ASEAN Concerned About S. China Sea Dispute

ASEAN Concerned About S. China Sea Dispute Land reclamation in the South China Sea has "increased tensions" in the region, according to Southeast Asian foreign ministers, who wrangled for days about how to word their annual communique. The comments came Thursday after members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations concluded their summit in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The group, known as ASEAN, expressed "serious concerns" about China's construction work, noting some ministers are worried the activities may "undermine peace, security and stability in the South China Sea." The document, issued two days after the ministers' formal session in the Malaysian capital, also declared that China and ASEAN countries will proceed to the "next stage" of consultations on a binding code of conduct ...
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