Du30 open to sea exploration with China, Vietnam
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President Rodrigo Duterte said Tuesday he was open to exploring the South China Sea’s natural resources with rival claimants China and Vietnam, after securing a “windfall” while in Beijing. Duterte also emphasized he had no immediate plans to pressure China over an international tribunal’s ruling last year that its sweeping claims to most of the sea were unlawful. He emphasized, however, that the deal would have to be “fair and balanced.”
Gajunera, F. P. A., Fabunan, S. S., Araneta, M. C., & Araneta, A. (2017, May 17). Du30 open to sea exploration with China, Vietnam. Manila Standard. pp. A1, A2.
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Exploration; Law of the sea; International law; Territorial waters; Law of the sea; Joint ventures; Oil and gas exploration; Artificial islands; Military operations; Bilateral agreements; International cooperation; Investments; Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN); Duterte, Rodrigo; Aquino, Benigno III; Xi, Jinping; Li, Keqiang; Liu, Zhenmin; Santa Romana, Jose Santiago; Arroyo, Gloria; Lorenzana, Delfin; Recto, Ralph
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