Asean defense ministers seek lawful resolution of sea row
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A united regional voice is building up against China's muscle flexing to support its aggressive occupation of islets and other strategic areas in the disputed Spratlys archipelago. Defense Secretary Voltaire Gazmin made the observation Friday afternoon following his arrival from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia where he attended the Association of Southeast Asia Defense Ministers Meeting-Plus (ADDM+). "We all (ADDM+) expressed our views on the security in the region and agreed that all conflicts and misunderstanding among states should be resolved peacefully through the use of the international law," Gazmin said on the sidelines of the Department of National Defense (DND) 76th fouding anniversary celebration.
Laude, J. (2015, November 8). Asean defense ministers seek lawful resolution of sea row. The Philippine Star, p. 12.
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