ASEAN militaries commit to South China Sea peace
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Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) Chief of Staff General Rey Leonardo Guerrero confirmed over the weekend that he and nine other chiefs of Defense Forces of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) reaffirmed their commitment to maintaining and promoting peace and security in the South China Sea. In the Joint Statement issued after the ASEAN Chiefs of Defense Forces Informal Meeting (ACDFIM) held Thursday in Singapore, all top military heads also recognized the need for cautious actions in the disputed region.
Wakefield, F. T. (2018, March 12). ASEAN militaries commit to South China Sea peace. Manila Bulletin, p. 6.
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Military operations; Organizations; Security; Disputes; Stability; Navigation; Resolution; International law; Territorial waters; Disasters; Rights; Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP); Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN); People’s Republic of China (PRC); ASEAN Military Ready Group (AMRG); Guerrero, Rey Leonardo
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