Duterte hopes for success in sea talks with China
MetadataShow full item record
President Duterte looks forward to “productive discussions” in the bilateral consultative mechanism on the South China Sea dispute to be held in Beijing next week. Duterte called for a peaceful resolution of the disputes over territories in the South China Sea during his expanded bilateral meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping after the two-day Belt and Road Forum here. The President said he was eager to discuss further expanding and deepening bilateral cooperation in pursuit of shared goals.
Mendez, C. (2017, June 16). Duterte hopes for success in sea talks with China. Philippine Star, p. 8.
Associated contentOnline version
Disputes; Territorial waters; Bilateral agreements; International cooperation; Conferences; International law; Law of the sea; Joint ventures; Oil and gas exploration; Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA); Department of Finance and Ministry of Commerce; National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA); Department of Energy (DOE); Chinese Administration of Energy; Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO); China International Publishing Corp.; Xi, Jinping; Li, Keqiang; Lorenzana, Delfin; Cayetano, Alan Peter; Lopez, Ramon; Jimenez-Docroqc, Evangeline Ong
- The Philippine Star 
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Lee-Brago, Pia (The Philippine Star,
July 27, 2017, on page 2)The Philippines will not lose even a “single inch” of territory to China if ever it proceeds with its joint exploration deal with the Asian giant, which is claiming almost the entire South China Sea. Foreign Affairs Secretary ...
Barcelo, Vito (Manila Standard,
February 19, 2015, on page A3)Sweden joined the growing international community for the peaceful settlement of maritime disputes on the West Philippine Sea which is being claimed by China and other neighbouring Asian countries, the Department of Foreign ...
Lee-Brago, Pia; Laude, Jaime (The Philippine Star,
March 30, 2017, on page 1-10)The Philippines and China will hold direct talks on their maritime dispute in May, Filipino officials said yesterday, as President Duterte seeks stronger economic ties with Beijing. China has invited officials of the ...