Vietnam and Singapore issued a statement on the South China Sea issue. What did they say?

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 Vietnam and Singapore issued a statement on the South China Sea issue. What did they say?


Ruan Chunfu (left) and Li Xianlong (right) hold talks (source: Yue Tong) China South China Sea news network April 26, according to the evening of 25, according to the Vietnamese Prime Minister Li Xianlong, the premier of the Vietnamese government, Ruan Chunfu, made a formal visit to Singapore since from April 25th to 27th. On this opportunity, the two sides issued a joint statement. In the joint statement, the two sides stressed the importance of safeguarding the peace, stability, navigation and freedom of the South China Sea, the use of force or the threat of force, respect for legal and diplomatic procedures, and the peaceful settlement of maritime disputes, on the basis of international law, including the United Nations Convention on the law of the sea of 1982, and other international laws. The two sides once again stressed the importance of joint support for the full and effective implementation of the Declaration on the conduct of the parties in the South China Sea and the early conclusion of a binding code of conduct for the South China Sea. Chinas South China Sea news network has observed that this is the second time that Vietnam has issued a joint statement on the South China Sea with other countries in 1 weeks. According to the Vietnamese peoples newspaper net reported on April 21st, at the invitation of the Vietnamese government prime minister Ruan Chunfu, Burma state affairs minister and foreign minister Aung San Suu Kyi made a formal visit to Vietnam from 19 to 20. During the visit, the two sides issued a joint statement. The report said that the two sides reaffirmed the importance of maintaining regional peace, stability, navigation and aviation freedom, emphasizing the importance of a peaceful settlement of disputes, without the use of force or the threat of force, based on international law, including the United Nations Convention on the law of the sea in 1982. The two sides have pledged to support the comprehensive and effective implementation of the Declaration on the conduct of parties in the South China Sea, and to reach an effective code of conduct for the South China Sea at an early date. Source: overseas web editor: Yang Qiang _NN6027 Chinas South China Sea news network has observed that this is the second time that Vietnam has issued a joint statement on the South China Sea with other countries in 1 weeks. According to the Vietnamese peoples newspaper net reported on April 21st, at the invitation of the Vietnamese government prime minister Ruan Chunfu, Burma state affairs minister and foreign minister Aung San Suu Kyi made a formal visit to Vietnam from 19 to 20. During the visit, the two sides issued a joint statement. The report said that the two sides reaffirmed the importance of maintaining regional peace, stability, navigation and aviation freedom, emphasizing the importance of a peaceful settlement of disputes, without the use of force or the threat of force, based on international law, including the United Nations Convention on the law of the sea in 1982. The two sides have pledged to support the comprehensive and effective implementation of the Declaration on the conduct of parties in the South China Sea, and to reach an effective code of conduct for the South China Sea at an early date.