Talks with China over sea row urged
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The Philippines should engage China in bilateral talks in its efforts to maintain peace and order at the disputed West Philippine Sea, Sen. Francis Escudero said yesterday. Escudero supports the government’s move to bring the issue before international arbitration but also stressed the need for the Philippines to pursue talks with China. Escudero made the statement after UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon on Friday called for a peaceful solution to territorial disputes in the South China Sea.
Mendez, C., & Romero, P. (2015 May 26). Talks with China over sea row urged. The Philippine Star, pp. 1, 2.
Bilateral agreements; Disputes; Territorial waters; Governments; Law of the sea; International law; Navigation; International agreements; International cooperation; Department of National Defense (DND); Visiting Forces Agreement (VFA); Enhanced Defense Cooperation Agreement (EDCA); Mutual Defense Treaty (MDT); Escudero, Francis; Obama, Barack; Ban, Ki-moon; Biazon, Rodolfo Jr; Catapang, Gregorio
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