South China Sea not a place for super powers’ tussle

South China Sea not a place for super powers’ tussle

The Malaysian Reserve-News·2019-11-21 13:44

THE South China Sea should be turned into an area to strengthen cooperation, boost connectivity and firm up ties among regional communities, said Defence Minister Mohamad Sabu (picture).

He said the South China Sea should not be a place of conflict and squabbles between the super powers of the world, but should continue to be safe, open and free to be travelled commercially by any quarter.

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