Sea; Ronald Reagan Strike Group; Philippine Navy; Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague; Dalton, Marc; Batongbacal, Jay
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