Many countries, experts say the outbreak of the South China Sea does not rule out possible small-scale conflict
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Global Network reporter Li Zongze Reuters reported that according to British news July 5, the day held in Manila, Philippines, an international conference, a number of security and Foreign experts have called the South China Sea South China Sea, the countries in the disputed area on how to carry out their activities, must take a more binding agreement to prevent conflicts.
reported, although these experts said that the current situation in the South China Sea will not become a military confrontation, but it does not rule out the possibility of small-scale conflict, because the countries added to the declaration of the South China region sovereign activities. Diplomatic Academy of the South China Sea in Vietnam expert Chen Changgui (Tran Truong Thuy), said: “The situation has been many ups and downs the South China Sea, we need a more binding code of conduct to regulate the actions the South China Sea region. Conduct to cover all use of the South China Sea parties, not only including the relevant countries, including the use of the South China Sea countries and countries and regions. “
He also pointed out that the recent situation in the South China Sea has exposed the limitations of the current Code of Conduct. So the need to develop a more severe, and in Japan, the United States and India benefits the agreement to protect the freedom of navigation in the South China Sea and legitimate economic activities.
Australia New South Wales University Carlisle ? Thayer believes that the South China Sea situation is imminent, if not properly resolved, it will likely be small-scale outbreak of the conflict. He also said that China and some ASEAN countries have reached a basis of law and regulations, liability and enforcement mechanisms with the agreement, non-South China Sea countries are also included in the agreement.(edit: SN049)
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