Stop China's advance in Spratlys, DND urges
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Defense spokesman Peter Paul Galvez yesterday called for more international pressure to stop China's reclamation and stop construction works in the South China Sea as the Asian power rolled out more details on what it is doing in the disputed islands listing lighthouses, communications stations and other facilities for civilian and emergency use. United States, Japan, Australia, European Union and the G7 should have been enough to stop Chinese activities at the Spratly Islands.
Reyes, V., & Montemayor, J. (2015, June 18). Stop China's advance in Spratlys, DND urges. Malaya Business Insight, pp. B1, B6.
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