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Thursday, 2 June 2016

South China Sea issue should be resolved via negotiations by parties concerned: Cambodian defense minister

Source: Xinhua | 2016-06-01 

Fishing boats berth at a whart in Sanya, south China's Hainan Province, May 16, 2016. China banned fishing from May 16 to Aug. 1 in the South China Sea, a measure taken for the 18th consecutive year. (Xinhua/Sha Xiaofeng)

PHNOM PENH, June 1 (Xinhua) -- Cambodian Defense Minister Gen. Tea Banh said on Wednesday that South China Sea dispute should be resolved peacefully through negotiations by parties concerned and outsiders should not meddle in the issue.

"Cambodia has a very definite stance: we urge all parties concerned in the dispute to sit down and negotiate with each other peacefully, and the outsiders should not meddle in this issue," he told reporters after a meeting with visiting Vietnamese Defense Minister Gen. Ngo Xuan Lich.

According to Gen. Tea Banh, during ASEAN Defense Ministers' meeting and ASEAN-China Defense Ministers' informal meeting in Laos last week, all ministers agreed that all parties concerned in the dispute should effectively implement the Declaration on the Conduct of Parties in the South China Sea towards the rapid compilation of the Code of Conduct.

Lich arrived in Cambodia on Tuesday for a three-day visit. On Tuesday afternoon, he met separately with Cambodian Prime Minister Samdech Techo Hun Sen and National Assembly President Samdech Heng Samrin.


U.S. invisible hand behind South China Sea tension: South African commentator

JOHANNESBURG, May 20 (Xinhua) -- The United States, in a very real sense, has been the invisible hand behind the rising tension in the South China Sea, a well-known South African commentator said in a commentary published in The Star newspaper on Friday.

It becomes tiresome to continue unravelling stories of the United States meddling in regions far away from its shores, trying to weaken other countries in order to maintain its global dominance, said Shannon Ebrahim.

"Why does the U.S. feel it has the right to endanger Chinese national security interests in the South China Sea?" she asked in the article titled "Islands that could lead to war.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Ah Tea Banh, shut up!
You cannot even your own backyard, but you want to defend the world.