Indonesia urges security patrols by ASEAN Countries in parts of South China Sea
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Indonesia urged Southeast Asian countries to each patrol a part of the disputed South China Sea to improve security, Defense Minister Ryamizard Ryacudu said on Friday. "For the South China Sea, I went around to friends-Asean defense ministers- so that each country that faces the South China Sea patrols up to 200 nautical miles, around 230 kilometers," he said.
Turnbull, M. (2018, March 17). Indonesia urges security patrols by ASEAN Countries in parts of South China Sea. Philippine Daily Inquirer, p. A8.
- Philippine Daily Inquirer