China: the ownership of the Huangyan Island, the Philippines stand back on its word
<span class="img_descr Foreign Ministry spokesman Liu Weimin held a regular press conference
WASHINGTON (Reporter Business West) “Imagine if a country can be other countries and territories submitted to international arbitration, the world will become what ? “Liu Weimin, spokesman for the Department of State (microblogging), respond to the Philippines yesterday wishing to Huangyan Island sovereignty submitted to international arbitration regarding the case said.Foreign Ministry’s regular press conference yesterday, the reporter asked: According to reports, del Rosario, Philippine Foreign Secretary, said on the 26th, China in the aggressive behavior of the Huangyan Island, the violation of the Declaration on the Conduct of Parties in the South China Sea Philippines is willing to consider accepting the Association of Southeast Asian Nations good offices to resolve the dispute of the Huangyan Island, What is your comment?
The Philippines has made it clear that within the scope of the Huangyan Island is not in the Philippine territory, and then gone back on the Huangyan Island, China’s territorial sovereignty, in violation of the respect for sovereignty and territorial integrity of the basic norms governing international relations. “Liu Weimin said that the Philippine side should earnestly respect China’s territorial sovereignty, do not take matters to the expansion, complicate the action, so that Huangyan Island waters as soon as possible to restore peace and tranquility.
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China: the Philippines in 1997, has repeatedly said that Huangyan Island non its territory share: