ASEAN calls on China to agree to a code of conduct
A summary of the ASEAN summit proceedings was given by host the Sultan of Brunei in this unedited video. He fielded questions at timer 3:55 of the video, the opening salvo of which was a query on the territorial dispute between the Philippines and China and a Code of Conduct to govern maritime conflicts in the South China Sea/ West Philippine Sea, fired off by Associated Press reporter Eileen Ng. The Sultan read out his answers from a prepared document. Video produced, uploaded, and made available by Brunei Times:
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Posted on April 26, 2013, in Film paintings photos, international law, News, The President and tagged ASEAN, ASEAN summit, Association of Southeast Asian Nations, Brunei, Brunei Times, China, Code of conduct, foreign policy, Panatag Shoal, Philippine, Scarborough Shoal, South China, South China Sea, Territorial dispute, the Spratlys, West Philippine Sea. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.