Enforcement of UNCLOS tribunal award by world naval powers
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The world naval powers will enforce the Award by sailing and flying and conducting military activities, in the high seas and EEZs of the South China Sea: The US has declared that its military forces will continue to operate in the South China Sea in accordance with international law. The US Chief of Naval Operations John Richardson stated, “The US Navy will continue to conduct routine and lawful operations around the world, including in the South China Sea, in order to protect the rights, freedom and lawful uses of sea and airspace guaranteed to all. This will not change.”
Soliven, P. S. (2018, December 13). Enforcement of UNCLOS tribunal award by world naval powers. The Philippine Star, p. 12.
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United Nations Convention on Law of the Sea; Law of the sea; International law; Military operations; Disputes; Territorial waters; Artificial islands; Maps; Exclusive economic zone; Exclusive rights; United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS); United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO); Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA); US Navy; European Union (EU); Velarde, Mel; Velarde, Pedro M.; Suarez, Francisco; Bagay, Nicolas d. C.; Le Drian, Jean-Yves; Darroch, Kim; Carpio, Antonio; Richardson, John; China; Spratly Islands; Philippines; Subi Reef; Mischief Reef; Scarborough Shoal; South China Sea
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