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The South China Sea shadow over Beijing’s ties with Singapore

The South China Sea shadow over Beijing’s ties with Singapore

The South China Sea shadow over Beijing’s ties with Singapore

( The South China Sea shadow over Beijing’s ties with Singapore )

– Uncertainty hangs over ties ­between China and Singapore in the aftermath of a landmark international tribunal ruling on ­disputes in the South China Sea.Even though Singapore was not a claimant in the disputed waters, recent gestures by the city state in relation to the ruling appeared to have dismayed Beijing, observers said.China and Singapore have had close ties, especially economic ones, over the past few decades, with Singapore becoming a training ground for Chinese officials and often cited by Chinese leaders as an example of how a city should be managed.
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Chinese Diplomat Tells Singapore To Stay Out Of South China Sea Disputes

Chinese Diplomat Tells Singapore To Stay Out Of South China Sea Disputes

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– A senior Chinese diplomat urged Singapore to stay out of South China Sea disputes at a meeting between China and the Asean bloc of countries.The remark was made as China and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations made progress on Tuesday towards adopting a binding code of conduct in the South China Sea.Vice-Foreign Minister Liu Zhenmin said after the meeting in Manzhouli in Inner Mongolia that China and Asean had agreed to release a joint statement on a Code for Unplanned Encounters at Sea (CUES).
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China Tells Singapore to Stay Away From South China Sea Dispute

China Tells Singapore to Stay Away From South China Sea Dispute

( China Tells Singapore to Stay Away From South China Sea Dispute )

– WorldChina Tells Singapore to Stay Away From South China Sea DisputeA senior Chinese diplomat called on Singapore not to intervene in the South China Sea dispute at a recently concluded Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) meeting, the South China Sea Morning Post reported.The stern message was conveyed by Vice-Foreign Minister Liu Zhenmin at an ASEAN meeting in Manzhouli in Inner Mongolia, where ASEAN countries agreed to issue a joint statement on the Code for Unplanned Encounters at Sea (CUES).Like Us on FacebookAdvertisement”As Singapore is not a claimant in the South China Sea, we hope that the Singapore government, on the condition of not interfering in South China Sea issues, will actively promote cooperation between China and ASEAN,” Liu said.
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