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South China Issue Is Not The Unified Problem Of ASEAN- Secretary General

South China Issue Is Not The Unified Problem Of ASEAN- Secretary General

South China Issue  Is  Not  The  Unified  Problem  Of  ASEAN- Secretary  General
November 14
07:09 2017

Gooogle News Team |

We don’t require; we don’t even ask; we don’t request other Asean countries to have a position with regards to the sovereignty claims of the claimants’

‘To resolve the sovereignty claims over the South China Sea Association Of South East Asian Nations(ASEAN) is not the right venue.We have to be able to separate, to expect these sovereignty claims. I mean we have only four Asean countries who are claimants Vietnam, Philippines, Brunei and Malaysia. ASEAN was the venue to regulate the conduct of all parties in the territorial dispute.The South China Sea issue was one aspect of ASEAN with China and it was not needed for other ASEAN countries to have a position on this. We don’t require; we don’t even ask; we don’t request other Asean countries to have a position with regards to the sovereignty claims of the claimants’, Le Luong Minh, the Secretary General stated( As per Manila Times).

The General Secretary’s remarks which were reported on this monday had left the development to speculations. The chairman’s statement is yet to be finalized and the actual conclusion of the summit is yet pending.

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