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Statement by United Kingdom, France and Germany on the situation in the South China Sea
Statement by United Kingdom, France and Germany on the situation in the South China Sea.
We are concerned about the situation in the South China Sea which could lead to insecurity and instability in the region.
We call on all coastal States of the South China Sea to take steps and measures that reduce tensions and contribute to maintaining and promoting peace, security, stability and safety in the region, including as regards the rights of coastal States in their waters and the freedom and rights of navigation in and overflight above the South China Sea.
As State parties of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), France, Germany, and the United Kingdom underline their interest in the universal application of the Convention which sets out the comprehensive legal framework within which all activities in the oceans and seas including in the South China Sea must be carried out and which provides the basis for national, regional and global co-operation in the maritime domain. They recall in this regard the Arbitration Award rendered under UNCLOS on 12 July 2016.
Furthermore, France, Germany, and the United Kingdom welcome the on-going negotiations between the ASEAN member States and China in view of achieving a rules-based, co-operative and effective Code of Conduct consistent with UNCLOS in the South China Sea and encourage progress towards its early conclusion.
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Address: Javastraat 1, 2585 AA The Hague, The Netherlands
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Website: http://www.vietnamembassy.nl or https://vnembassy-thehague.mofa.gov.vn