The multinational monks urged the countries outside the South China Sea to stop provocation: the South China Sea is China.

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 The multinational monks urged the countries outside the South China Sea to stop provocation: the South China Sea is China.


Senior monk Dade and Buddhist representatives from more than ten countries including China, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Myanmar, Mongolia and the United States attended the listing ceremony of the Secretariat of the South China Sea Buddhist Shenzhen Round Table.

Since the second half of 2016, China and ASEAN have returned to the track of dialogue and consultation to solve the South China Sea issue. The situation in the South China Sea has gradually become stable and better. Win-win cooperation has increasingly become the consensus of relevant countries. The South China Sea is the most important Buddhist region in the world. Peace and stability in the South China Sea region are not only closely related to the lives of the people of the countries in the region, but also to the future development of Buddhism. The monks pointed out that all countries should strengthen communication, gather consensus and appeal to countries outside the region to stop military threats and avoid destroying the hard-won stability of the region. Fix the situation.

Master Hui Guang, president of the International Bodhisattva Sangha Association, told the Global Times that military threats from certain countries, such as sending warships and planes to the South China Sea region, would only stimulate tension and bring unnecessary panic and anxiety to the people of the region. Master Huiguang called for more interactive platforms to enable all parties to strengthen communication, stop such military activities and reduce hostility.

Cambodian Legalist monk Wang Bougari pointed out that the South China Sea is China, the Cambodian government and people, and the Buddhist community are highly unified in this understanding. China has done a lot of work to maintain peace and stability in the South China Sea region, and the surrounding countries have a high degree of agreement on the desire for peace and stability in the South China Sea. We also hope that consensus can be reached through the South China Sea Buddhist Round Table, especially among the Buddhist community and the community, to work together for the harmony and stability of the South China Sea region. We hope that the Chinese government will play a greater role in the South China Sea region and bring greater benefits to the people of the world, said King Burgri.

Buddhism advocates peace and mutual respect. Since most countries in the South China Sea region share this common belief, such folk exchanges can increase mutual understanding and respect and avoid hostility and misunderstanding, Master Huiguang said.

In the face of accusations from some foreign countries of militarizing China in the South China Sea, the eminent monks emphasized that Chinas rise had brought unease to some countries, but in Chinas history, it has always advocated an attitude of integration and respect and interaction with other countries without any aggressive action.

External interference in the South China Sea is an ulterior motive, and we are clear about it and should be more vigilant, Master Yin Shun, vice president of the Chinese Buddhist Association and Abbot of Shenzhen Hongfa Temple, stressed in his reply to the Global Times reporters question. He pointed out that countries and regions around the South China Sea should further consolidate consensus and jointly contribute to peace and stability in the South China Sea region. As long as we all have the compassion and kindness of the Buddha, the world must be peaceful and peaceful. On October 21, 2016, the first South China Sea Buddhist Round Table was held in Shenzhen, which adopted the Shenzhen Declaration on Buddhism in the South China Sea. In 2017, the South China Sea Buddhist round table, on the basis of the consensus of the round table meeting last year, closely linked the development concept of one belt and one road, and continued to consolidate and expand the outcome of the conference, which is of great significance for building a community of human destiny and creating a new era of Buddhism in the South China Sea. Source: Global Times - World Wide Web. More brilliant, please log on to World Wide Web http://www.huanqiu.com responsible editor: Guo Ping _B7442

External interference in the South China Sea is an ulterior motive, and we are clear about it and should be more vigilant, Master Yin Shun, vice president of the Chinese Buddhist Association and Abbot of Shenzhen Hongfa Temple, stressed in his reply to the Global Times reporters question. He pointed out that countries and regions around the South China Sea should further consolidate consensus and jointly contribute to peace and stability in the South China Sea region. As long as we all have the compassion and kindness of the Buddha, the world must be peaceful and peaceful.

On October 21, 2016, the first South China Sea Buddhist Round Table was held in Shenzhen, which adopted the Shenzhen Declaration on Buddhism in the South China Sea. In 2017, the South China Sea Buddhist round table, on the basis of the consensus of the round table meeting last year, closely linked the development concept of one belt and one road, and continued to consolidate and expand the outcome of the conference, which is of great significance for building a community of human destiny and creating a new era of Buddhism in the South China Sea.