Beijing tells Asean to be realistic in hopes for South China Sea code of conduct

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All parties with territorial disputes over the South China Sea should have “realistic expectations” and take “a gradual approach” to a proposed code of conduct aimed at defusing maritime tensions in the region, China’s foreign minister said in Hanoi yesterday.

Wang Yi , who wraps up a six-day visit to four South East Asian countries today, said Beijing was open to dialogue on a Code of Conduct for the South China Sea (CoC), but warned that patience would be needed.

 

Read more: http://www.scmp.com/news/china/article/1294453/foreign-minister-wang-yi-says-china-no-hurry-sign-south-china-sea-accord

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