Asean agrees on South China Sea


HUA HIN – Southeast Asian foreign ministers on Wednesday agreed to a code of conduct for the South China Sea, where territorial disputes have raised tensions with Beijing.

Asean foreign ministers pose for a group photograph during the Asean foreign ministers meeting in Hua Hin on Wednesday. (AFP photo)

Of the 10 nations in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, only Cambodian Foreign Minister Hor Namhong failed to attend the meeting in Hua Hin.

The Hua Hin meeting was an informal “brain-storming” session in preparation for two meetings in China that will focus on agreeing to a Code of Conduct (COC) to manage territorial disputes in the South China Sea… ┬áRead more:


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